19 Nov 2018

Thanks for your service, now let’s move on

Bro-vet, thank you for your service, now can we move on to more import things? The bro-vet I am referring to always steers a discussion in class towards a narrative regarding veterans. There are very real issues that veterans deal with on a daily basis, from the ineptitude of the

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05 Nov 2018

Awards dinner honors alumni

Texas Wesleyan’s annual Alumni Medal Dinner Awards Ceremony was held Friday at the Colonial Country Club. The event’s master of ceremonies was Congressman Marc Veasey, who remarked how honored he was to be an alumnus of Wesleyan. “I’m glad I had the opportunity to further my education at Texas Wesleyan,”

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01 Nov 2018

Cason weighs in on who he voted for

The senate race between Beto O’Rourke and Ted Cruz is exactly that: Divisive. No better word could be used to describe the current social and political climate in our country, our state, and our city. With the growing division in our country, it has become difficult for political moderates likes

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31 Oct 2018

Wesleyan unwraps killer candy myth

The spooky season is upon us and that means that trick or treating will be happening soon. Whether you are passing out the candy or the one receiving it, you might inspect the wrappers to make sure they haven’t been tampered with. You probably won’t be eating candy apples or

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27 Oct 2018

Rams overrun by Pioneers 41-30 in close game

The Texas Wesleyan University football team lost a heartbreaker to the Wayland Baptist University Pioneers. The final score of Saturday’s afternoon game in Plainview was 41-30. The Rams defense was unable to stop the Pioneers at crucial moments during the game. Wesleyan is now on a five-game losing streak and

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