04 Sep 2018

Inmates protest prison slavery

Prisoners across the U.S. are taking part in a 19-day protest of inhumane treatment in what could be the biggest prison strike in American history. Jailhouse Lawyers Speak, an advocacy group for prisoners run by prisoners, is leading the protest. JLS released a statement Aug. 21 on itsgoingdown.org that said

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04 Sep 2018

SGA names Adkinson new faculty adviser

Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association inducted Dr. Cary Adkinson as SGA’s new faculty adviser at Friday’s general business meeting. Adkinson said he is very excited about taking on the role. “I think student governance is one of the life bloods of Texas Wesleyan University,” said Adkinson, an associate professor of

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27 Aug 2018

SGA to focus on deregistration, recycling

Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association will make deregistration a priority this semester, President Alyssa Hutchinson said Friday at the semester’s first general business meeting. “I plan on going to the president and saying ‘Hey, we need a contingency plan,’” Hutchinson said. Last year Financial Aid spoke at an SGA meeting,

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22 Aug 2018

Illusionist makes bird appear out of thin air in Martin Hall

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

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20 Aug 2018

Six exhibitions to be featured in the Templeton Studio this year

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

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