Mykel Jones– Multimedia Journalist The Stop the Bleed program is making a stop at Tarleton. The Stephenville Fire Department will teach students and staff how to help others in the need of an emergency...
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An LGBQ Lunch will be held Thursday, Sept. 19 at noon in Legacy Hall. This is a lunch hosted by the Diversity, Inclusion, and International Programs, and there will be a presentation by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion’s Program Specialist, Emily Vankirk, and a discussion to talk about sexuality and learn more about the LGBQ+ community.
The English Department is hosting their fourth annual English and Languages Week at Tarleton State University Sept.16-20. The department hopes the presentations and speakers inform others of the importance and versatility of a language degree.
Fans in the 100 and 200 level seating areas will no longer be able to bring bags into the stadium that are not clear. Fans can carry one large clear bag that is 14 inches by 6 inches by 14 inches or small clutch bags. Fans sitting in the Club Level and Suites will have their bags screened prior to entry.
The goal of the bill was to “keep cigarettes, electronic cigarettes and tobacco products out of public schools by creating more social distance between younger students and students old enough to purchase them,” Huffman said.
At the beginning of this story I told you I was not here to prove innocence or guilt, only a court can do that, but remember this: the face you know is not always greater than the voice you don’t.