25 Jan 2017

Monge helps club life thrive

Dr. Alison Simons really wanted a club on campus that took on social justice issues. Naturally, she brought up this idea to her students. “It started from my interest but it couldn’t have got going unless we had students that really wanted to help,” said Simons, an assistant professor of

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16 Jan 2017

Wesleyan has an eventful winter break

Winter break may have been quiet for many students, but it was exciting for sophomore biology major Danura Wayantha. He saw snow for the first time. Wayantha thought it was raining at first when sitting in Stella Russell Hall on Jan. 6. When he figured out that it was snowing,

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15 Nov 2016

The Rambler: A century of coverage

For the past century, The Rambler has covered major news events both on campus and around the country. The following timeline showcases some of the biggest breaking news stories from each decade. To view the full stories in their original issues, follow the links listed below the timeline.  Jan. 1,

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11 Nov 2016

Ram Squad expands

Flashback to nearly two years ago: Feb. 26, 2015. Stella Hall director Jeremy Hunt and senior business major Ricky Hall watched Mid-America Christian University’s fans plop themselves into Texas Wesleyan’s Sid Richardson Center’s home stands during a men’s basketball game. “They were rooting for their team in our home stands

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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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