19 Sep 2018

Wesleyan kicks off TXWES Reads program with ‘The Hate U Give’

Eunice & James L. West Library staff and Texas Wesleyan students kicked off the first event in the TXWES Reads program on Tuesday on the lawn between Dora’s and the library. Around 10 people, including library staff and students, read quotes from Angie Thomas’ “The Hate U Give” and talked

17 Sep 2018

TXWESREADS focuses on ‘The Hate U Give’

During the 2018 spring semester, staff at the Eunice and James L. West Library was influenced by other universities and their reading programs to create TXWESREADS. Reference Library Assistant Risa Brown said the program’s goal is to get students and staff to read one book that is influential to society

07 May 2018

Freshmen survive their first year of college

Being away from friends and family for the first time in your young adult life can be challenging, and some freshman experience anxiety depression and at time suicidal thoughts. According to a study done by the Behavior Intervention Team at Chardon State College in Nebraska, 75 percent of college freshman

09 Mar 2018

Students pack into PAC’s wax hand event

Students were invited to create molds of their hands using wax in the Brown-Lupton Campus Center lobby on Thursday. During the event, which was held between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., many students stopped by to mold hands signs, although there were no gang signs or profanity allowed; students seemed

06 Mar 2018

Wesleyan welcomes TCC students to apply

Texas Wesleyan University brought in potential new students on Friday by hosting a Tarrant County College preview day at Baker-Martin House. During the four-hour visit to Wesleyan, TCC students learned more about the university, walked the campus, and heard from transfer students like them. Wesleyan, home to many TCC transfer