The Gay-Straight Alliance, the Black Student Association, and the Young Conservatives of Texas held a Common Ground meeting Wednesday at Lou’s Place. The organizers were Young Conservatives member Nick Davis, a 20-year-old junior political science major; GSA Vice President Alana James, a 21-year-old history major; and BSA President Anthony Harper
Financial aid for students is now available at the tips of their fingers. The U.S. Department of Education released a mobile app, which allows students to fill out a free application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA. Texas Wesleyan Financial Aid Counselor Laura Smith said the app is called myStudentAid
President Frederick Slabach announced that Texas Wesleyan is working on cutting down hours in academic programs and bringing a men’s and women’s varsity wrestling team for the fall 2019 semester at Tuesday’s town hall meeting. “After the board meeting this Friday, when this proposal will be on the table at
Jacob Chesney believes that the Texas Wesleyan eSports program has allowed nonsocial students to engage in something bigger than themselves, something they normally wouldn’t engage in. Having been playing video games since he was six, the captain of the Hearthstone team and the program’s coordinator thinks that the Wesleyan program
Project Transformation, a non-profit organization that works toward improving literacy among kids in the Fort Worth area, held its eight-week summer camp from May 26 to July 28. According to the program’s impact report, a total of 188 children attended the summer program, and 27 young adults served the organization.