Polytechnic United Methodist Church is now providing free home-cooked meals to Texas Wesleyan students, faculty, staff and families on Sundays. The meals are served every Sunday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in Bragan Hall and include such dishes as spaghetti and meatballs, chicken teriyaki and hearty casseroles, according to
Donald Trump trumps Hillary Clinton in the minds of Texas Wesleyan University students. In June, uCribs, a national website that focuses on helping college students find housing, targeted 18-22-year-olds with advertising that mentions Trump; by clicking, students showed interest in the politician. Wesleyan students were more interested in Trump than
Texas Wesleyan’s tennis team has high hopes for this season with new additions to an already strong squad. After finishing last season as a runner-up in the NAIA Unaffiliated Group Regional Tournament, the Lady Rams are set to continue moving forward. “Practices have been real strong,” sophomore exercise science major
Junior finance major Tres Underwood and freshman business communications major Muhammed Amir share a storage room that has been newly repurposed as their dorm room. The men share a closet with no bar, a room with no Wi-Fi and a TV with only 10 channels. Underwood was just glad to
Many professors from Texas Wesleyan’s Music Department filled the stage in Nicholas Martin Hall at the annual faculty showcase Tuesday. The showcase, which featured music through the ages, moved from its usual time of Monday at 3 p.m. to Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. to make it a more formal experience,
While many Texas Wesleyan students and professors spent their summer at the pool, many chemistry and biochemistry students were in the lab researching how to combat tuberculosis. The study was funded by the Robert A. Welch Foundation, the largest private funding organization centered around basic chemical research, according to welch1.org.
Kimberly McLean calls the Poly neighborhood a “food desert,” a place where people have to travel more than half a mile to find fresh fruits and vegetables. On Saturday, members of the non-profit PolyWes Gardens organization, started by McLean, a Texas Wesleyan grad, sought to bring more of both to