24 Feb 2017

Celebrate Black History Month

Black History Month celebrates the achievements made by black Americans and recognizes the hardships they have overcome. The annual celebration began half a century after the abolishment of slavery in the United States, according to history.com.  Historian Carter G. Woodson and minister Jesse E. Moorland founded the Association for the

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14 Feb 2017

Wesleyan is named the first Blue Zones-approved Texas university

Texas Wesleyan is the first Blue Zones-approved university in Texas. At Tuesday’s 2020 Town Hall meeting at the Baker Building, Wesleyan President Frederick Slabach thanked the university’s Blue Zones ambassador members that worked to make this happen. Based on the New York Times bestseller The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living

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14 Feb 2017

Valentine’s Day can celebrate friends, family

Valentine’s is no longer a day we focus on sappy romance between lovers. Now it’s a day to celebrate and cherish the love you have for your friends, family and yourself. “I buy myself flowers, chocolates and take myself out for a movie and a meal,” Samantha Tolon, junior radio

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13 Feb 2017

Thank you breakfast focuses on university advancements

The first Alumni Board Thank You Breakfast was held on Friday at the Baker Building. To show appreciation to the Alumni Board of Directors and the many alumni who have attributed to the university’s advancement, staff members in the office of advancement created the thank you breakfast, said Director of

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12 Feb 2017

Workaholic: Nothing to be proud of

The constant need to work can become addictive. Between having two caretaker jobs, being editor of the Rambler Media Group, planning a wedding, and being a full-time student, I have the constant need to be in motion. At times where I think I can finally settle and relax, the need

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