Scenes from Tarleton's Founder's Week

Stephenville Empire-Tribune
A Tarleton Texan Corps of Cadets member holds candles on April 19 in memory of TSU alumni during the annual Silver Taps Ceremony, which is held each spring to honor those faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends who have died during the previous year.
Tarleton students hold candles on April 19 in memory of TSU alumni during the annual Silver Taps Ceremony.
A Tarleton Texan Corps of Cadets performs a 21-gun salute during the April 19 Silver Taps Ceremony, which is held each spring to honor those faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends who have died during the previous year. This year, TSU honored 392 members of the Tarleton family who died over the past year by laying their flames to rest.
On April 19, Tarleton honored 392 members of the Tarleton family who died over the past year by laying their flames to rest at the annual Silver Taps Ceremony.
The Read Southall Band was on hand to help Texans rock their annual Founder's Week celebration.
Members of the Purple Poo were on hand to help mark Tarleton's annual Founder's Week events.
Celebrating Founder's Week with Tarleton tradition at May Fete, an event dating back more than 100 years, Lord Tarleton Walker Kirk, right, and Lady Tarleton Destinee Oney were crowned as part of the week's events.