27 Sep 2018

People shouldn’t lose jobs over old posts

What if one written word could ruin your whole career? In 2018, it’s become a common trend to see people fired for old tweets made five, 10, and recently 35 years ago. According to the Indianapolis Star, in late August, retired Indy 500 and Formula One driver Derek Daly was

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24 Sep 2018

Martin Center construction progresses

Jada Elzie feels like the Nick and Lou Martin University Center is something that should have already been at Texas Wesleyan to begin with and is something she’d like to see before she graduates. “I feel like it’s something that should have happened a long time ago,” said Elzie, a

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23 Sep 2018

Rams burned by Firestorm 36-29 in heated game

Fighting down to the last two seconds in the game, the Rams fell to the Arizona Christian Firestorm 36-29 on Saturday night in Phoenix. The Rams lost to the Firestorm last season 63-7, according to ramsports.net. In the first quarter, the Rams had a rough start with a couple penalties,

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11 Sep 2018

Slabach talks about changes coming to Texas Wesleyan at first town hall meeting of semester

Texas Wesleyan President Frederick Slabach hosted his first town hall meeting of the semester Tuesday afternoon. The meeting, held in the Baker Building, focused on construction projects on campus, degree plans, and student enrollment. The meeting finished earlier than usual and faculty and staff had fewer questions than at previous

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28 Aug 2018

Slabach discusses Wesleyan’s future at convocation

Texas Wesleyan continued its 128-year tradition of convocation as students, staff, and faculty gathered in Nicholas Martin Hall on Tuesday to open the fall 2018 semester. The convocation opened with the Dr. Gladys Childs, interim dean of the School of Arts and Letters and university chaplain, leading the invocation, the Wesleyan

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