29 Mar 2019

Training now saves lives later

We face the grim reality that active shooter incidents are are rapidly increasing. Texas Wesleyan is attempting to face this possible eventuality by holding safety briefings, but this simply isn’t enough. Active shooter training should be mandatory for all professors teaching on campus and active shooter drills should be done

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22 Feb 2019

Wesleyan gifts students summer scholarships

Scholarships are now available to Wesleyan students for the summer 2019 semester. Students registered prior to Jan. 1 are eligible for a $3000 summer scholarship. Students are required to take a minimum of 6 credit hours during the summer semester to qualify. Roughly, this equates to two classes for the

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13 Feb 2019

Companies should shave away the politics

Each morning, when I look in the mirror to shave, who do I see staring back at me? Am I a product of my toxically masculine society? Thankfully, Procter & Gamble has alerted me to these flaws in my character. After watching the new Gillette ad that asks the question,

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31 Jan 2019

Recent campus break-ins raise security concerns

Director of Safety and Security Chris Beckrich sent out an email Tuesday to Texas Wesleyan students and faculty to alert them to a recent rash of vehicle burglaries on campus. Beckrich’s email described the burglaries and also gave a description of the suspected burglar. “The vehicles that have been broken

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30 Jan 2019

Psi Chi holds first meeting of 2019

The Texas Wesleyan chapter of Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology, held its first meeting of 2019 on Tuesday. According to the Psi Chi website, membership is open to all students majoring or minoring in psychology. Upon acceptance, the membership is conferred for life. Chapter President Angel Wren

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