The Tarleton State University Jazz Ensembles take the stage for the final time this semester at 7:30 p.m., Monday, April 29, in the auditorium of the Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center in Stephenville.
A team of Tarleton State University students placed first at the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Concrete Frisbee competition hosted last weekend by the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley at South Padre.
Tarleton State University students, faculty and community partners have a new opportunity to bolster Erath County’s underserved population. The project, known as Texans Reducing Food Insecurities and Depression, will identify and offer resources to residents age 55 and over who face food insecurity and depression.
Nearly two dozen youngsters spent Friday afternoon giggling and catching largemouth bass with the help of Tarleton Bass Club members during their annual Fishing for Foster’s outing.
A new center offering psychological consultations and behavioral health resources for children and their families is taking shape at Tarleton State University, after the federal government designated Stephenville as having a provider shortage for mental health services.
Erath County based MAKR, LLC took top prize in Tarleton State University’s Entrepreneurs of Erath (EoErath) third business plan contest during an awards luncheon last week on the Stephenville campus.
Rodeo teams from Tarleton State University maintained their respective leads in the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association Southwest Region with impressive weekend outings at the Howard College Rodeo in Big Spring.
A team of Tarleton State University students who spent their spring break helping Hurricane Harvey survivors rebuild their homes will showcase their work at an exhibition Monday, April 22.
Amy Fritz, mechanical engineer and robotics specialist for NASA, will discuss “Robonaut 2: Technology for Earth and Space” as part of Tarleton State University’s Speaker Symposium series.
Tarleton State University’s W.K. Gordon Center hosts it first conference on the state’s industrial history Friday and Saturday, April 26-27, with events in Thurber and on the Stephenville campus.