Six years ago, circulation clerk Elizabeth Howard walked up and down the aisles of the Eunice and James L. West Library, selecting books at random. Taking a book from the shelf, she continues without opening to read it. A few aisles down, she finds another book of similar size
Football players kneeling during the national anthem has become extremely controversial. Texas Wesleyan Athletic Director Steve Trachier said he has mixed emotions about the subject. “I have three brothers who served in the armed forces and were honored with military funerals,” said Trachier, who is also head women’s basketball coach.
Amber Tuma had only been gone 45 minutes when her backpack disappeared from her back seat. “I parked beside the Texas Wesleyan bookstore on Rosedale Street,” Tuma said. “There were other cars there, so I didn’t think anything about it. I was like, ‘Oh my God, my backpack is heavy,’
On Thursday, Texas Wesleyan received a flood of new students from Fort Worth. Sponsored by the School of Education, the annual Science and Reading Camp brought hundreds of city students from elementary school to high school to campus for a day of learning. Most are immigrants and refugees who are