After a decade of inactivity, a sorority is working to revive its Texas Wesleyan chapter. “We would like to thank the Texas Wesleyan community for letting us be involved in bringing the chapter back to campus,” Kali Rogers-Smith said. “We’re excited to be back, and hopefully by the end of
Video by Tina Huynh Internationally renowned pianists Boaz Sharon and Pavel Nersessian performed a duo-piano recital in Nicholas Martin Hall on Monday. Sharon and Nersessian both teach at Boston University and have performed around the world, recently coming back from a tour in China, according to Dr. Ilka Araujo, associate professor of piano and music history. Araujo received her master’s
Rambler TV covers art exhibit, Love Removal Machine, by Lee Albert Hill in the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Center.
Video by LaTerra Wair and Miranda Day Right around 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday, junior political science pre-law major Damon “DJ” Moore got on one knee on the foundation of the Nick and Lou Martin University Center, Sharpie in hand, to leave behind this message: “C.T.R.T. Conquer Today Rule Tomorrow.” Moore
The Honorable Judge Lorraine Irby remembers feeling peer pressure as a teenager. It was the summer after eighth grade, and she was starting over at a new school; she was invited to a party, and she wanted the cute older boys to like her. One of them offered her a