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27 Nov 2015

End of the semester stress piles up on students

During the end of the semester, as the holidays begin to start, students become stressed and you can see it on their faces, Michael Anne Greer, director of the Academic Success Center, said.  Most of the time, students put the stress on themselves during the end of the semester by

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25 Nov 2015

International Games Day draws students to the library

International Games Day was on Saturday in the Eunice and James L. West Library, and included students from both Texas Wesleyan and the area playing a wide variety of games, from Monopoly to Guitar Hero. The annual event was sponsored by the library, Student Life, and International Activities and was

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23 Nov 2015

Mockingjay – Part 2 is an excellent finish to the Hunger Games series

Four Stars The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 is an exciting movie that ends the Hunger Games series. However, the movie (2 hours and 17 minutes, rated PG-13) could have been written a little better. The film picks up at the end of part one, but seems to skip

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20 Nov 2015

Athletes need to remember they’re not above the law

It is really baffling to me how many athletes think that they are above the law and the fact that the NCAA and the NFL really don’t do anything about it. On Oct. 31, Ohio State Buckeyes starting quarterback J.T. Barrett got arrested for DWI. Footage obtained from TMZ shows

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Students discuss various topics at a recent E3P event. (Left to right, Saleh Alsagoor, Sultan Ajas, Victoria Hoschar and Lucia Duran)
20 Nov 2015

E3P program helping with communication skills

The English Practice Partner Program, which pairs native English speakers with non-native speakers to improve conversational skills in English, already has more than 90 participants. But junior marketing and management major and E3P student liaison Victoria Hoschar doesn’t want to stop there. “My goal for the program is to let

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19 Nov 2015

Water leakage problems in West Village to be repaired this week

The water damage to several apartments in the new addition of West Village should be fixed by the end of this week, according to a school official. Brian Franks, executive director of facilities development and operations, said that the water leak developed from a tub converter on the second floor,

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18 Nov 2015

Clock Tower parking to be mainly for visitors

The new parking lot under the Canafax Clock Tower will be all visitor parking, said Security Manager Blake Bumbard. “We know the lot is in a very central part of the campus so as of now we aren’t giving tickets to anyone who parks there, but when the signs are put

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17 Nov 2015

Theatre Wesleyan’s The School for Scandal offers a classic tale about gossip

Theatre Wesleyan’s production of Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s The School for Scandal is directed by Associate Professor of Theatre Jeanne Everton.  “This is a play about what happens to people who gossip,” Everton said. “The School for Scandal is proof that damaging gossip is nothing new.”  Junior theatre major Giselle Saucedo

17 Nov 2015

5 Must Have Thanksgiving Recipes

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and you can’t have Thanksgiving without some good food!  Here are some Thanksgiving classics with a twist, making your plate stand out from the crowd.   Don’t show up to your families house empty handed!   Apple Crisp- via Tastes Better From Scratch IngredientsFor the

17 Nov 2015

Thanksgiving- The overlooked holiday.

Pumpkin patches, hay rides, carving jack-o-lanterns, corn mazes, campfires and spice cakes are just a few things to enjoy in the fall season. These type of activities are some of my favorite memories growing up and fall has always been my favorite time of year. But unfortunately, thanks to our