31 Jan 2014

Wesleyan- diamond in the rough of Poly Heights

Wesleyan can sometimes be seen as a diamond in the rough. The term diamond in the rough is described by urbandictionary.com as “someone (or something) that has hidden exceptional characteristics and/or future potential, but currently lacks the final touches that would make them (or it) truly stand out from the

27 Jan 2014

New sidewalks should only be begining

Walking around campus I couldn’t help but feel joy because of the sidewalk repairs going on. Change is great, especially when it is going to benefit students, especially for students with disabilities. I honestly think that while  the school is working hard to get everything done, this is something that

27 Nov 2013

The holidays: A weird and strange time of the year

Dakota Baggett dabaggett@txwes.edu The holidays… what can I say about the holidays? Well, for me the Holidays have always been a bit weird, and this year will be no exception. This is attributed to the fact that I have an odd mix of people in my family, and everybody has their

26 Nov 2013

Gun licenses for the visually impaired? Give me a break

John Ortega jaortega@txwes.edu Let me start by saying that I am all for equality. I am a civil rights champion. I openly advocate for equal pay, racial equality and fair treatment for all. Keep that in mind. Iowa has recently granted concealed and carry rights to the…blind. Yes, you heard

22 Nov 2013

Slippery, uneven sidewalks remain growing concern

With upcoming construction on the Rosedale Renaissance project, many students and faculty of the Wesleyan community are looking forward to the improvements on the sidewalks on Rosedale Street. However, what students have also been looking forward to is not only the sidewalks outside of campus, but inside the campus as