Theatre Wesleyan will open their season with an adaption of Molière’s “Tartuffe” at the Thad Smotherman Theatre on Thursday. The play is directed by Jeanne Everton, an associate professor of theatre, and the entire cast is composed of Wesleyan students. Senior theatre major Alexandra Flurry will be playing Madame Pernelle.
After last weekend’s history-making win against Texas College, the Rams are ready to return to the field for another shot at victory. The Rams (1-2) are heading west this weekend to face the Arizona Christian University Firestorm in Phoenix on Saturday. Starting quarterback Donovan Isom wrote in an e-mail that
This week on “Off the Record” LaTerra Wair and Hannah Lathen talk about police brutality, flat earth, and Colin Kaepernick, “Off the Record” is a podcast hosted by LaTerra Wair and Hannah Lathen that discusses news events going on at Texas Wesleyan University, current events in the world, and controversial
Eunice & James L. West Library staff and Texas Wesleyan students kicked off the first event in the TXWES Reads program on Tuesday on the lawn between Dora’s and the library. Around 10 people, including library staff and students, read quotes from Angie Thomas’ “The Hate U Give” and talked
Bilingual education major Jackie Guevara’s original plan was to attend University of Texas at Arlington, but she felt as though their process was too rushed. She said that advisors at Wesleyan weren’t like that, and they are big reason why she’s a Ram now. “Right away I feel like he