09 Apr 2018

Wesleyan showcases talent at annual concert

Texas Wesleyan’s Department of Music held the 22nd annual President’s Honors Concert in the Nicholas Martin Hall on Friday night. Family, friends, and regular attendees of Wesleyan concerts chatted among each other while they waited for the first performance to start. President Frederick Slabach; his wife Melany Neilson; and alumni

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14 Feb 2018

Theatre Wesleyan puts on ‘Important Hats’

Theatre Wesleyan’s production of “Important Hats of the Twentieth Century” will be a show full of firsts. The biggest one is that the show is a comedy fresh off Broadway. “We are actually going to be for what we know the regional premier (of this production),” said junior theatre major

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14 Feb 2018

Freshman give fresh view on Stella

Freshmen Haley Cheney, Ryan Houston, De’Laone Dobbins and Samantha Leal walked into Stella Russell Hall’s first floor hallway. The four are close friends; they hang out in each other’s rooms, eat dinner together, and share jokes. And it all started right here. “(We met) in the hallway,” said Cheney, a

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14 Nov 2017

Security issues addressed at open forum

With nine vehicle burglaries and two armed robberies this semester, concern for safety on campus has risen. “It [the car robberies and the armed robberies] freaked me out, because it happened in the middle of the day,” sophomore mass communication major Trudy Allen said. “I just don’t want that to

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19 Oct 2017

Guest Speakers: A Great Way to Educate Students

Dr. Carol Johnson–Gerendas says guest speakers are extremely beneficial for her classes. “I select speakers that can support or inform internship or career possibilities for students,” Johnson–Gerendas, an associate professor of mass communication, wrote in an email. This semester she invited Deborah Ferguson, NBC channel 5 anchor, to speak to

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