The end of the year is a lot like driving with the gas light on. You’re completely aware that you are on your last gallon of gas. You keep reminding yourself to make it to the nearest gas station. You panic about the fact you are so close to your
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
With the first pick in the 2015 NFL draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select: Jameis Winston, quarterback, Florida State. The NFL draft kicked off last Thursday. This is always a fun time, because it is interesting to see what direction your favorite team is going, in order to get ready
The 2015 season was not all the Texas Wesleyan baseball and softball teams had hoped for. Both teams finished with overall records below .500, and both teams were plagued by various problems including, in the case of the baseball team, injuries and academic ineligibility, according to baseball coach Mike Jeffcoat.