An illusionist turned water into wine for a crowd of more than 70 students in Martin Hall on Tuesday evening. After announcing that, “I am Kid Ace and I am from Harlem, New York,” the illusionist started performing his acts, which included having students participate several times. Early in his
Somewhere There Is an Island is the first of six exhibitions on display this school year in the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio, and features a vibrant fantasy forest made up of recycled objects, Professor of Art Kit Hall said. The exhibition is by Molly Dierks, an associate professor at
On a memorable day for more than 270 Texas Wesleyan graduates, Aslam Khan, the chief executive officer of TGI Friday’s and chairman of Falcon Holdings, told them to ask themselves one important question. “‘What is the purpose?’” Khan asked during his speech as the keynote speaker at Wesleyan’s Saturday graduation ceremony at MacGormen Chapel on the Southwestern Theological Baptist
On graduation day, Texas Wesleyan will be losing one of its most capable and loud students. Political science major Tristeza Ordex-Ramirez who, since coming to Wesleyan in 2016, has rebuilt the Student Veterans Organization, received a job from U.S. Rep. Marc Veasey, D-Fort Worth, became a member of Mortar Board
Campaign season has begun for Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association positions for the 2018-2019 school year. SGA President Alyssa Hutchinson and At-Large Representative Jonathan Kigigha are running for president. Hutchinson said she thinks she has done a good job as president this semester and she wants to continue the momentum.