By Dakota Baggett email@example.com On Sept. 23, the Dillow House, a century old historic landmark located on Rosedale just across the street from the University, burned down in the middle of the night. The building had been in use by the university until 2007 but had been condemned for about five years. While
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Students who plan to attend graduate or professional programs after graduating from Texas Wesleyan may feel a bit of worry at this time of year. Luckily, an upcoming event can help them feel more confident with the all-important entrance tests because taking practice examinations at the upcoming Test Fest can
Graham’s Grail Reading Sunday at Wesleyan By Dakota Baggett firstname.lastname@example.org Sunday, Sept. 29, John Humphrey, a senior English Major with a secondary education certification at Texas Wesleyan and author of the play “Graham’s Grail”, will have a reading of his work at 2 p.m. in Theatre Wesleyan on campus. It
Tarrant County conducted a ground spraying Monday, Aug. 26, for mosquitoes that carry the West Nile virus to counteract possible insect infestation. David Jefferson, environmental health manager for the County Health Department, said the group has sprayed in the unincorporated areas. This means the CHD may make a recommendation to