10 Feb 2014

Medicating students could cause more harm than good: ADHD part 2

 ADHD and the medications prescribed for it are a topic that interests more than 5,000,000-people across the United States. The National Alliance on Mental Health reported over 1000 patients with ADHD who committed suicide in 2010. But consumers will not find suicide listed on the Food and Drug Administration’s labeling for ADHD

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10 Feb 2014

Dr. Sean Stokes has Valentines advice for Texas Wesleyan students

Candies and flowers on Valentine’s Day is not the best way to convey love in a relationship. Dr. Sean Stokes, assistant professor of graduate counseling at Texas Wesleyan, gives some preliminary advice for Valentine’s Day. “First, have fun. Next, don’t forget to have fun when you are in a relationship” said Dr. Stokes. “Couples need to get to-know each other,  aside

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10 Feb 2014

Psi Chi is raising money for Safe Haven women’s shelter

Texas Wesleyan’s Psi Chi, international honor society, began the new year with an exceptional act of philanthropy.  The phycology honors club volunteered for Safe Haven women’s shelter. Safe Haven is an organization that helps with domestic violence. For every dollar donated, the donor’s names are placed in a drawing to win gift cards and a Valentine heart

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10 Feb 2014

Office of Admissions moved to Baker-Martin House.

Students looking for the Texas Wesleyan Office of Admissions can now find it at the Baker Martin House. With the start of the new year, the Admissions Office has made a few changes. It moved its office to its own space from the O’Neal- Sells Building to the Baker-Martin House. The

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05 Feb 2014

Students on Black History Month, Then & Now

Zealous black college students, of the late 1960s, played a large role in the nationwide popularization of Black History Month. With a newfound pride and African cognizance, black students initiated Black History clubs focusing not only on the past but also on the present and future generations. Frequent topics of

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