12 Dec 2017

Martin doesn’t let cancer define him

Dalton Martin, a super senior at Texas Wesleyan University, might seem like an average college student on the surface but he is anything but average. Every day Martin gets up, brushes his teeth, showers, gets dressed and eats breakfast. If it’s a weekday he packs his black Nike backpack, grabs

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06 Dec 2017

Fernando Luis Santillan hopes to make a difference

Fernando Luis Santillan was born a Mexico citizen to his parents Esteban Santillan Ceniceros and Carolina Salas Reyes. His brother, Esteban Santillan Jr. was born a United States citizen to the same parents.  “So, my brother was born in El Paso, Texas because my mom decided to have him there and for

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13 Nov 2017

Rams fall in final game of the season

The Oklahoma Panhandle State University Aggies (7-3, 6-2 CSFL) were relentless against the Rams on Saturday, beating Texas Wesleyan 65-6. In their final game of the season, the Rams (0-11, 0-8 CSFL) didn’t score until late in the fourth quarter, when Cole Maxwell caught a 30-yard Erik Richards pass, according

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08 Nov 2017

Rams ready to take on Oklahoma Panhandle State University

The Rams are eager to play Oklahoma Panhandle State University (6-3,5-2 CSFL) in Goodwell, Okla. on Saturday. The team will do well in this, the season’s final game, if they can play well during the whole game and not just the second half, head coach Joe Prud’homme said. The Rams

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05 Nov 2017

Rams easily beaten by Arizona Christian

The Rams didn’t get the outcome they were hoping for on Saturday. Texas Wesleyan (0-10, 0-7 CSFL) fell to the Arizona Christian University’s Firestorm (7-3, 5-3 CSFL) 63-7 at Farrington Field. “We played pretty bad; they played pretty good,” head coach Joe Prud’homme said. The Firestorm scored 49 points before

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