30 Nov 2018

Wesleyan moving forward with men’s and women’s wrestling

Texas Wesleyan plans to move forward quickly in adding men’s and women’s wrestling. Athletic Director Ricky Dotson said the plan is to have a coach by Jan. 1, 2019, start recruiting immediately after that, and start competing in the fall. Wesleyan announced that the university would add the teams in

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29 Nov 2018

More than books: A talk with Risa Brown

Video by Massaran Kromah Growing up in dry and dusty Midland during the oil boom, Risa Brown was raised in a loving home with father Jene Wyatt, mother Joann Wyatt and younger sister Manda Martinez. In school Brown developed a love for English; at home she grew passionate about reading

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27 Nov 2018

Wesleyan sponsors Polytechnic Christmas party

Texas Wesleyan will be sponsoring the Polytechnic Community Center’s Christmas Party for children in the Polytechnic community on Dec. 13 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Texas Wesleyan’s Polytechnic community roots are well known. The university’s mission statement encourages community outreach and involvement. “The University also strives to develop a

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23 Nov 2018

Sheremeta travels to Texas for eSports

Having known about eSports for a long time, New York native Lukien Sheremeta decided to move down to Fort Worth to be in the Texas Wesleyan eSports program. Sheremeta did not have any eSports options at the local community colleges in upstate New York, so he knew if he was

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22 Nov 2018

Black Friday doesn’t spoil traditions

When you think Thanksgiving, the typical response is family, feast, and football. However, in recent years, Black Friday shopping has continued to encroach further and further into Thursday evening, with several stores opening their doors at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving and some cyber sales occurring all day. With these developments,

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