Get into the swing of the holidays with an evening of music and singing when Tarleton State University’s Department of Fine Arts presents its fifth annual Holiday Collage Concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 5, in the Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center Auditorium.
The banner year for Tarleton State University student-athlete Cody Burtscher continued today as the recently named Lone Star Conference Linebacker of the Year earned All-America acclaim for his work in the classroom.
KTRL 90.5 FM, Tarleton State University’s public, nonprofit radio station begins its annual end-of-year membership drive Tuesday, Dec. 6. Pledges for support can be made via phone or online.
Kick off your holiday festivities Saturday, Dec. 10, as Tarleton State University’s W.K. Gordon Center for Industrial History of Texas hosts Roy Thackerson—The Fingerless Fiddler—and his band.
Nominations for the Tarleton State University Rodeo Hall of Fame are now being accepted for 2017 induction, organizers announced.
Selections from Handel’s Messiah, the well-known oratorio foretelling Christ’s birth and featuring the magnificent “Hallelujah Chorus,” will be performed at Tarleton State University on Saturday, Dec. 3.
Tarleton State University will close for the Thanksgiving holiday beginning at noon on Wednesday, Nov. 23, and reopen for normal business on Monday, Nov. 28. Several departments and facilities, however, will have modified hours to serve students during the holiday weekend.
ESPN has announced its schedule for the 2016-17 NCAA Division II Basketball Showcase, which consists of Tarleton State University’s Feb. 11 Lone Star Conference doubleheader against Angelo State in Wisdom Gym at 2 and 4 p.m.
With the holiday season approaching, Tarleton State University’s Staff Council plans its 23rd Annual Holiday Arts & Crafts Showcase to support local businesses and artisans on Friday, Dec. 2.
Dr. Jesus Velasco, the Joe and Teresa Long Endowed Chair in Social Sciences at Tarleton State University, last week unveiled the Spanish version of his book, Neoconservatives in the U.S. Foreign Policy under Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush: Voices Behind the Throne, to ministers of foreign affairs, ambassadors, diplomats, journalists and students in Chile and Argentina.