18 May 2017

Kee looks forward to new start

It’s a time of major decision making for senior business management major Lauren Kee as she approaches her final days of attending Texas Wesleyan. For the past five years, Kee has been involved in soccer but unfortunately had to give up the sport due to an injury during her junior

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17 Apr 2017

Music majors showcase their skills at President’s Honor Concert

On April 7, music majors and minors had the opportunity to showcase their skills at the President’s Honor Concert, according to txwes.edu.

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14 Apr 2017

Theatre Wesleyan takes the plunge

Theatre Wesleyan will continue its 2016-17 spring season with the Tony Award-winning musical comedy Urinetown: The Musical, which opens on April 20. Written by Mark Hollman and Greg Kotis, Urinetown will be directed by professor of theatre Connie Whitt-Lambert, with musical direction by Kristin Spires, choreography by Elise Lavallee and

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31 Mar 2017

Why you should be true to yourself

With the current political climate, it is important to remind people that the Texas Senate approved Senate Bill 6, which would require transgender people to use bathrooms in public schools, government buildings and other publicly-owned facilities that match their “biological sex” and not their gender identity, according to texastribune.org. As

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31 Mar 2017

Students prepare for honors concert

Junior music major Tyler Simpson feels humbled that this will be his third consecutive year to perform in the President’s Honor Concert. In Simpson’s first semester at Texas Wesleyan University, he was one of two freshmen invited to perform. “I was informed of its importance early on in the semester

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