After a decade of inactivity, a sorority is working to revive its Texas Wesleyan chapter. “We would like to thank the Texas Wesleyan community for letting us be involved in bringing the chapter back to campus,” Kali Rogers-Smith said. “We’re excited to be back, and hopefully by the end of
When you think Thanksgiving, the typical response is family, feast, and football. However, in recent years, Black Friday shopping has continued to encroach further and further into Thursday evening, with several stores opening their doors at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving and some cyber sales occurring all day. With these developments,
Last year the flu hit Texas Wesleyan hard, starting in athletics and building up to 52 cases on campus. Wesleyan had even smaller class sizes, do not enter signs plastered all over buildings, and a rush to get more hand sanitizing stations available around campus as a result. “Last year
Do you like fewer jobs, less medical options, and overcrowded jails? The legalization of marijuana, which was described by President Ronald Reagan in the 1980s as “possibly the most dangerous drug in America,” can create more jobs, provide more treatment options, and lower the number of people in overcrowded jails.
As faculty, staff, and students gathered in Martin Hall for convocation in late August, President Frederick Slabach announced Texas Wesleyan would be launching two new online degree programs. The online master’s of education degree and the online bachelor’s of business administration completion degree will launch in the fall of 2019.