24 Mar 2015

Slabach promises parking changes

Texas Wesleyan President Frederick G. Slabach said Thursday that changes will be made this summer to dormitory parking. Speaking at the weekly Student Government Association meeting, Slabach said that West Village residents are not using their designated parking and instead are using Stella Hall’s limited parking. The result is that

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17 Mar 2015

Hunt, Saheb crowned homecoming king and queen

Senior mass communication major Jeremy Hunt and senior biology and psychology major Fauz Saheb were crowned Texas Wesleyan’s 2015 homecoming king and queen on Tuesday. “I didn’t really feel like I was competing, because Victoria, my competition, is my friend so I would have been fine either way,” Shaheb said after the

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17 Mar 2015

Fifty Shades of Grey disappoints

“50 Shades of Grey” is probably one of the worst films I have seen in a while, and that is saying something, considering I enjoyed the trilogy of novels by E. L. James.   Honestly, my expectations were low. Movies that promote themselves as hard as “50 Shades” usually end

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17 Mar 2015

Sims receives recognition for tutoring from national organization

In only her second semester working at the Academic Success Center, Kime Sims has received recognition from the National College Learning Center Association. Sims, an English major, said she was extremely surprised.   “When someone compliments me on my work and not just on me I accept hat more readily,”

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17 Mar 2015

Threats impresses in first season for the Lady Rams

Katelynn Threats has only been playing for the Lady Rams since November, but she’s already making her presence felt in the lineup.   Threats, a 21-year old sophomore forward from Fort Worth, currently averages 15.2 points per game, good for fourth in the Sooner Athletic Conference, and 40th among the

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