07 Apr 2014

Wesleyan strives to improve safety

As you know, Wesleyan is undergoing many changes recently with the trees, sidewalks and more trees, but what you do not see is the steps Wesleyan is doing to try to keep us safe. After spring break all the university faculty and staff was required to receive training about weather,

28 Mar 2014

Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government elections are here

According to the Texas Wesleyan website, the mission of the Student Government Association  is “to interact with the administration, faculty, staff and students on behalf of the Student Body for the benefit of the students and student life on campus. In order for the students to be represented effectively, elections are

20 Mar 2014

Texas Wesleyan’s Mass Communications department gets a facelift

Starting Fall 2014, the mass communications department curriculum will change to better help students expertise towards their desired career. The Mass Communications department will follow the conversant media model other communication departments across the university are following. In Summer 2013 Dr. Kay Colley, assistant professor of mass communications, attended national

19 Mar 2014

Texas Wesleyan shares music with the United Kingdom

Professor and Music Department chairman Dr. John Fisher traveled with South African soprano Suré Eloff  to England to debut Gregory Rose’s song cycle “Avebury Stone Circles” March 13 and 15. Over spring break there were two performances: one at the Church of St. Mary-le-bow, Cheapside, in central London, on March 13 and another at the

17 Mar 2014

Texas Wesleyan’s University College Day is Wednesday

University College Day takes place on Wednesday, April 9. “Think Global, Start Local”  will be this years theme.   The two guest speakers scheduled are Katharine Hayhoe, PhD, associate professor at Texas Tech; and Stefan Stamoulis. University College Day will feature events from 8:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Texas Wesleyan’s Senior Vice President and Provost, Allen