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

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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

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22 Nov 2013

The never-ending cons of smoking are here, there, everywhere

After my class, I was talking to two of my friends who are smokers. As my friend finishes her cigarette, she puts it out on the ground then holds onto it. I must have given a look of confusion or shock because my friend said, “I hold onto my cigarettes

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18 Nov 2013

No Shave November raises cancer research awareness

Starting Nov. 1, guys all across America had baby faces, and as we near the end of the month, they will have full blown beards. What then is No Shave November? According to Wikipedia, the event originated in Australia in 2004, but it was called Movember where men grew mustaches to

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15 Nov 2013

Finding the right campus organization for your interests.

Are you wanting to have an exciting college experience to proudly look back on at Texas Wesleyan? You can… Being involved on campus is very simple no matter what your classification is. Whether you live on campus or are commuter, a freshman or senior, international student, transfer student, graduate student

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