12 Oct 2016

BSA holds “Officer, May I?” community outreach event

Texas Wesleyan’s Black Student Association held “Officer, May I?” in Martin Hall on Tuesday. The event was attended by about 70 guests, including Texas Wesleyan University President Frederick Slabach. “Officer, May I?” was meant to educate people on how to interact with police in a way that is safe for

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06 Oct 2016

Women’s lacrosse coming in 2018

With the new football team revving up on campus, students and faculty are wondering about the status of women’s lacrosse. Women’s lacrosse will begin practicing in the fall of 2017, Athletic Director Steve Trachier said. “We’ll do a candidate search this fall and hire a head coach around January to

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06 Oct 2016

Black Student Association hosts “Officer, May I?” community event

The Black Student Association invites Texas Wesleyan and the Polytechnic community to join them next Tuesday at a community outreach event at Martin Hall. The event, “Officer, May I?,” will focus on overcoming division between the police and people of the community. It is free and will run from 5

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19 Sep 2016

Prud’homme prepares players

Texas Wesleyan football players are eager to begin building the program up and taking advantage of their redshirt season this year. Wesleyan has attracted more than 100 athletes to the new football program, in spite of the team not playing until the fall of 2017. “It’s going to be tough

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06 Sep 2016

Football team holds first practice

Texas Wesleyan’s football team held its first practice Tuesday on the campus mall. The team endured an almost three-hour practice, but head coach Joe Prud’homme felt it was a good “kickoff” point for the team.  “It’s a starting point,” Prud’homme said in an interview during practice. “It’s a little warm,

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