Tarleton State University rough stock specialists had a good opening weekend at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo.
The Texas Center for Community Journalism is in good hands at Tarleton State University. That’s what the Texas Newspaper Foundation decided last week during the annual Texas Press Association convention.
It was the college rodeo season’s final stop, and Jake Barnes was on the outside looking in.
The Tarleton State University saddle bronc rider needed a stellar outing at the hometown Tarleton Stampede to qualify for his third appearance at the College National Finals Rodeo.
Tarleton State University’s Rural Communication Institute has chosen 10 scholars and practitioners to join its inaugural group of rural scholars. The group represents colleges and universities from across the United States.
It’s just under 1,400 miles from Cross Junction, Va., to Stephenville, Texas, but that’s a trip Sarah Angelone was willing to make to be on the Tarleton State University rodeo team.
Walt Arnold has a plan.
The senior criminal justice major at Tarleton State University figures to finish his bachelor’s degree, then pick a law school.
First, however, there’s some rodeoing to do.
A public showing of rare tools of the cowboy trade opens Saturday at Tarleton State University’s W.K. Gordon Center for the Industrial History of Texas.
Maddy Deerman realized she was a pretty good roper around the sixth grade.
“It’s hard to do roping when you’re really young,” she said. “You need to be a little bigger. When I got to junior high, I was able to up my game a little, to take shots from farther away, to take stronger swings and reach out a little farther.”
STEPHENVILLE, Texas — To hear Tarleton State University bull rider Cullen Telfer tell it, his success in the rodeo arena is a simple matter:
Tarleton State University rodeo team member Rickie Engesser is the model multitasker.