30 Nov 2018

Wesleyan moving forward with men’s and women’s wrestling

Texas Wesleyan plans to move forward quickly in adding men’s and women’s wrestling. Athletic Director Ricky Dotson said the plan is to have a coach by Jan. 1, 2019, start recruiting immediately after that, and start competing in the fall. Wesleyan announced that the university would add the teams in

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19 Nov 2018

Fort Worth joins Rams in well-being pledge

Fort Worth became a certified Blue Zones Community in October, a milestone for the city in terms of health and well-being. The Blue Zones Project is a community movement that encourages people to improve their health and well-being, Alexis Patterson from the Fort Worth Blue Zones Project wrote in an

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15 Nov 2018

FASFA moves to mobile with new app

Financial aid for students is now available at the tips of their fingers. The U.S. Department of Education released a mobile app, which allows students to fill out a free application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA. Texas Wesleyan Financial Aid Counselor Laura Smith said the app is called myStudentAid

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14 Nov 2018

Slabach discusses projects in the works at town hall meeting

President Frederick Slabach announced that Texas Wesleyan is working on cutting down hours in academic programs and bringing a men’s and women’s varsity wrestling team for the fall 2019 semester at Tuesday’s town hall meeting. “After the board meeting this Friday, when this proposal will be on the table at

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13 Nov 2018

Trafficking issues need to be recognized

Human trafficking is one of the less talked-about issues happening in the United States, but it is one of the most important. According to the International Labour Organization, more than 40 million people are victims of human trafficking around the world. Texas is the second worst state for human trafficking,

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