Posts Tagged ‘university’

Modeo for Men’s Health

Big Ticket
If you’ve noticed a more than ordinary amount of moustaches around town, it isn’t just your imagination. Movember, a foundation dedicated to raising awareness and funds for men’s health, challenges men around the world to...

Night & Day

WED ? 13 A couple of weeks ago, the Arts Council of Fort Worth & Tarrant County solicited guerilla-marketing campaigns to advertise www.worthgoing.com, the council’s new events calendar. A watching party of videos of resu...

Is He Blue?

Blues in the Night marks the departure of Jubilee Theatre artistic director Ed Smith.
Back in 1992, Jubilee Theatre artistic director Ed Smith saw a Los Angeles production of Sheldon Epps’s jazz and blues revue Blues in the Night. Although it starred his friend, the soul singer Freda Payne, he wasn’t much im...

GOP Behind the Scenes of Corpus Christi?

Rachel Dudley/Texan News Service
Journalism students at Tarleton State University have uncovered interesting developments in the question of how and why that college’s controversial production of Corpus Christi by Terrence McNally,  got canceled.&nb...

You Want Fair?

Texas Christian University’s football program has achieved remarkable success in recent years. The Horned Frogs finished this year ranked fourth in the country – quite an accomplishment for a relatively small privat...

A School for Peace

Military schools have studied the science of war for hundreds if not thousands of years. Serious scholarship on how to stop wars or avoid them is a lot harder to come by – but a group of women peace activists and North Te...

Geeks Get Respect

“At Southern Methodist University, you can now major in video games. Finally, a degree more useless than political science.” – Jay Leno

A Fine Education

Tarleton State University officials learned recently that underreporting campus crime could be expensive. The ultimate source of that lesson? Their own journalism students, who started investigating the Stephenville university&...

Night and Day

WED ? 28 UNT’s Fem Flicks series continues with Miss Navajo, a documentary about a beauty pageant for the Native American tribe. The director, Billy Luther, is himself the grandson of a former Miss Navajo. The pageant has...

Night and Day

WED ? 14 Spoken-word poet Mike Guinn, a member of the nationally ranked Fort Worth Slams team, conducts a poetry workshop at Cooper Coffee every Wed. Admission to the event at 1209 S Cooper St in Arlington is free. Call 817-795...