05 Feb 2014

Young teen battles ADHD part 1

Chances are you have encountered a young person who has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). In the early 1980s, ADHD was deemed the culprit for anyone, aged 3-18, who showed signs of hyperactivity. In recent years, the defining symptoms have increased, and they are not unlike those of other pediatric mental disorders.

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29 Jan 2014

Fall into Spring

Last semester went relatively quickly; however, the spring semester seems to go by in a blink of an eye. With tests, projects and sporting events, Texas Wesleyan seems to be buzzing with a little bit more life in the spring than the fall. Homecoming is one of the biggest events

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27 Jan 2014

Deadline for University College Day 2014, February 16th

University College Day is going to take place on April 9, 2014. The theme for this year’s UCD is  Sustainability or “Think Global, Start Local.” College Day will begin at 8:30a.m. As in year’s past, UCD will consist mainly of presentations by students with faculty advisors on topics on research, class projects

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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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