Emilija Segetlija, a freshmen finance major, has come to America from Serbia and brought more than her bright smile and optimistic attitude. “My friends told me that the fashion was different here,” said Segetlija, who started playing for the women’s tennis team this semester. “I didn’t realize how different it
Marcus Waerstad, a freshman business major, came to Texas Wesleyan on a table tennis scholarship with big dreams and aspirations for his time here. “I always have liked America and wanted to come here,” Waerstad said. “I want to stay here for at least 4 years, maybe longer.” Waerstad said
Head coach Brennen Shingleton and his players agree: the men’s basketball team is preparing to have a great season. “Our guys that are returning are great leaders on and off the court, they are doing a fantastic job of getting us in position to be successful,” Shingleton said. “I couldn’t
Last season, the Lady Rams were hobbled by injuries to several players, and they paid the price. The team finished 8-21 and finished at the bottom of the Sooner Athletic Conference. This season, the team hopes to stay injury free, improve their record and go into postseason play. “The team
Gone is a day for us to give thanks. In 1863, during the midst of the U.S. Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln declared Thanksgiving an official U.S. holiday, according to history.com. It was decided that Thanksgiving would be a day to celebrate the harvest and the hard work many people
As the Rambler celebrates its 100-year anniversary, the following audio slideshow takes a look at what the publication means to the faculty, staff and students of Texas Wesleyan University.