09 Mar 2017

Be aware of dangers on spring break

Texas Wesleyan students and staff have already began taking precautions for any dangers spring break might bring. Chris Beckrich, Wesleyan’s director of campus safety and security, said that drinking is by far the most common safety issue affecting college students on spring break. “We actually have very few drunk incidents

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08 Mar 2017

Cowboys sideline reporter speaks about women in sports media

Dallas Cowboys sideline reporter Kristi Scales planned on being a teacher after graduating from Texas A&M. The only reason she got involved in radio was because she needed a part-time job for the summer. “I was hired by them (KVIL) with no experience,” Scales said Tuesday during a talk she

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08 Mar 2017

Wesleyan introduces pantry

Senior sociology major Lessie Haney, a mother of five, knows how it feels to struggle with finances while in college. So when Dr. Alison Simons, assistant professor of sociology, approached her about Texas Wesleyan’s food pantry, she jumped at the chance to help. “She had told me about the food

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06 Mar 2017

Cowboys sideline reporter to speak at Martin Hall on Tuesday

Flashback to 1984: Marjorie Herrera Lewis was new to the big city of Fort Worth and had just gotten her first big newspaper job at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. As a new beat reporter, she was assigned Texas Wesleyan’s basketball teams and was determined to sink her teeth into sports

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03 Mar 2017

Saheb returns to her post as SGA president

Student Government Association President Zahraa Saheb returned on Thursday to leading the organization’s weekly meeting, six days after the impeachment document against her was deemed invalid by a campus official. An impeachment petition was given to Saheb on Feb. 2 by then-Chief Justice Mason Standish, who resigned his position on

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