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Video by LaTerraWair During National Women’s History Month, junior theatre major, Skylar Peters organizes a run and competition for the men on Texas Wesleyans campus to help promote awareness.
Texas Wesleyan students can now see “Avenue Q” for free thanks to the Student Government Association. SGA passed the Student Theatrical Experience Fund Bill at Thursday’s general business meeting to cover the cost of 250 tickets at $10 a ticket. The bill was presented by Arts and Letters Representative Kaylia
For Juan Taboada, Ash Wednesday not only signifies the start of Lent, but also sacrificing things you love for Jesus Christ. Taboada was one of more than a dozen Texas Wesleyan students to receive ashes on his forehead on Wednesday in the sanctuary of the Polytechnic United Methodist Church; the
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated kicked off its Finer Womanhood Week with The Game of Life on Monday night. More than 20 students showed up to play the game in the Carter Conference Room in the Brown-Lupton Campus Center. “It is our civic engagement workshop in which we help teaching people how to be more be engaged with