FOR THE last eight years, artist Kelli Connell ’03 has retraced the life of Charis Wilson, best known as a model and the former wife of famed


With a political and economic crisis brewing in their home country, Venezuela, it was fortuitous that an appealing job brought Gladys Acosta ’18, ’23,


WHEN ASHLEY DELANEY visited TWU to check out its music education programs, she fell in love with the graduate curriculum — and eventually a student


BROADWAY DANCER, choreographer, entrepreneur and new TWU Ph.D. dance grad Iquail Shaheed ’22 has studied at some of the most illustrious dance