Dr. Kit Hall is a professor of art at Texas Wesleyan University. She teaches drawing, and is also the director of Wesleyan’s Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio. Hall was chair of the Art Department at Wesleyan before it was dissolved. Hall has kept a framed photo of an article in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram from 1940 about how students at the time created the
Theatre Wesleyan hosted its spring studio voice recital on Monday night in the Thad Smotherman Theatre. The students presented a combination of singing and piano playing. According to txwes.edu, the selections included a mix of classic and contemporary Broadway musicals, and songs by popular artists. Adjunct instructors of voice and
Texas Wesleyan students are letting their geek flags fly through Geek Week events being held all over campus. The events were the idea of students Akeel Johnson and Bailey Dozier, who wanted to host a week similar to Greek Week that targets the students around campus that are invested in
Junior theatre major Reagan Fraze will be playing the role of Laurey in Theatre Wesleyan’s production of “Oklahoma!” Fraze is very familiar to Theatre Wesleyan. She wrote in an email that she has been involved in three shows in the 2017-2018 school year. “For ‘Blithe Spirit,’ I was on the
Texas Wesleyan University students assembled into the Baker Building on Thursday for an open mic event held every semester called Naked But Real hosted by Residence Life. The event gives students a way to express emotion and broadcast their talents in front of their Ram family in a judgment-free room.