Ida Joiner is a student at Texas Wesleyan currently working on her doctorate in education, yet she has already done so much in her lifetime. And although she has only been in Texas for a year and a half, Joiner has already done a lot in her new state. “I
What does it feel like to finally have a doctorate degree? It feels like having a weight being lifted off of you. At least that’s what Dr. Patricia Chastain says. Chastain, the student employment coordinator for Career Services, had her doctorial defense on Sept. 20 at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
Fort Worth became a certified Blue Zones Community in October, a milestone for the city in terms of health and well-being. The Blue Zones Project is a community movement that encourages people to improve their health and well-being, Alexis Patterson from the Fort Worth Blue Zones Project wrote in an
Jacob Chesney believes that the Texas Wesleyan eSports program has allowed nonsocial students to engage in something bigger than themselves, something they normally wouldn’t engage in. Having been playing video games since he was six, the captain of the Hearthstone team and the program’s coordinator thinks that the Wesleyan program
When a reader reaches the end of a chapter, they have to turn the page. New characters are to be introduced, different scenarios will be explored, and the reader will be eager to read what is next. Like books, life is made up of chapters, too. People have to start