Tarleton's Top Viewed Stories of 2013
Tarleton published an abundance of news in 2013, with subjects ranging from the receipt of substantial donations to losing close members of the Tarleton family. Take a look at the most-viewed Tarleton news stories of 2013.
All Tarleton State University locations, including Stephenville, Southwest Metroplex Center in Fort Worth, Weatherford, Waco and Midlothian, will be closed Tuesday, Dec. 10.
Tarleton is set to begin a new student housing project adjacent to the Barry B. Thompson Student Center in an effort to accommodate the continued growth of the university’s on-campus student population.
Memorial services for two Tarleton students and a former student and his spouse who were killed in an auto accident Sunday will be held in the coming days.
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Tarleton student Anthony Joel Gonzales, 26, a U.S. Army veteran and sophomore kinesiology major from De Leon, Texas, died as a result of a motor vehicle accident at approximately 10:15 p.m. Wednesday on Hwy. 6 near Dublin.
With the arrival of the Fall 2013 semester comes the addition of several new parking lots and the start-up of a new on-campus shuttle service.
Tarleton’s rodeo teams at this year’s College National Finals Rodeo will be in the television spotlight Friday evening.
Family of the late Dr. Don Henneke, former professor of animal sciences and director of equine science at Tarleton, gifted the university with the horseman’s beloved stallion, which was donated to the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences’ equine program this week.
Tarleton State University’s marching band, The Sound & The Fury, will help usher in the annual State Fair of Texas as part of opening day festivities which kicks off with the downtown parade in Dallas.
Tarleton celebrated a gift of more than $2 million to be used for scholarships from the late Roscoe Maker at a Sept. 24 luncheon. Maker was a businessman and rancher from Iredell in Bosque County.
The board of directors of the Tarleton Alumni Association voted Nov. 16 to devote 100 percent of future membership dues to fund scholarships and to transfer operational duties to Tarleton State University.