Wednesday, February 5, 2014

TWU Libraries Go Red For Women

We’re All In This Together  Texas Woman’s University students, staff
members and other library patrons—holding Go Red For Women flyers--band
together in a show of support for Go Red For Women, the annual national
initiative aimed at raising awareness in the fight against heart disease in women.
Every year, more American women die from heart disease than from every form
of cancer combined.  Blagg-Huey Library, Texas Woman’s University, Denton,
Texas.  February 5, 2014.  Photograph by Sean Spear.

Setting Up the Shot  TWU students, staff members and other library 
patrons get in place for a Go Red For Women group portrait.  Blagg-Huey 

Library, Texas Women's University, Denton, Texas.  February 5, 2014.  

Photograph by Kristin Wolski.  Follow the TWU Libraries on 
Going Red in Houston  TWU Houston ARC staff members (L-R) Yandee
Vazquez, Marilyn Goff, Celia Reeves and Jeanette Hernandez in the Go Red 
For Women spirit.  Houston ARC, Texas Woman's University, Houston, 
Texas.  February 5, 2014.  Photograph by Ruth Gonzales.

How's This?  Blagg-Huey Library Student Assistant Roxsand Beckles, TWU 
post-baccalaureate student in Biology, helps photographer Sean Spear set 
up a shot.  Blagg-Huey Library, Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas.  
February 5, 2014.  Photograph by Sean Spear.  
~Sandy Cochran

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