27 Jan 2017

New Rambler editor hopes to inspire

The relationship between the faculty, staff and students of Texas Wesleyan University and the Rambler Media Group continues to grow and strengthen. This is my second semester at both Texas Wesleyan and the Rambler, and I have noticed the way the Wesleyan community looks at the Rambler group has changed

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20 Jan 2017

An Open Letter to President Trump

Dear President Trump,  Congratulations! You have defied all odds and been awarded one of the most prestigious positions an American can receive: president of our great country.  I’m writing this on the day of your inauguration, and I’m hoping and praying for a greater future. I’m a pro-choice feminist that

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12 Dec 2016

Graduation speakers stress importance of education

As audience members prepared themselves for the emotional ride of graduation, Dean of Students Dennis Hall made light of a special room. “In case anyone needs it, we do have a crying room towards the left of me,” Hall said Saturday morning before the start of Texas Wesleyan’s Fall Commencement

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18 Nov 2016

Holiday movies offer variety for fans

With the holiday season approaching you may be wondering, “What can I do to escape the numerous carolers or the drunken rant my aunt goes on every Thanksgiving?” That’s when you look to hide in your local movie theater for a couple of hours. The movie theater is a great

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11 Nov 2016

Stop Kiss reinforces the idea that love is love

Audience members will cherish and hold their family members and loved ones after seeing Theatre Wesleyan’s production of Stop Kiss. Kiss, written by Diana Son, is a poignant play that focus on two young women and their fight to love one another. Set in New York City in 1995, the

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