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Texas Wesleyan men's basketball hosts open tryouts

The Texas Wesleyan University Men’s Basketball Program will host an open tryout on Sunday, April 27. The tryout will be heldi n the Sid Richardson Center at 1:00 p.m. and is open to any high school graduate that has college eligibility remaining and will cost $20 per person to participate.  Coaches will be on hand to […]

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  • Texas wesleyan softball presents: Kendall Kizer

    Texas wesleyan softball presents: Kendall Kizer

    The Texas Wesleyan softball team have been faring well in the Sooner Athletic Conference during the 2014 season. The Lady Rams are playing above .500 in the SAC in fourth place at 11-7 and 18-13 overall after April 4-5 games at Mid-America Christian. Junior second basemen Kendall Kizer has been competing especially well and has […]

  • Texas Wesleyan explores the Final Four basketball

    Texas Wesleyan explores the Final Four basketball

    With the Final Four semifinal match-ups one day away, I had the opportunity as a student writer from the United Kingdom to visit the host venue for the finals which is being held in Arlington, Texas at AT&T Stadium. The four teams left all took very different journeys in making it to this year’s Final Four and have left […]

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  • Texas Wesleyan presents “The Drowsy Chaperone”

    Texas Wesleyan presents “The Drowsy Chaperone”

    For over six decades Theatre Wesleyan has put on an annual musical. To mark the 60th anniversary, Theatre Wesleyan will present “The Drowsy Chaperone” April 24-27. Directed by professor of theatre Connie Whitt-Lambert, the performance will run one weekend only with the debut on Thursday April 24, at 7:30 p.m. in the Thad Smotherman Theatre. There […]

  • Texas wesleyan's Goostree Symposium enrich poetic side

    Texas wesleyan’s Goostree Symposium enrich poetic side

    Ekere Tallie, poet, educator, speaker and poetry editor of “African Voices,” graced Texas Wesleyan’s Martin Hall. On March 25,as keynote presenter at the 33rd annual Goostree Symposium, Tallie discussed “Success is…success ain’t: redefining what it means to make it.” On being an artist Tallie described her work as an exploration of silence, sexism, racism and herbalism. But, it is […]

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  • TexasWesleyan's best breakfast spots

    TexasWesleyan’s best breakfast spots

    After being in Texas for almost four years now, I’ve found that breakfast here is very different to anything I’ve had before. For example people eat Southern foods like biscuits with gravy, grits and pancakes.  In Europe people tend to have a light continental breakfast that includes fruit or perhaps a yogurt, but the mindset […]

  • Texas Wesleyan's Presidents Honor Concert- reviewed

    Texas Wesleyan’s Presidents Honor Concert- reviewed

    The President’s Honors Concert is the musical event that happens just one time a year.  Now in its 18th year, the concert was held on Friday, April 4, in Martin Hall. In most years, this special event is held in February.  This year, however, that was not the case. Winter weather, complete with ice and […]

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  • Texas Wesleyan's landscape improvements good or bad

    Texas Wesleyan’s landscape improvements good or bad

    There have been a lot of new landscaping improvements on Texas Wesleyan’s campus recently. It seems as though the newest improvements have gained a liking with the Texas Wesleyan body. There have been new trees, bushes, rose beds and benches put into place across campus; but mainly many new trees and bushes around Elizabeth Means […]

  • Texas Wesleyan's smaller or smarter priorities

    Texas Wesleyan’s smaller or smarter priorities

    We at The Rambler are excited to see all the recent aesthetic improvements around Texas Wesleyan’s campus. But, we are also becoming increasingly concerned about Wesleyan’s financial priorities. In Fall 2013, Wesleyan held a ground breaking celebration to commemorate the beginning of phase one in the campus improvement project. The entire project consists of four […]

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  • Texas Wesleyan crime on the rise

    Texas Wesleyan crime on the rise

    The months of February and March at Texas Wesleyan had a total of 19 crimes reported in campus. Campus security manager Blake Bumbard also has changed the crime log format and makes it easier to follow and more detailed. Starting on Feb. 2 and ending Feb. 26, the month stood out as being the clear […]

  • Texas Wesleyan presents University College Day

    Texas Wesleyan presents University College Day

    University College Day: a day for the Texas Wesleyan student body to flex its intellectual muscles… Every year TWU hosts a student conference where people can see panel discussions on everything from race and sex to video games and rhetoric. The student body never ceases to amaze me with its creative topics. Last year I […]

  • Insanity fitness keeps Texas Wesleyan students in shape

    Insanity fitness keeps Texas Wesleyan students in shape

    Aaron Whaley, the supervisor of the Insanity fitness program and the director of the Morton Fitness Center, recently discussed how the Insanity routine gives great cardiovascular benefits to students and faculty/staff of all fitness levels. Several students who have taken the fitness classes also weighed in about the schedule and opportunities it gave. April 1st […]

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