The TXWES Esports Program has made great strides in building its community, expanding its influence, and formalizing teams since it began in fall 2018, according to Eugene Frier, director of the TXWES Esports Program and Recreation. Frier said Jacob Chesney, senior general business administration major, coach for the Hearthstone team
West Library hosted a read-in of the Angie Thomas young adult novel “The Hate U Give” Wednesday afternoon as part of the second annual TxWes Reads program. The TxWes Reads program was put together to get students at Wesleyan to read and connect over a single book, Reference Librarian Risa
Faculty from the West Library discussed the new TxWes Makers Lab at Tuesday’s 2020 Town Hall Meeting. Library Director Elizabeth Howard gave a slide presentation about the new space and how it can be utilized by Wesleyan students, faculty and staff. “It is a space where you can be inventive
Theatre Wesleyan will be kicking off the spring semester with a student-directed performance of “Smokefall” at the Thad Smotherman Theatre from Feb. 14 to Feb. 24. Alexandra Flurry, a senior theatre major, will be playing the role of Violet. She summarized Noah Haidle’s play to be about a dysfunctional family.
The School of Business has just been renewed for the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accreditation following its initial accreditation in 2014, according to txwes.edu. “It shows that we are committed to the institution’s skills and we are also demonstrating that we are staying scholarly active as