01 May 2014

Texas Wesleyan’s best Bakeries in Fort Worth

Since moving to Texas four years ago, I’ve noticed that my eating habits have changed, and the food I eat is different to what I would eat back home In the United Kingdom. In my last review of the best breakfasts in Fort Worth, I looked some of the best

21 Apr 2014

TexasWesleyan’s best breakfast spots

After being in Texas for almost four years now, I’ve found that breakfast here is very different to anything I’ve had before. For example people eat Southern foods like biscuits with gravy, grits and pancakes.  In Europe people tend to have a light continental breakfast that includes fruit or perhaps

18 Apr 2014

Texas Wesleyan’s Presidents Honor Concert- reviewed

The President’s Honors Concert is the musical event that happens just one time a year.  Now in its 18th year, the concert was held on Friday, April 4, in Martin Hall. In most years, this special event is held in February.  This year, however, that was not the case. Winter

10 Apr 2014

Insanity fitness keeps Texas Wesleyan students in shape

Aaron Whaley, the supervisor of the Insanity fitness program and the director of the Morton Fitness Center, recently discussed how the Insanity routine gives great cardiovascular benefits to students and faculty/staff of all fitness levels. Several students who have taken the fitness classes also weighed in about the schedule and

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31 Mar 2014

Texas Wesleyan presents The Fisher-McDonald Duo

Critic Reviews London Premiere of Avebury Stone Circles Just before spring break music department chair and Professor Dr. John Fisher set off to London to go with South African soprano Suré Eloff as they premiered the song cycle “Avebury Stone Circles” by Gregory Rose. The pair put on two separate