18 Oct 2012

Cross-Country Update

The women’s cross country team continues to be victorious. This past weekend, with a combined team time of 1:38: 52, the women’s team won the Concordia Invitational 6k. Jessica Davis, finished with a time of 18:38. Lauri Gutierrez finished third with a time of 19:11. Maria Aguayo finished sixth with a

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11 Oct 2012

New security head takes on campus crime

For most students, a work-study job is just a way of making money while they are studying the field they truly want to work in. For Blake Bumbard, Texas Wesleyan’s new head of security, a work-study job in college led to a lifetime career. Bumbard brings more than 17 years

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28 Sep 2012

‘A Man for All Seasons’ makes debut

The current political climate of the United States influenced the first theatre show of this semester. Theatre Wesleyan will present A Man for All Seasons by Robert Bolt Sept. 27-Oct. 7. This historical drama chronicles the rise and fall of Sir Thomas More. More was a man of faith who

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28 Sep 2012

No room for musical television take over

I think musical television shows are a wonderful thing. Glee is awesome, Smash, not nearly as good, but descent, and now, this season, a new show by the name of Nashville will be airing on ABC. Even shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Grey’s Anatomy have done musical episodes

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28 Sep 2012

Slabach restructures debt to save funds

At the beginning of every fiscal school year, Wesleyan’s staff and President Frederick Slabach sit down and plan the budget for the upcoming year, taking into account old debt. As Slabach mentioned at convocation, Wesleyan has been working on restructuring its debt, which will allow for long-term stability. “It’s just

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