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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10 Nov 2016

Wesleyan students hope for a positive future after Trump win

Like many people all over the country and the world, Texas Wesleyan students are  shocked at Donald Trump being elected president. Trump’s historic upset, which was announced early Wednesday morning, seems to have set off many financial jitters, including a declining stock market; a sense of unease in other countries;

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28 Oct 2016

Students learn from visit to juvenile detention center

Texas Wesleyan students and faculty toured Gainesville State School, a maximum security juvenile correctional facility, on Thursday. The students were given a chance to explore inside the facility and see how social workers and correctional officers work with juvenile offenders.“It is a unique opportunity for students to go behind the

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28 Oct 2016

Students spooked out of voting

More than half of 20 students who responded to a recent unanimous poll said they are still undecided on whether to vote for Republican nominee Donald Trump or Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. Random students were asked three questions: Are you voting?; Who are you voting for?; and Why are you

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20 Oct 2016

Balancing bouquets and books

Being a full-time student can take a lot of time and energy out of person. But add the stressful task of planning a wedding to it? Now that’s just cruel. When I said yes to my fiance Robert, the stress of juggling wedding planning, studying, and group projects definitely didn’t

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