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
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
Texas Wesleyan students now only have to cross the street to experience art in the four exhibitions on display in the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio gallery over the fall and spring semesters. The gallery’s first exhibition, Dual, which runs through Oct. 4, features husband and wife duo, sculptor Angel
On May 13, Wesleyan graduated more than 200 students at the MacGormen Chapel of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary,according to txwes.edu. The event featured Dr. Kent Paredes Scribner, superintendent of the Fort Worth Independent School District. On May 12, three scuba minors were “finned and pinned” in an underwater graduation.
Joe Brown, a dean of freshman and professor of liberal arts, has enjoyed being the master of ceremonies for the annual Awards Day at Texas Wesleyan. Brown said the ceremony celebrates the best in academics at Texas Wesleyan. “It celebrates our students and it’s kind of all-encompassing,” Brown said. “It’s