01 Nov 2017

Wesleyan reacts to kneeling

Football players kneeling during the national anthem has become extremely controversial. Texas Wesleyan Athletic Director Steve Trachier said he has mixed emotions about the subject. “I have three brothers who served in the armed forces and were honored with military funerals,” said Trachier, who is also head women’s basketball coach.

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10 Oct 2017

Mutants and Star Trek take over fall TV

When students get a break from studying for exams or practicing for games, they can check out the brand new and returning shows on TV or online this fall, all of which will either creep you out or keep you on the edge of your seat. The first one to

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10 Oct 2017

The world lost an icon when Hugh Hefner died

On Sept. 27, the world lost Hugh Hefner, an icon who was dynamic in not only the sexual revolution, but also the civil rights movement and the fight for LGBT equality. Hefner, who died at age 91 in his Beverly Hills estate, was often portrayed in a negative light because

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25 Sep 2017

DREAMers confronting deportation

On Sept. 5, President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions made it clear to the young undocumented immigrants brought to this country that the administration will no longer protect them from deportation. Trump’s administration formally announced the end of the Obama administration’s policy known as the Deferred Action for

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25 Sep 2017

Americans impacted by DACA’s end

When U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced earlier this month that the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program will be rescinded, 800,000 dreamers had to question the fate of their lives in America. Among those 800,000 is my best friend. When I learned the program was going away, my

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