27 Mar 2013

‘Returning to roots’ seems irrelevant due to homogenized society [LETTER]

Familiarity breeds contempt. I had not heard this phrase in a long time until talking to the sponsor of my sorority – Ann Smith. She used it in the context of preventing sorority members from becoming segregated within their own society. It is the phrase that hung in the back

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07 Mar 2013

Student uses hip hop to inform others

[Previously published in the Feb. 8, 2012 issue of the Rambler] Garrison Hawley, sophomore English major, also known as Hawley G is setting out to make his mark in the world of hip hop. Born Oct. 10, 1991 in Missouri City, Texas, Hawley G knew he was destined to be

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06 Mar 2013

Navy veteran serves country, classmates [VETERAN – Part 1]

Every veteran of war has a symbol he or she is proud of. Every soldier served in a unit that had a symbol or “code of arms” as an identifying marker that brought pride. After their service, some veterans later wear these symbols as badges of honor, proof that they

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06 Mar 2013

Pro Joe commends Rambler Opinions [Letter to Editor]

I really enjoyed the two articles on “Crime by students …”  and “International Student increase is exciting …” in the Feb. 20 Rambler. Regarding the crime article … as someone who has taught at Wesleyan for 35 years and been on campus all days and hours of the week,  I

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10 Feb 2013

Lady Ram golfers use inner peace to focus swing.

The Texas Wesleayan women’s golf team takes training to another level in order to keep their head in the game.

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