15 Apr 2016

Peacemakers seek resolutions

Wesleyan’s Texas Peacemakers want everybody to get along. The team, which has been in existence since 2008, travels to state and national mediation competitions to practice resolution skills on mock civil court cases. “What we teach is an alternative form to solve disputes among people,” said Dr. Michelle Payne, who

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13 Apr 2016

Prud’homme ready for new start

How do you build something out of nothing? When there’s no start or end in sight, where do you begin? Texas Wesleyan head football coach Joe Prud’homme believes you start at the source. “Start with the culture, having all of our players in the same mindset,” said Prud’homme, a 52-year-old

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07 Apr 2016

Squyres loves to ride unicycle

Nicholas Squyres is a self-described weirdo and performer who is known by most people around campus as Unicycle Guy. Squyres, a 25-year-old senior music major with concentration in voice with a specialization in composition, is an eccentric man who is recognizable because of the blue and gold unicycle he rides

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15 Mar 2016

Duo to play concert in March

Dr. John Fisher and Dr. Bruce McDonald met at Texas Wesleyan in the fall of 1995, but they didn’t perform together until eight years later. Fisher, a Doctor of music, said that he and McDonald, an associate professor of religion, work well together when they perform duo-piano, which means they perform

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12 Mar 2016

Ex-cop is new head of security

Every day, Chris Beckrich gets ready to come to his new career at Texas Wesleyan with a smile on his face. Beckrich is Wesleyan’s new director of safety and security, and he said he is already enjoying his transition from a career as a Fort Worth police officer, which he

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