31 Mar 2015

College campuses should not have guns

Just how far is the Lone Star State ready to go to promote gun rights? Trigger-friendly Texans are currently promoting two bills that could change our way of life. One, House Bill 937, would permit concealed handgun license holders to bring their firearms onto any public college or university campus

30 Mar 2015

Speaker series starts Tuesday

The Marjorie Herrera Lewis Endowed Speakers Series kicks off with best-selling author David Thomas at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday in Martin Hall. Lewis, who worked for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram covering Texas Wesleyan’s basketball team, and, later, the Dallas Cowboys, said the series would focus on sports figures, including former athletes,

29 Mar 2015

SGA to fund toast for graduating seniors

The Student Government Association voted on Thursday to fund a toast for graduating seniors. The toast for all graduating Wesleyan students will be at Shaw’s Patio and Grill on April 30. The SGA approved $800 for the event. “Shaw’s Patio and Grill is owned by Wesleyan alums,” said Senior Class

25 Mar 2015

Franey surprised that Lady Rams had to forfeit games

Women’s basketball head coach Bill Franey said Tuesday that he was surprised that the team had to forfeit four games this season. Franey said that the forfeits were due to a player dropping below 12 hours of enrollment. “We were having a great season, and all of a sudden we

24 Mar 2015

Count on the Arizona Wildcats to surprise in March Madness

March Madness is the best time of the year for a college basketball fan, because 64 of the best teams in college basketball battle it out to see who is crowned the NCAA National Champion. The tournament opened on March 19 with several upsets. In the West Region, No. 14