28 Jan 2015

Wesleyan student remembered

Texas Wesleyan University political science major William T. Harrison died on Friday,  according to a university official. Harrison was scheduled to graduate in May and had been involved with the National Society of Leadership and Success, Mortar Board, 3PR, Phi Alpha Delta, Pi Gamma Mu, and Pi Sigma Alpha, according

28 Jan 2015

Death of King Abdullah concerns students at Wesleyan

The death last week of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia saddened several Texas Wesleyan University students from the country. “It was a big loss for the whole Saudi nation and not just the Saudi nation but other countries as well,” said Hafidh “Fez” Alghussein, a senior business finance major who

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27 Jan 2015

Sumners scholarship deadline approaches

The Hatton W. Sumners Scholarship Foundation began awarding scholarships to Texas Wesleyan University students in 1994. The scholarship is generally awarded to outstanding juniors and seniors studying political science, pre-law, history, or social studies, according to txwes.edu. However, students from other studies who possess strong leadership skills, high academics, and

21 Jan 2015

Slabach confident about Wesleyan’s future

Texas Wesleyan University President Frederick G. Slabach gave a “state of the university” speech Tuesday in Martin Hall, discussing the university’s progress in campus life, fundraising and enrollment. The university is working toward the 2020 Vision and increasing awareness of Wesleyan in Fort Worth, Slabach said. “As we approach the

16 Jan 2015

Wesleyan closed for MLK Day

Texas Wesleyan University will be closed on Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The Black Students Association will be joining hundreds of others to pay tribute to King at a parade in Fort Worth that begins at 11 a.m. at Ninth and Commerce streets and ends at Sundance Square.