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

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

31 Mar 2017

Transitioning problems for students

On Feb. 22, the Trump administration revoked federal guidelines put in place during the Obama administration, specifying that transgender students only have the right to use public bathrooms that match their identities, according to an article in the Washington Post. The Barack Obama administration had set guidelines for expanded transgender

01 Feb 2017

Should online shares be selective?

The ability to connect with the masses through social media has changed the world.  For many people, the constant need to check or post on social media has become an essential part of our day-to-day plans. According to digitaltrends.com, people in the U.S. check some type of social media account