In this episode of Rambler TV Newscast, the team interviews Men’s basketball players, they discuss how to be safe on the internet and the recruitment of new resident assistants for the resident halls.
Texas Wesleyan students had a “smashing” time at a car bashing event on the campus mall on Tuesday. The event, which was hosted by Texas Wesleyan’s oldest fraternity, Lambda Kappa Kappa, encouraged students to release their midterm-related stress by taking a baseball bat to a car during free period. According
Tennis season is in full swing as the revitalized men’s team competes this spring. Head coach Angel Martinez resurrected the women’s tennis program last season after Texas Wesleyan had not had either a men or women’s team since 2002. Now Martinez is continuing the campaign with the resurrection of the
Wesleyan Debuts New Aquatics Center While students, staff, and faculty were away for the holiday break, the Texas Wesleyan facilities crew finished the last of the new renovations for the Sid W. Richardson Center. The aquatics center, located in the Sid Richardson gym, is home to the Kinesiology Department. Students
The men’s basketball team didn’t keep their national title but still enjoyed their winning season, guard Demarcus Emanuel said. “I think the season was a little successful because we won conference and had a winning season,” Emanuel said, “but not successful because we didn’t win nationals.” The team (22-11, 14-6
Texas Wesleyan’s administration is discussing different routes for paying members of the Student Government Association. At the March 9 SGA meeting, Eugene Frier, executive director of eSports and recreation division of student affairs, told SGA members that their payment may move from stipends to scholarships next fall. “The plan (for
Students were invited to create molds of their hands using wax in the Brown-Lupton Campus Center lobby on Thursday. During the event, which was held between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., many students stopped by to mold hands signs, although there were no gang signs or profanity allowed; students seemed