31 Jan 2019

Famous pianists perform duo recital in Martin Hall

Video by Tina Huynh Internationally renowned pianists Boaz Sharon and Pavel Nersessian performed a duo-piano recital in Nicholas Martin Hall on Monday.   Sharon and Nersessian both teach at Boston University and have performed around the world, recently coming back from a tour in China, according to Dr. Ilka Araujo, associate professor of piano and music history.  Araujo received her master’s

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09 Nov 2016

So you’re moving to Canada, eh?

As this is being written, neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump has yet been elected president. But what’s obvious is that in the runup to this week’s presidential election, many Americans seem to be wondering if it’s time to abandon ship and head north if their favorite candidate loses. According

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06 Sep 2016

West Express Eatery: Fast Food, or Rush Job?

Texas Wesleyan University’s GrilleWorks restaurant, previously located in the Brown-Lupton Campus Center, had its grand reopening on Aug. 30 in the Baker Building as the West Express Eatery. With a new name, new menu items and a new location, the adjustment period for students is only beginning. The first thing

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18 Aug 2016

Memorial service held for reference librarian Kate Wiant

Students, faculty, and community members gathered on Thursday to mourn the loss of and celebrate the life of Martha “Kate” Wiant. The ceremony, held in the sanctuary of Poly United Methodist Church during free period, included eulogies and several hymns. “She patiently gave 110 percent in these endeavors, and always

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19 Apr 2016

Don’t freak out about graduation fears

A few days ago I was scrolling through social media searching for a controversial topic or trending issue to write this issue’s opinion piece. However, the article that caught my eye seemed much more relatable to me than Donald Trump, police brutality or some celebrity, especially at this moment in