Eliana Mijangos email@example.com Following a 3 to 4 percent rise in tuition last fall, faculty and staff must now work with the provost to adjust to budget cuts recently initiated. John Veilleux, vice president of marketing and communications, said this budget cut is due to a
Tristian Evans Tkevans1098@txwes.edu Over the years, two desires have remained with professor Phillip Pelphrey—his love for the field of chemistry and his desire to serve his country. In addition to being an assistant professor of chemistry at Wesleyan, Pelphrey has recently become an intelligence officer for
Stay Wired Coffeehouse and Computer Services, is a “lively” and “soulful” place to be if you are a student or local musician, especially on Thursday nights. Stay Wired is a coffeehouse that sits right next door to Barnes & Nobles(c) and across from Fuzzy’s Tacos(c) on Berry street. Started up by
Emma Fradette firstname.lastname@example.org The Texas Wesleyan men’s and women’s track teams ran Friday Feb. 17 in the University of Texas at Tyler Time Trials in Tyler, Texas. Jessica Davis, junior runner, said both teams did well ,and the meet let them know what they could do.
Stephanie Randall email@example.com The Texas Wesleyan Lady Rams basketball team took on Texas College Lady Steers Feb. 18 in the annual pink out game, winning 60-57. The pink out game is a game where team members wear as much pink as possible to support breast cancer