Just before midnight on Tuesday, water began to slowly flood some of the residential rooms in Elizabeth Armstrong Hall due to the main sewer line being clogged, according to Executive Director of Facilities Brian Franks. “The sewer was clogged at Elizabeth Armstrong Hall due to an excessive amount of wipes, like wet-wipes,
The Texas Wesleyan Rams fell to the Oklahoma Panhandle State Aggies 49-25 on Saturday at Farrington Field, after the game was delayed 90 minutes to 3:30 p.m. Wesleyan was coming off a two-game losing streak, including a 55-31 loss against Langston University last weekend. The Rams came out of the
Texas Wesleyan’s Music Department hosted the first Wind Ensemble concert of the semester on Thursday night in Nicholas Martin Hall. Dr. Paul Sikes, the director of instrumental studies, was the concert’s director. Alicia Smith, a senior music major, attended the event to support her “fellow music majors.” “It’s really great
Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association is bringing back an old tradition by hosting the Homecoming Talent Show during the week of homecoming. On Thursday, SGA hosted the auditions for the talent show at Lou’s Place. Talent show coordinator Kaylia Brown and judge Phuong “Finn” Le said they were looking
The Academic Success Center held a critical-thinking workshop on Wednesday. The 45-minute workshop was taught by Dr. Wade Thompson, instructor of Developmental English, in the West Library orientation room. Thompson used a PowerPoint presentation to teach students the six elements of critical thinking; he said critical thinking involves acting learning.