31 Oct 2016

Morton Fitness Center’s PigSkin Pick’em cultivates competition

Freshman criminal justice major Silas Sheek didn’t consult Google when he had questions about football for his PigSkin Pick’em card. He asked his roommate. “It helped bring my roommate and myself closer together, because football is what he’s really into,” Sheek said of freshmen mass communications major Dakota Brittain. “He’s

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30 Oct 2016

Matthews supports Stella Russell residents

Junior criminal justice major Katie Matthews has a name for the unexplained happenings in Stella Russell Hall. Some people find the weird noises and moving objects to be weird coincidences; others believe they’re the work of a ghost. Matthews believes the latter. “I call him Henry,” said Matthews. “I don’t

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24 Oct 2016

Music department jazzes up the Modern

Senior music education major Emily Messenger felt bittersweet performing Kyrie and Verbum caro factum est at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth on Saturday. “I’m very sad,” Messenger said, “but I’m happy I got to do it and I’m honored to be here.” As a senior, this was Messenger’s

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21 Oct 2016

Wesleyan writers assemble for Inaugural Local Authors Day

Sophomore marketing major Finn Le was startled to see an email inviting her to the Inaugural Local Authors Day.  “At first I thought my book would only be on the shelf,” Le said. Le wasn’t expecting to actually speak on a panel with other authors. She joined 15 other authors

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17 Oct 2016

Midnight Madness was a slam dunk

  Basketball player Jeremy Crane aimed at the basket as the timer ticked down and the sea of people in pink T-shirts cheered his team. Crane and the rest of the men’s team was participating in a three-point competition against the women’s basketball team during Midnight Madness on Saturday night

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