24 Oct 2014

Abbott, Davis face off in Texas’ 2014 gubernatorial election

On Nov. 4, Texans will cast their votes in the gubernatorial election of 2014. And the look of Texas politics could change for the first time in over a decade. While Sen. Wendy Davis (D) and Attorney General Greg Abbott (R) are leading the polls thus far, Libertarian Party candidate

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20 Oct 2014

Arrested basketball players have representation

The two Texas Wesleyan University basketball players arrested on campus Oct. 9 now have legal representation, said Melody McDonald, public information officer for the Tarrant County District Attorney. Darrell Andre Robertson and Malik E. Wineglass were booked into the Tarrant County Jail at 10:08 a.m Saturday Oct. 9 according to a Fort Worth Police

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17 Oct 2014

Bubble Soccer

Bubble soccer came to Wesleyan on Sept. 30, with students suiting up for a no holes barred match on the mall. Students from various majors, dressed in various attires, showed up for the friendly competition, which followed the second annual fashion show. Muhammad Hasona, freshman biology major expressed his enthusiasm

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07 Oct 2014

Two Wesleyan basketball players remain in jail

The two Texas Wesleyan University basketball players arrested on campus Saturday morning remained in the Tarrant County Jail on Friday, officials said. Darrell Andre Robertson and Malik E. Wineglass were booked into the Tarrant County Jail at 10:08 a.m Saturday, according to a Fort Worth Police Department incident report. Robertson was charged

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03 Oct 2014

Fighting to legalizing marijuana in Texas

Dallas/ Fort Worth residents rally to change marijuana laws in Texas. The group is called DFW NORML and they are calling for Texas legislator to make marijuana legal. NORML stands for the National Organization to Reform Marijuana Laws and the organization has grown nationally since it was created in 1975.

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