12 Oct 2016

Internationals tell their stories

While preparing for midterms, junior business major Karl Willis thinks back to how school back home would just be beginning. “The semesters are a lot shorter,” Willis said. “They’re only twelve weeks, so if I was back home I would have been starting Sept. 26.” Willis, who is from Northern

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06 Oct 2016

Wesleyan joins national Socktober campaign

Barbara Barnhart, Wesleyan’s new coordinator for leadership and volunteerism, has started several service projects on campus, including the Trinity Trash Bash. Her newest project, Socktober, a sock drive for the homeless, began Oct. 1 and runs through the end of the month. Socktober is sponsored by Student Life. People can

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29 Sep 2016

Housing packs in the students

Junior finance major Tres Underwood and freshman business communications major Muhammed Amir share a storage room that has been newly repurposed as their dorm room. The men share a closet with no bar, a room with no Wi-Fi and a TV with only 10 channels. Underwood was just glad to

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23 Sep 2016

RAs host pool party for dorm residents

Sylvester Rodriguez and many other dorm residents poured into the Sid W. Richardson Center after dark on Wednesday looking for some late-night fun. “I needed some time out of studying,” said Rodriguez, a freshman biology major. “I mean, I study a lot and I just need some time to myself

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22 Sep 2016

Wesleyan receives top ranking

Earlier this month, U.S. News and World Report placed Texas Wesleyan in the top tier of best colleges in the western United States, and senior psychology major Caitlyn Carey feels like the value of her degree just went up as a result. “I think people want to go to schools

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