15 May 2017

Wesleyan graduates more than 200 students

On May 13, Wesleyan graduated more than 200 students at the MacGormen Chapel of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary,according to txwes.edu. The event featured Dr. Kent Paredes Scribner, superintendent of the Fort Worth Independent School District. On May 12, three scuba minors were “finned and pinned” in an underwater graduation.

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11 May 2017

Jared Cook

Jared Cook is graduating with a dual degree BBA and MBA in accounting with fraud emphasis. In his time at Texas Wesleyan, he accomplished many things. His biggest accomplishment has been involvement with the business honor society Beta Gamma Sigma. He was inducted into the society in 2015. Since being

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29 Apr 2017

Will Trump start another world war?

On April 4, at least 58 people were killed in a chemical attack on the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun; this led President Donald Trump to fire missiles into Syria two days later, according to cnn.com. As a result, people in the United States have started to question whether history

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27 Apr 2017

students were excited for awards day

Joe Brown, a dean of freshman and professor of liberal arts, has enjoyed being the master of ceremonies for the annual Awards Day at Texas Wesleyan. Brown said the ceremony celebrates the best in academics at Texas Wesleyan. “It celebrates our students and it’s kind of all-encompassing,” Brown said. “It’s

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15 Apr 2017

Should doctors lie to their patients?

The Texas Senate has recently made headlines due to considering Senate Bill 25, a bill that would prevent parents from suing their doctor if their baby is born with disability. The bill which was proposed back in March has become controversial because critics, including some doctors, say pro-life doctors would

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