17 Sep 2012

National conventions provoke presidential pondering

As the Democratic National Convention and the Republican National Convention come to an end, one question bears in many minds: Which candidate will best represent our country and stay true to his promises? During the DNC, President Barack Obama promises, “The path that we may offer may be harder, but

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17 Sep 2012

Big tuition bucks empty students’ pockets

Many students can’t wait to enjoy the experience of college, whether it is the wild and crazy social life they anticipate or their hard-earned education. Rarely does ridiculous rising cost for room and board cross their minds. Yes, of course it costs money to go to school but personally I

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17 Sep 2012

Rosedale renovation will bring multimillion dollar changes to Wesleyan neighborhood

After 15 years of planning, the East Rosedale Street Project is set to break ground March 2013. Spearheaded by architectural firm Freese and Nichols, Inc.,  the renovation will include the building of two roundabout driveways located at Miller and Ayers Avenue, more than 250 new trees, 130 new street lights,

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17 Sep 2012

West Nile cases skyrocket to thousands, worry North Texans

People are flooding the drug stores in search of insect repelent and citronella candles as the number of West Nile Virus cases skyrocket to record numbers. With the numbers of positive WNV cases soaring into the thousands across the country, it is time to call for new plans to annihilate

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16 Sep 2012

Lack of interest eliminates math major at Texas Wesleyan

At the beginning of the year the academic committee of Wesleyan decided to eliminate the mathematics major due to low participation and difficulty level. However, all current math majors will be able to complete their degree with a major in mathematics as planned. Only new students will need to consider

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