Students gather every Tuesday during free period in the third floor of the Polytechnic United Methodist Church for Common Meal. The students eat lunch provided by Spiritual Life while they talk about lighthearted topics. Taylor Date, a junior religion major and one of the chaplain assistants, helps direct Common Meal.
Artist Sara Cardona exhibited her art collection “Southern Gothic” on Saturday at the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio. Her exhibit résumé found at txwes.edu states that she is a PhD candidate in Aesthetic Studies at the University of Texas at Dallas. “Southern Gothic” runs from Oct. 1 through Oct. 25. Over the
Texas Wesleyan’s Music Department hosted the first Wind Ensemble concert of the semester on Thursday night in Nicholas Martin Hall. Dr. Paul Sikes, the director of instrumental studies, was the concert’s director. Alicia Smith, a senior music major, attended the event to support her “fellow music majors.” “It’s really great
Video by Elena Maldonado Texas Wesleyan’s Spiritual Life program holds Chapel every Thursday during free period in the Polytechnic United Methodist Church. Students attend service to hear positive messages from guest pastors, eat lunch, and talk with each other in a welcoming environment. Dexter Collins, a senior music major, said
Theatre Wesleyan will open their season with an adaption of Molière’s “Tartuffe” at the Thad Smotherman Theatre on Thursday. The play is directed by Jeanne Everton, an associate professor of theatre, and the entire cast is composed of Wesleyan students. Senior theatre major Alexandra Flurry will be playing Madame Pernelle.