Students gather every Tuesday during free period in the third floor of the Polytechnic United Methodist Church for Common Meal. The students eat lunch provided by Spiritual Life while they talk about lighthearted topics. Taylor Date, a junior religion major and one of the chaplain assistants, helps direct Common Meal.
Congressman Marc Veasey has spent the last five years serving as the United States Representative for Texas’ Congressional District 33. He is up for re-election on Nov. 6 against Republican Willie Billups and Libertarian Jason Reeves. Veasey has worked on the issues closest to him, which include education, health care
As a kid, all Ricky Dotson only ever dreamed of being was be a basketball coach. Dotson remembers going to practices with his dad, Dale Dotson, who was an assistant coach at the University of Texas. Dotson said he used to hang out at the gym and around the offices
Most people do not question the shape of the Earth. It is something explained to us as children that we accept and move on. However, for some, the shape of the Earth matters significantly, especially to those who believe it is flat. A group of people called Flat Earthers who
Bilingual education major Jackie Guevara’s original plan was to attend University of Texas at Arlington, but she felt as though their process was too rushed. She said that advisors at Wesleyan weren’t like that, and they are big reason why she’s a Ram now. “Right away I feel like he