Paul Dorman says going into the pharmaceutical business is all about giving back. “You have to want to love what you do because it’s about helping people,” Dorman, CEO and chairman of DFB Pharmaceuticals, told an audience at Martin Hall earlier this month. “It’s helping people with their quality of
Curated by the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, KAWS: WHERE THE END STARTS highlights the career of Brooklyn-based artist KAWS (real named Brian Donnelly) over the last 20 years. Drawn from various collections and museums around the world, the exhibition features paintings, sculptures, drawings, and toys that that have
Miles Straiton needed a part-time job with flexible hours, where he could work as needed and not have a set schedule. Straiton, a Fort Worth resident, turned to Lyft, an app-based taxi service, to meet that need. “I can work whenever I want and based on my availability,” Straiton said.
The water damage to several apartments in the new addition of West Village should be fixed by the end of this week, according to a school official. Brian Franks, executive director of facilities development and operations, said that the water leak developed from a tub converter on the second floor,
The 10 new emergency phones being placed around campus are a great improvement to Texas Wesleyan’s security measures. The administration is recognizing the concerns of students, especially at a time when safety should be the top concern on campus. While these phones should have been placed on campus years ago,