30 Sep 2016

Does Wesleyan love Trump?

Donald Trump trumps Hillary Clinton in the minds of Texas Wesleyan University students. In June, uCribs, a national website that focuses on helping college students find housing, targeted 18-22-year-olds with advertising that mentions Trump; by clicking, students showed interest in the politician. Wesleyan students were more interested in Trump than

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23 Sep 2016

Rain excites audience members

Fans will be pouring in to watch Theatre Wesleyan’s first production of the 2016-17 season, When the Rain Stops Falling, which opened on Thursday. Rain, written by Andrew Bovell and directed by Bryan Stevenson, is an extraordinary play with a gloomy forecast that gives the audience the opportunity to travel

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22 Sep 2016

Rodriguez focuses on outreach

Dr. Ricardo Rodriguez wants to reach out – to other universities, to high school students, even to middle schoolers. Rodriguez, who was named the new dean of the School of Natural and Social Sciences in April, says his main goal is to bring more students to Wesleyan. He plans to

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19 Sep 2016

Night of magic raises funds for Wiant family

The Eunice and James L. West Library and the Fort Worth Magicians Club Inc. hosted A Night of Magic on Saturday at Martin Hall. This is the second year for the library to host a magic show with the magicians club; more than 200 library volunteers, as well as club

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17 Sep 2016

Wesleyan creates new school

The health care profession is in constant demand for more professionals and Texas Wesleyan University is ready to answer that call. This semester, Wesleyan has created the new School of Health Professions by combining the counseling program from the School of Education and the Graduate Programs of Nurse Anesthesia, said

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