Representatives from Tarleton State University departments and emergency agencies across Stephenville and Erath County gathered on campus last week for a “tabletop drill” to train for readiness.
For the first time in program history, Tarleton State University football is a national Top-5 program.
Do you have a child interested in acting or theater? Tarleton State University’s Department of Fine Arts will offer classes on the Stephenville campus beginning in January for students in kindergarten through 8th grade.
Tarleton State University will close all facilities for winter break beginning at noon Friday, Dec. 21. Campuses and other operations will reopen Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019.
Cassidy Bagwell is not shy about her career aspirations. She wants to work in corporate accounting, earn her professional certifications and, later, teach at the university level.
The family of fallen Tarleton State University police officer W.A. Hail presented a painting of their patriarch wearing his badge No. 3551 in a 1 p.m. ceremony today at the Thompson Student Center in Stephenville.
Chances are, if you have called the Fort Worth campus of Tarleton State University, you’ve spoken with Sandra Lapini-Lozzi.
Roberto Ortiz has never set foot on the Stephenville campus of Tarleton State University. He’ll be there at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14, though, standing on stage addressing his fellow graduates at commencement exercises.
A ceremony memorializing the 40th anniversary of the passing of Tarleton State University police officer W.A. Hail have been moved to the ballrooms of the Barry B. Thompson Student Center in Stephenville.
Tyler Nsekpong’s life was basketball. The sport consumed him as a high school student, and his single-mindedness made getting into college harder than it should have been.