26 Jan 2014

Construction slows Fort Worth traffic to a crawl

Story by: Gates Lopez All around Fort Worth, and especially north Fort Worth, people have been experiencing a big change in their lives because of the construction on North Loop 820 and Interstate 35.  This construction spans from the I35/820 east split to North Richland Hills and Hurst.  People who

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19 Dec 2013

Rash of break-ins sweeps Texas Wesleyan

The office of Dr. Dean Steven Daniell’s, dean of school of the Arts and Letters, on the second floor of Polytechnic United Methodist Church was broken into on Monday morning, Dec. 16 according to Blake Bumbard, security manager of Texas Wesleyan. “Office workers confirm that there was $100 missing from an

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01 Dec 2013

Nurse Anesthesia program at Wesleyan continues awarding doctorates

Austin Iba haiba@txwes.edu At the Health Science/Nurse Anesthesia building on the corner of Avenue B graduate students are learning the practice of nurse anesthesia and have welcomed the first doctorate recipients over the last two years. Let’s be clear: Wesleyan’s Nurse Anesthesia is not a nursing program. It is a

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01 Dec 2013

Texas Wesleyan Homecoming: 2013 review, 2014 preview

Austin Iba haiba@txwes.edu After everyone comes back from Thanksgiving break, Texas Wesleyan Homecoming will be right around the corner. The Wesleyan Homecoming is an event for current students and alumni to visit the school and see a basketball game. Homecoming at Wesleyan is really a “home-coming.” It is a great

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22 Nov 2013

Recent sidewalk petitions send notice to administration

On Tuesday, Oct. 14, the Student Government Association released a petition to improve all the cracked and uneven sidewalks of Wesleyan. Some students have been signing the petition in hopes of approval from administration.   Hafidh Alghussein, junior school of business representative, has a positive attitude about repairing the sidewalks and

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