On Nov. 1, West Library staff and students assembled the annual Meals On Wheels Christmas Tree in an effort to raise gift donations for local elderly and disabled residents. Anyone wishing to donate may do so until Dec. 9 at the West Library circulation desk, said Sheri Parker, coordinator of
On Nov. 4, Texans will cast their votes in the gubernatorial election of 2014. And the look of Texas politics could change for the first time in over a decade. While Sen. Wendy Davis (D) and Attorney General Greg Abbott (R) are leading the polls thus far, Libertarian Party candidate
The new semester brings a new look and feel to Wesleyan’s historic campus. Improvements began to take shape in the spring. And continued throughout the summer.
The Rambler’s own David Hagen, former mass communication major and editor/content producer for The Rambler, is excited about what the future holds. “It feels amazing to graduate, and [the graduation] ceremony was great fun,” Hagen said. “I have two more summer classes, [and] then I can start working in my
The Fort Worth Fire Department responded to fire alarms from the first floor nursery in Polytechnic United Methodist Church, on June 12, 2014, just before 8 a.m. The fire department and Wesleyan maintenance crew have not confirmed the exact cause of the fire. But, the fire allegedly resulted from overheated wiring