08 Apr 2019

New art exhibition gives Wesleyan “Hope”

The Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio will begin showing a new art exhibit, “Hope,” on Monday. The artist is Chicago native Martin Brief. “The exhibition is made up of 1,116 small oil pastel drawings mounted on the walls of the gallery in a grid,” Brief wrote in an email from

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05 Apr 2019

DeLotto publishes short story turned novel

Dr. Jeffrey DeLotto was be able to check “publish novel” off his to-do list after publishing his first novel, “A Caddo’s Way,” in October 2018. DeLotto said was inspired to write about the Caddo Indians after a visit to Caddo Mounds State Historic Site in Alto, south of Tyler. “They

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30 Mar 2019

Marvel unleashes first female lead

Alien sci-fi and ‘90s nostalgia collide in Marvel’s newest film “Captain Marvel” to create a story of heroine trying to find her identity, figure out her powers and save the world. Heading into this movie with no knowledge on Captain Marvel besides a trailer and my limited knowledge of Marvel

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18 Mar 2019

Guest recital to feature ALTIUS Quartet, principal DSO harpist

The Department of Music will be presenting a performance-filled afternoon on March 18 in the Nicholas Martin Hall. The audience can expect to see performances from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Principal Harpist Emily Levine, the ALTIUS Quartet, and faculty members. Keith Critcher, an adjunct instructor of music, wrote in an

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08 Mar 2019

Wind Ensemble performs at Martin Hall

Family, friends, and students gathered at Nicholas Martin Hall on Thursday night to watch the Wind Ensemble concert hosted by the Department of Music. Dr. Paul Sikes, assistant professor of music, conducted the students. The concert included pieces by Ralph Vaughan Williams; Johann Sebastian Bach arranged by Alfred Reed; William

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