20 Oct 2016

Balancing bouquets and books

Being a full-time student can take a lot of time and energy out of person. But add the stressful task of planning a wedding to it? Now that’s just cruel. When I said yes to my fiance Robert, the stress of juggling wedding planning, studying, and group projects definitely didn’t

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18 Oct 2016

Should you change your major?

When we graduate, we throw our caps up in the air in hopes that we are going to go on to bigger and brighter things. But before that day, we often ask ourselves what we want to do with our lives. And will my chosen major lead me to a

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17 Oct 2016

Dallas Fan Days: the experience of a lifetime

Dallas Fan Days has come and gone; it was my first Comic-con-related event, and the experience of a lifetime. I attended Fan Days on Sunday at the Irving Convention Center. I definitely plan to attend a future Comic-con event, and next time I will be much better prepared. The ratio

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05 Oct 2016

End sexual violence on campuses

Sexual assaults on college campuses have become an epidemic. According to RAINN.org, a nonprofit dedicated to fighting sexual violence, 11.2 percent of all students’ experience rape or sexual assault through physical force, violence, or incapacitation, and 90 percent of college victims feel so ashamed that they never file a report.

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02 Oct 2016

Wesleyan registration is a frustration

Texas Wesleyan’s admission and registration process sends students in circles. Taking a new step in life can be a stressful process, but today’s resources should make the process easier.  Students are able to apply online. They fill out their paperwork, transfer their documents to administration, apply for financial aid and

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