10 Oct 2017

The world lost an icon when Hugh Hefner died

On Sept. 27, the world lost Hugh Hefner, an icon who was dynamic in not only the sexual revolution, but also the civil rights movement and the fight for LGBT equality. Hefner, who died at age 91 in his Beverly Hills estate, was often portrayed in a negative light because

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25 Sep 2017

Americans impacted by DACA’s end

When U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced earlier this month that the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program will be rescinded, 800,000 dreamers had to question the fate of their lives in America. Among those 800,000 is my best friend. When I learned the program was going away, my

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21 Sep 2017

SGA budget cut for fall 2017

Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association will be working with $50,000 less this semester than last semester, Treasurer Clarissa Murillo announced at the Sept. 7 meeting. Due to the budget cuts, SGA President Zahraa Saheb said SGA will probably no longer be able to fund things like the travel abroad scholarship,

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09 Sep 2017

Wesleyan unveils new local art exhibit

Texas Wesleyan students now only have to cross the street to experience art in the four exhibitions on display in the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio gallery over the fall and spring semesters. The gallery’s first exhibition, Dual, which runs through Oct. 4, features husband and wife duo, sculptor Angel

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07 Sep 2017

New diversity committee on campus

As part of the Campus Diversity & Inclusion Strategic Plan, a multicultural committee has formed to organize and develop multicultural celebrations and endorse inclusivity in the Texas Wesleyan community. Angela Dampeer, associate vice president of Human Resources, led the creation of the strategic plan developed by the university’s Diversity and

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