04 Dec 2015

The evolution of Texas Wesleyan University’s mascot

Texas Wesleyan University is celebrating it’s 125th anniversary this year. Throughout the university’s 125 years there’s no doubt that drastic changes have been made. There have been official name changes, building changes, several renovations, and even changes to our very own mascot. 1890 Today, most people know our mascot to be

25 Nov 2015

International Games Day draws students to the library

International Games Day was on Saturday in the Eunice and James L. West Library, and included students from both Texas Wesleyan and the area playing a wide variety of games, from Monopoly to Guitar Hero. The annual event was sponsored by the library, Student Life, and International Activities and was

20 Nov 2015

E3P program helping with communication skills

The English Practice Partner Program, which pairs native English speakers with non-native speakers to improve conversational skills in English, already has more than 90 participants. But junior marketing and management major and E3P student liaison Victoria Hoschar doesn’t want to stop there. “My goal for the program is to let

17 Nov 2015

Theatre Wesleyan’s The School for Scandal offers a classic tale about gossip

Theatre Wesleyan’s production of Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s The School for Scandal is directed by Associate Professor of Theatre Jeanne Everton.  “This is a play about what happens to people who gossip,” Everton said. “The School for Scandal is proof that damaging gossip is nothing new.”  Junior theatre major Giselle Saucedo

06 Oct 2015

Wesleyan establishes new Habitat for Humanity chapter

Senior biochemistry major Scott Anderson wants to give Texas Wesleyan students and faculty a venue to change the world. That venue is Habitat for Humanity, a 39-year-old organization that builds homes for people in need. Wesleyan’s chapter, which was established this semester, has 18 members. Anderson is the chapter’s president. “During