20 Sep 2017

Blithe Spirit appears at Wesleyan

When a classic piece was needed for Theatre Wesleyan’s season, Dr. Connie Whitt-Lambert jumped at the chance for Blithe Spirit to fill the space. “I’m a huge fan of Noel Coward,” Whitt-Lambert, professor of theatre, said, “and I’ve always wanted to direct one of his pieces.” Whitt-Lambert doesn’t have a

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13 Sep 2017

Wesleyan’s first Voice-Versa concert set to hit the stage

Mary Grim and Daniel Hernandez walked into Dr. Jerome Bierschenk’s office last semester with an idea never before done at Texas Wesleyan: a concert of gender-swapped songs. On Thursday, their idea will become reality. Wesleyan’s Department of Music will host its first Voice-Versa concert at Nicholas Martin Hall from 7:30

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11 Sep 2017

“Finest piano in Fort Worth” arrives home

Dr. Ilka Araujo walked past security, behind the stage, and up to the Steinway piano.   As her fingers glided across the keys, she knew this was the instrument she had been searching for.  Araujo, an associate professor of music history and piano, had taken her students to watch the 2017 Van Cliburn International Piano competition in Fort Worth’s Bass Hall last spring.   The 30

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06 Sep 2017

Wesleyan prepares for football

Dr. Cary Adkinson and Dr. Eddy Lynton are pumped for Saturday.  “We’re going (to the first football game) together and we’re trying to get a bunch of people to go with us,” said Adkinson, an associate professor of criminal justice. “I’m a huge football fan and I’ve never been at a university that really had football. As a sports fan

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27 Apr 2017

Students display their research at UCD

Dr. Sherree Wood attended her first University College Day on April 19, 30 years after graduating from Texas Wesleyan. “I’m here today as a friend,” Wood said, “because miss (Jessica) Davenport won the award that was named for my husband last spring (at the Texas Wesleyan Award ceremony).” Davenport, a

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