01 Nov 2018

Lathen weighs in on who she voted for

Beto O’Rourke stands for the values that I believe in that I want to see translated in the U.S. Senate. I live with an autoimmune disease that attacks my lungs, kidneys, ears, nose, throat and skin. I have to take medicine every single day to keep my immune system from

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31 Oct 2018

Lathen ghosts her undead visitors at Wesleyan

In the short time that I have been at Texas Wesleyan, I have been victimized by the ghosts here and I am over it. While I am very open to the idea of spirits and paranormal energy lingering, I would like to be left alone because I have too much

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31 Oct 2018

International students share their superstitions

Superstitions such as not walking past black cats and avoiding walking under ladders have played a role in American culture, but they are a much bigger deal in other parts of the world. Superstitions are a major part of Indian culture, international student and biochemistry sophomore Anahita Keer said. “India

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30 Oct 2018

Students shake Sid Richardson at Ram Rally

The Texas Wesleyan girl’s basketball team and head coach Steve Trachier shook the Sid Richardson Center during the Ram Rally Monday night during their lip sync performance of “The Wobble.” The lip sync battle was a part of the pep rally for the men’s and women’s teams. Michelle Feyisetan and

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26 Oct 2018

Well-Being Summit urges students to stay healthy in all areas

Being healthy consists of much more than diet and exercise, Christi Tallent, Texas Wesleyan’s human resources generalist, said Thursday at the Well-Being Summit in Bragan Hall. “It is your financial life, your cultural life, the community,” Tallet said. “The tribe that you have around you. It is how you give

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