Around 180 seniors gathered with friends and family at Nicholas Martin Hall for the spring 2018 robing ceremony. Robing began at 11 a.m. and was followed by an after party at Lou’s Place.
On a memorable day for more than 270 Texas Wesleyan graduates, Aslam Khan, the chief executive officer of TGI Friday’s and chairman of Falcon Holdings, told them to ask themselves one important question. “‘What is the purpose?’” Khan asked during his speech as the keynote speaker at Wesleyan’s Saturday graduation ceremony at MacGormen Chapel on the Southwestern Theological Baptist
Texas Wesleyan students are working hard to cram in every last assignment before dead day, finals and graduation. “This semester has definitely been the most stressful with graduation coming up in a few short weeks,” senior mass communications major Jose Najar said, “but I know that I will make it, I just have to
On graduation day, Texas Wesleyan will be losing one of its most capable and loud students. Political science major Tristeza Ordex-Ramirez who, since coming to Wesleyan in 2016, has rebuilt the Student Veterans Organization, received a job from U.S. Rep. Marc Veasey, D-Fort Worth, became a member of Mortar Board
Residence Life hosted a get-together on Sunday evening at the Stella fire pit to give students a chance to come out and wind down before starting the final week of classes. Resident advisor Sarah Benitez said that it was good to see so many students come and hang out. She
Texas Wesleyan’s Programming and Activities Committee, also known as PAC, plans on hosting “Late Night Breakfast” on Tuesday from 10 p.m. to midnight in the Sid Richardson gymnasium. PAC Director Alanna James said that the group decided to host the breakfast because they wanted a fun event during finals week
Being away from friends and family for the first time in your young adult life can be challenging, and some freshman experience anxiety depression and at time suicidal thoughts. According to a study done by the Behavior Intervention Team at Chardon State College in Nebraska, 75 percent of college freshman