24 Feb 2016

Library briefly evacuated Wednesday

The Eunice and James L. West Library was briefly evacuated Wednesday afternoon due to a strange smell on the third floor, a campus official said. The smell came from a bad ballast that had overheated a light bulb and made the light turn blue, Interim Director of Library Administration Elizabeth

23 Feb 2016

Rams win first SAC title

The men’s basketball team made history Saturday, winning the Sooner Athletic Conference for the first time since joining three years ago, and head coach Brennen Shingleton said the victory shows that the Rams have come a long way in a short time. “The Sooner Athletic Conference is one of the

19 Feb 2016

Baseball, softball teams look to improve

This season the softball and baseball teams plan on improving on their play last season. Head softball coach Shannon Gower wanted her team to work on chemistry and to be a lot more efficient during the off season, she said. “We added two new coaches, Amber Marlett and Felix Esparza,

16 Feb 2016

Wesleyan’s history discussed at symposium

During the Great Depression, Texas Woman’s College was in financial trouble. The staff took a 40 percent pay cut to keep the school open, and students were so poor that they had to pay their tuition with produce, Dr. Elizabeth Alexander said at Tuesday’s Goostree Symposium. The symposium featured Alexander

14 Feb 2016

Symposium looks at the past

The 2016 edition of the Faye C. Goostree Women’s Symposium is taking a look at Texas Wesleyan’s past. Dr. Brenda Taylor Matthews, the Pate Professor of History and chair of the Social Science Department, and Dr. Elizabeth Alexander, the A.M. Pate Professor of Early American History, will describe what the