20 Nov 2018

Doctoral student doubles as author

Ida Joiner is a student at Texas Wesleyan currently working on her doctorate in education, yet she has already done so much in her lifetime. And although she has only been in Texas for a year and a half, Joiner has already done a lot in her new state. “I

16 Nov 2018

Ben’s Triple B slated to open spring 2019

Construction on the Ben’s Triple B: Biscuits, Burgers and Brews restaurant will begin by the end of the fall semester, according to Executive Director of Facilities Brian Franks.  “Ben’s Triple B’s has an approved building permit and we should expect construction to start within the next few weeks,” Franks said in October, adding that the restaurant is

29 Oct 2018

School of Education gets a spooky makeover

Thanks to Kappa Delta Pi, an education honor’s organization, Dan Waggoner Hall has received a makeover fit for Halloween season. Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) President Lisamarie Barnes explained how she learned from the Coordinator for Doctor of Education Program Judy Baker that typically there’s just a table decorated for the

23 Oct 2018

Rain puts temporary pause on construction 

The recent rainy weather has affected the speed of construction on the Nick and Lou Martin Center, according to Executive Director of Facilities Brian Franks.  “As you can imagine, progress has slowed down due to the rain,” Franks said.   Even with the slowed progression, Franks said the Martin Center project is still

14 Oct 2018

Clogged pipes lead to flooding in Elizabeth Hall

Just before midnight on Tuesday, water began to slowly flood some of the residential rooms in Elizabeth Armstrong Hall due to the main sewer line being clogged, according to Executive Director of Facilities Brian Franks.   “The sewer was clogged at Elizabeth Armstrong Hall due to an excessive amount of wipes, like wet-wipes,