Having known about eSports for a long time, New York native Lukien Sheremeta decided to move down to Fort Worth to be in the Texas Wesleyan eSports program. Sheremeta did not have any eSports options at the local community colleges in upstate New York, so he knew if he was
What does it feel like to finally have a doctorate degree? It feels like having a weight being lifted off of you. At least that’s what Dr. Patricia Chastain says. Chastain, the student employment coordinator for Career Services, had her doctorial defense on Sept. 20 at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
Jacob Chesney believes that the Texas Wesleyan eSports program has allowed nonsocial students to engage in something bigger than themselves, something they normally wouldn’t engage in. Having been playing video games since he was six, the captain of the Hearthstone team and the program’s coordinator thinks that the Wesleyan program
As graduation approaches, many seniors will find themselves in Dr. Patricia Chastain’s office looking for career advice. Chastain, the student employee coordinator for Career Services, recommends that students find their own path after graduation. “For students close to graduation, they should find out what works for them as individuals and
The Texas Wesleyan eSports Hearthstone team started their season on Oct. 1, with weekly matches 7 p.m. every Monday through Nov. 12. According to Eugene Frier, executive director of eSports and recreation, depending on how the individual matches go, each competition night is generally 60-70 minutes long, and matches can