Texas Wesleyan students gathered outside the Eunice & James L. West Library on Thursday afternoon to participate in an assortment of games and activities hosted by the Programm ing and Activities Committee, also known as PAC. These games included bubble soccer, sharks and minnows, a roll race, and more. PAC
Students can pull out their Hawaiian shirts and ‘90s windbreakers because Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association is hosting Spirit Week from April 16 to 20, when students can dress up and win prizes. SGA Secretary Alison Baron said she came up with the event because University College Day is on
Texas Wesleyan’s Alumni Reunion will be April 19 through April 21, with multiple events for alumni to attend, including Theatre Wesleyan’s production of the musical “Oklahoma!” Written in 1943 by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, “Oklahoma!” is a love story between Curly, a cowboy, and Laurey, a farm girl.
Junior high school girls from across the Metroplex came to Texas Wesleyan curious on Saturday, and left inspired. The event, Expanding Your Horizons, marked its 30th anniversary at Wesleyan. The education conference focuses on the STEM fields and teaches young women that they, too, can make it into typically male
Texas Wesleyan University students assembled into the Baker Building on Thursday for an open mic event held every semester called Naked But Real hosted by Residence Life. The event gives students a way to express emotion and broadcast their talents in front of their Ram family in a judgment-free room.