Rev. Melaine Jones arrived on Texas Wesleyan’s campus Tuesday evening with sincerity, soul, and conviction. Jones is a womanist ethicist, millennial preacher and intellectual activist; with university President Frederick Slabach in attendance, she delivered a lecture entitled “Saving America, Again: Black Women in the U.S. and the Politics of Redemption”
Three bills were proposed and two were passed at Friday’s Student Government Association meeting. It was Alyssa Hutchinson’s first meeting as president, replacing Zahraa Saheb. SGA passed a bill to allocate $150 for a celebration cookout for the men’s basketball team. Representative Francia Hernandez proposed the bill; the team won
Since 2018 started, there have been several noticeable changes in campus security. One change is that the gates to enter the West Village dorms are permanently locked, and the only way to get in is to use a West Village room key. Director of Campus Safety and Security Chris Beckrich
Peyton Prudhomme, a mass communication major, tells the stories of three Wesleyan students from across the world. He shares their background along with the adjustments and culture shifts they experience upon arriving to the United States.
The fall season for men’s and women’s tennis has come to a close. The women’s tennis team finished the season with a singles record of 24-48 and a doubles record of 11-18. “It wasn’t necessarily the season we had hoped for,” said Maggie Brasher, junior exercise science major. “Last spring