The new semester brings a new look and feel to Wesleyan’s historic campus. Improvements began to take shape in the spring. And continued throughout the summer.
The Texas Wesleyan Rambler office in Art North was broken into July 22. Several cameras, video recorders and computers were missing. No one was injured. Dr. Kay Colley, Head of department of Mass Communications, discovered the crime scene around 8:30 a.m. “At first everything seemed normal” Colley
The Subway on Rosedale street is now reopen, just in time for the Fall 2014 semester. This is really good news, since Dora’s will be unavailable to the students when the semester begins
The Rambler’s own David Hagen, former mass communication major and editor/content producer for The Rambler, is excited about what the future holds. “It feels amazing to graduate, and [the graduation] ceremony was great fun,” Hagen said. “I have two more summer classes, [and] then I can start working in my
The Fort Worth Fire Department responded to fire alarms from the first floor nursery in Polytechnic United Methodist Church, on June 12, 2014, just before 8 a.m. The fire department and Wesleyan maintenance crew have not confirmed the exact cause of the fire. But, the fire allegedly resulted from overheated wiring