Maria Arreloa’s purple hair isn’t the only thing that makes her stand out. On May 16, Arreloa, 24, will be walking across the stage to receive her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology from Texas Wesleyan at Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary. She will be the first person in her family
Dr. Pam Rast didn’t know what to say. Weeks ago, when she was told by a friend that she was going to be inducted into the Southwest Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame this summer, she was shocked. The woman that told her, an old friend, “said she was going
Dr. Ellen “Aileen” Curtin’s first art exhibition was a long time coming. As in most of her life. In April, Curtin, a professor of education, held an exhibition, Memories and Moments in Time, at the C. E. Hyde Gallery in the Law Sone Fine Arts Center. The 89 paintings showed
The new semester brings a new look and feel to Wesleyan’s historic campus. Improvements began to take shape in the spring. And continued throughout the summer.
The Subway on Rosedale street is now reopen, just in time for the Fall 2014 semester. This is really good news, since Dora’s will be unavailable to the students when the semester begins