02 Feb 2018

Texas Wesleyan hit hard by flu epidemic

The deadly influenza virus that has been spreading across North Texas has landed at Texas Wesleyan. “It is bad,” Dennis Hall, vice president of student affairs/dean of students, said Thursday. “I have heard numbers upward of 30 students who have been diagnosed with the flu and that is 30 more

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30 Jan 2018

Collaborative dialog on display in art gallery

Mitchell-Reed Community of Learners hosted an artist talk called fluid dialog with the two artists with work currently in the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Gallery Tuesday. The two artists, Liz Trosper and Thomas Motley, have been in a collaborative dialog since 2013, Motley said. The exhibition features colorful paintings, drawings

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19 Jan 2018

Campus keeps busy during break

While Texas Wesleyan students, faculty and staff were enjoying their winter break, the campus hardly slowed down. Over the break, campus renovations were underway, the men and women’s basketball teams experienced several challenges, and a new graduate program was created. For renovations, improvements were made with electrical, heating and cooling

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21 Nov 2017

Trump shouldn’t get special treatment for sexual misconduct

In the past two months, headlines have been filled with accusations against big Hollywood names regarding sexual assault or sexual harassment or more. Producer and film executive Harvey Weinstein was accused by more than 30 women, including actresses Angelina Jolie and Lupita Nyong’o, of sexual abuse ranging from harassment to

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17 Nov 2017

SGA concerned over housing for students during winter break

The Student Government Association passed a resolution Thursday expressing concern over housing for students during winter break. The resolution states that SGA is, “Disturbed by the Texas Wesleyan University Residence Life Office’s communication of mandatory vacating of all residence halls during the Winter Break.” Earlier this month, students living on

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