29 Jan 2018

Garcia performs a culturally-inclusive recital at Martin Hall

Soprano singer Nereida Garcia, accompanied by collaborative pianist Keith Critcher, performed a guest recital at Nicholas Martin Hall on Thursday night. The recital included a blend of works that have Hispano-American roots. The pieces encompassed the countries of Argentina, Brazil, Spain, and Mexico, according to a pamphlet given out at

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26 Jan 2018

Former volleyball player accuses head coach of discrimination

A former Texas Wesleyan volleyball player has accused head coach Priscilla Morgan of kicking her off the team because she is a lesbian. Brittni Mohle, a sophomore who had played for Texas Wesleyan since her freshman year, said Thursday that Morgan removed her from the team on Dec. 6, 2017,

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24 Jan 2018

West Library hosts “1984” panel discussion

A panel discussion about George Orwell`s novel “1984” was held on Tuesday at the Eunice & James L. West Library. The discussion touched on such issues as how totalitarian government, media manipulation, and advanced technology can be used to control people. Dr. Kay L. Colley, associate professor of mass communication

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23 Jan 2018

Seniors attend Spring Grad Kickoff

Senior political science and English major Zahraa Saheb and several other seniors gathered at Lou’s Place Tuesday morning for the 2018 Spring Grad Kickoff. “I’m very excited about graduating,” Saheb said. “I’m just here to get more information about what I can do to successfully graduate.” At the kickoff, which

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19 Jan 2018

Campus keeps busy during break

While Texas Wesleyan students, faculty and staff were enjoying their winter break, the campus hardly slowed down. Over the break, campus renovations were underway, the men and women’s basketball teams experienced several challenges, and a new graduate program was created. For renovations, improvements were made with electrical, heating and cooling

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