30 Aug 2013

Check out the First Episode of Sports Access

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7rdQOMk0N8&feature=share&list=UUbwydBYVH_-0K1ACWqnVLYw This video is the first Sports Access of the Fall 2013 semester. Host, Mariah Bosilikwa, talks about everything that has happened in sports so far this season. Martika Cook also presents a story about the Lady Rams New Volley Ball Coach.   Enjoy and remember to leave a comment

24 Apr 2013

Holland takes SGA office, investigation yields no evidence of campaign errors

Election accusations could not stop Kelsi Holland from being elected the next Student Government Association president April 23. Chris Windsor, assistant dean of students, said students told school officials that a Texas Wesleyan professor told students in a class they would receive extra credit if they voted for Holland, a junior sociology

01 Apr 2013

‘Admissions’ gets approval, but not a must-see [REVIEW]

Candace gives a review of the recently released movie starring Tina Fey and Paul Rudd, ‘Admissions’.

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

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