Kime Sims, an English major with a concentration in writing, is graduating this semester with a multitude of accomplishments. Sims has worked at the Texas Wesleyan tutoring center for two years and received the National College Learning Center Association Newsletter tutor spotlight award. She is president of Alpha Chi, an
Maria Acosta, a psychology major plans to work after graduating before heading to graduate school. One of Maria’s biggest accomplishments was being able to do a counseling internship. The internship allowed her to take what she had learned class and apply it to real world setting. Maria worked for Keller
After sixteen years of waiting tables and being a restaurant manager, Treasure Ford was ready for something new. Encourage by her husband and loved ones, five and a half years ago, at 28, she fell in love with academics again. “About three weeks into my first semester before I decided
Jared Cook is graduating with a dual degree BBA and MBA in accounting with fraud emphasis. In his time at Texas Wesleyan, he accomplished many things. His biggest accomplishment has been involvement with the business honor society Beta Gamma Sigma. He was inducted into the society in 2015. Since being
As the Rambler celebrates its 100-year anniversary, the following audio slideshow takes a look at what the publication means to the faculty, staff and students of Texas Wesleyan University.