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22 Mar 2017

National champs welcomed home with surprise reception

With chants of “Let’s go Rams!,” around 60 Wesleyan fans cheered on the men’s basketball team Wednesday afternoon as they stepped off the bus from Kansas City. The celebration came less than 24 hours after the Rams won the NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball National Championship on Tuesday night, beating

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22 Mar 2017

Rams win national title

Texas Wesleyan University men’s basketball team won the NAIA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Championship on Tuesday night by defeating Life University 86-76. The Rams dominated from the beginning and led the entire game, with MVP Dion Rogers scoring a game-high 28 points. The game in Kansas City was seen by

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21 Mar 2017

Rams to play Runnin’ Eagles for NAIA championship

Texas Wesleyan University’s men’s basketball team will play the Life University Runnin’ Eagles for the NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The Rams (28-7) advanced to the championship by defeating William Penn University’s Statesmen 83-82 Monday night in overtime. Life University (26-10) beat Louisiana State University

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20 Mar 2017

Rams advance to final four in NAIA tournament

Texas Wesleyan University’s men’s basketball team plays William Penn University on Monday night as part of the final four of the NAIA Division 1 tournament. The Rams reached the final four with an 82-73 win over Dalton State College on Saturday night after a 74-68 win over University of the

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10 Mar 2017

New Orleans trip to aid Katrina victims

Senior general business major Kelsey Fulton was sitting in Student Life contemplating her spring break plan. She wanted to use spring break to make a difference instead of partying. “I hadn’t quite decided what I was going to do yet but I felt like I could maybe do something positive

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09 Mar 2017

Be aware of dangers on spring break

Texas Wesleyan students and staff have already began taking precautions for any dangers spring break might bring. Chris Beckrich, Wesleyan’s director of campus safety and security, said that drinking is by far the most common safety issue affecting college students on spring break. “We actually have very few drunk incidents

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08 Mar 2017

Cowboys sideline reporter speaks about women in sports media

Dallas Cowboys sideline reporter Kristi Scales planned on being a teacher after graduating from Texas A&M. The only reason she got involved in radio was because she needed a part-time job for the summer. “I was hired by them (KVIL) with no experience,” Scales said Tuesday during a talk she

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