Wesleyan’s Mortar Board is one of only 230 prestigious chapters across the nation. The national honor society for senior students prides itself and lifelong members on the principles of scholarship, leadership and service. Mortar Board began with two students who met coincidentally in 1918. Although the students were from different campuses,
The Language Company on the Wesleyan campus has brought in many new faces from around the world on top of the international students already based in Texas. One such student is Mathilde Rousselle, and she is from Thoard, France. She is not a typical Fort Worth Language Company student because
The Texas Wesleyan University Men’s Basketball program will host open tryouts on Sunday, April 27. The tryout will be held in the Sid Richardson Center at 1:00 p.m. and is open to any high school graduate that has college eligibility remaining and will cost $20 per person to take part.
For over six decades Theatre Wesleyan has put on an annual musical. To mark the 60th anniversary, Theatre Wesleyan will present “The Drowsy Chaperone” April 24-27. Directed by professor of theatre Connie Whitt-Lambert, the performance will run one weekend only with the debut on Thursday April 24, at 7:30 p.m. in
Ekere Tallie, poet, educator, speaker and poetry editor of “African Voices,” graced Texas Wesleyan’s Martin Hall. On March 25,as keynote presenter at the 33rd annual Goostree Symposium, Tallie discussed “Success is…success ain’t: redefining what it means to make it.” On being an artist Tallie described her work as an exploration of silence, sexism, racism