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SGA voting continues through Friday

Voting for the 2017-2018 Student Government Association candidates, as well as Mr. and Ms. Wesleyan, began Wednesday and will continue through Friday.Students can vote via a link on an email sent out by Eugene Frier, assistant dean of student engagement, early...

Music education majors speak a universal language

How often do you hear from a Texas Wesleyan music education major? Probably not that often.That is because, according to Janna McKinley, the Department of Music’s music coordinator, there are only 57 music majors, and only 38 of them are studying music...

SGA elections scheduled for next week

The Student Government Association will hold voting next week for next year’s SGA positions.Voting will take place April 26-28 and candidates will be unable to campaign within 24 hours of voting beginning, according to SGA Chief Justice William Wick.It has not yet...

Championship win benefits Wesleyan

Senior criminal justice major Katie Matthews made the joke that the cookies she baked for the basketball team was the key to their victory.“I’m part of Ram Squad so I thought it would be nice for Ram Squad to do something for them,” Matthews said. “I’m really big into...

The impact of regifting across cultures

 On Wednesday, senior marketing major Treasure Ford presented “Regifting Across Cultures” at University College Day. Ford said she began her independent study at the beginning of this semester with Professor Dr. Sara Roche as her sponsor. Her research and...

Roche moves to a new chapter

After two years of teaching at Texas Wesleyan University Sarah Elise Roche, assistant professor of marketing, will be joining her fiancé in Austin.Her decision to teach at Wesleyan was influenced by her own experience at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Roche...

Franey retires, Trachier takes over

Bill Franey says he will remember the smiles the most.Franey, who is retiring after six years as the head coach of the women’s basketball team, said he will take with him the memories of smiles of the women he coached.“I have had the great fortune to work with so many...

Wesleyan hosts annual University College Day

Not long before Texas Wesleyan professor of philosophy and education Ron Reed died in 1998, he created University College Day as a way to gather students and staff to present their research.“After he passed away - he was a close friend of mine - several of us wanted...

SGA begins election process

The Student Government Association has begun the election process for next year’s SGA membership.Students met with SGA Chief Justice William Wick on April 10 and 11 in the Carter Conference Room in the Brown-Lupton Campus Center to make sure they understood the...

Howeth to swing for pro draft in June

Howeth to swing for pro draft in June

Jake Howeth, a senior center fielder on the Texas Wesleyan baseball team, has a chance to go pro after he graduates this spring.   That’s ironic, because the 22-year-old Abilene native he was planning on playing football in college.   Howeth has been playing...

Basketball teams continue to thrive

Basketball teams continue to thrive

The Texas Wesleyan’s men and women’s teams are playing some of the best basketball in school history. The men started the season 12-0, and at one point were ranked No.12 in the National Association of Collegiate Athletics. The 12-0 start was the second best in school...

Basketball teams continue to thrive

Nolisa named player of the week

Onyesonam Nolisa’s excellent season for the Lady Rams continues as she was named the Sooner Athletic Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for Nov. 10-16, according to ramsports.net. Nolisa scored 11 points and had 15 rebounds on Nov. 11 as the Lady Rams...

Record breaking year thus far for Women’s Golf

Record breaking year thus far for Women’s Golf

The Lady Rams’ Golf team at Texas Wesleyan for the 2014-2015 season has kicked. Kevin Millikan is the returning Head Coach for the Lady Rams in his third year. So far this year the Lady Rams have completed three tournaments and have one more remaining. To start the...

Wild wild World Series comes to Kansas City

Wild wild World Series comes to Kansas City

For the first time since MLB expanded the playoff structure in 2012, we will have not one, but two single-elimination wild card teams. Both the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals, yes the Royals, both barely squeezed into the postseason. Wait a second...

N.A.I.A. Roundup women’s cross country roundup

N.A.I.A. Roundup women’s cross country roundup

The Lady Rams’ cross country team is currently ranked at number 23, down from 17, in the October 1 Coaches’ Poll. The Rams’ recently finished seventh at the University of North Texas' Ken Garland Invitational on Saturday, September 17. Texas Wesleyan’s top finisher...

NFL needs consistency with punishment

NFL needs consistency with punishment

Anyone with a pulse knows about the NFL and Ray Rice. Rice was caught on video knocking his then-fiancé (now wife) out with a haymaker to the face. Rice has been suspended indefinitely by Roger Goodell and the NFL. Here comes a shocking news flash. This isn’t the...

Ron Washington the end of an era

Ron Washington the end of an era

In a surprising move Ron Washington stepped down as the Rangers manager Friday afternoon in order to attend to a private matter. Bench coach Tim Burger will take over the managerial duties effective immediately. "I deeply regret that I've let down the Rangers...