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SGA wraps up semester by passing several bills

Three of six proposed bills were passed Thursday at the Student Government Association’s final meeting of the semester; another was tabled until the fall. Two bills for new equipment in the Morton Fitness Center were passed, with SGA granting a total of $1,150. SGA...

Wesleyan celebrates Cinco De Mayo

Texas Wesleyan students gathered at Dan Waggoner Hall to celebrate Cinco De Mayo three days early. Tristen Blake, a senior exercise science major, has always loved Cinco De Mayo, which is May 5. “I think it’s awesome because it makes me feel a little more at home,”...

Neon volleyball event draws a small crowd

The Neon Beach Volleyball event at the Baker Building on Tuesday night brought out a small crowd. Sylvester Rodriquez, a junior biology major, helped set up the event, which drew around 11 people. “I imagined Neon Beach Volleyball having no teams,” Rodriguez said. “I...

Students compete during game night

Eli’s Game Night was held Monday night in the lobby of Stella Russell Hall. Hosting the event was resident assistant Elijah Meyers, who is a junior criminal justice major, member of Ram Squad, linebacker for the Texas Wesleyan football team, and an orientation leader....

Naked But Real features student performances

Students showed their talents Monday at the Naked But Real open mic night. Alycia Lee, a sophomore Criminal Justice major, attended the event for the first time. The show was held at the Baker Building; around 20 people attended. “This was very interesting,” Lee said....

Blue & Gold Game builds excitement for upcoming season

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRZIrfqBMVQ Video by Tina Huynh Defensive back Chance Carroll is feeling optimistic about the upcoming season after the Blue & Gold Game at Farrington Field on Saturday. “I feel like we have a bright future,” said Carroll. “We got a...

Alumni celebrate at reunion dinner

Texas Wesleyan’s Office of Alumni Relations held the alumni reunion dinner on Friday at Cooper’s Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards. Food was served buffet style while a cash bar was available for alcoholic beverages.  Guests were able to bid...

Romero looks ahead to her life after Wesleyan

Many athletes dream of going to college and playing a sport, but only a select few are able to make that happen. Elena Sinde Romero, a senior business management and marketing major, began her golf journey at a very young age in Spain. “My dad wanted me and my brother...

Rey returns home as Lady Rams take on Collin County

After months of matches delayed due to rain, the Texas Wesleyan women’s tennis team played their first big match of the season against Collin County Community College on Friday, said junior Karlee Nguyen. The team has only competed in two out of their five scheduled...

Lester’s recovery taking longer than expected

More than 4,000 miles away from home, golfer Rowan Lester is in a situation he never thought he would be in as a junior. Lester came to Texas Wesleyan from Dublin, Ireland on a full golf scholarship. Since then he has won first place at the 66th NAIA National...

Belarus native finds home at Wesleyan

Viyaleta Manastyrskaya is a table tennis player from Gomel, Belarus who has been playing since she was nine years old. “When I was a kid, I tried different sports, but table tennis stole my heart,” she said. “I think it happened because of the people that were around...

Rams sign 13-year-old to baseball team

https://youtu.be/5qJAlPAkp6U Video by Miranda Day Jaiden Mehta signed his national letter of intent on Monday to play baseball at Texas Wesleyan University. As a signed player, Mehta, 13, gets to go to team practices, games, team dinners, events and everything else...

Lady Rams play first matches of 2019 season

Texas Wesleyan’s Lady Rams tennis team played in their first match of the 2019 spring season last Thursday against Concordia University at home in the Arlington Tennis Center. The Lady Rams lost 6-3, according to ramsports.net. This is the first times the two teams...

‘What Men Want’ reworks 2000 movie

(This review contains spoilers.) Just in time for Black History Month, Paramount Players, BET, and Will Packer Productions come together to remake an old movie with a more inclusive cast. “What Men Want” creates a world where anything is possible, including reading...

‘Ted Bundy Tapes’ terrifies audience

It may be the time of the year to celebrate love, but Netflix’s new documentary on Ted Bundy will have one double checking if they locked their doors and swiping left on every white, handsome male on Tinder. “Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes” explores...