Gift giving gets complicated By; Shauna Banks Stuffed lions, and tigers, and bears — oh my! Like your mom always told you when you got clothes for gifts as child, it really is the thought that counts when giving and receiving gifts for any holiday. With Valentine’s Day really not so far
It’s Dec. 31 — students are on their phones updating their Facebook statuses and sharing their New Year’s resolutions. We watch the ball drop and kiss our significant others as the clock strikes midnight. Our new resolutions are in first gear and nothing can stop the excited feeling of a new year.
Presidential inauguration fast approaching Tristian Evans email@example.com Although Frederick Slabach has been serving as president for the past year, the time has finally come to celebrate his inauguration. The inauguration will take place 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Investiture Structure, Parking Lot A. In the days leading
Eco-friendly light bulbs may brighten Wesleyan campus Alejandra Garcia firstname.lastname@example.org An array of bright, eco-friendly light bulbs called Light Emitting Diode (LED), illuminated rooms on campus from Nov. 30 to Dec. 16. The LED lights were installed in Classroom.Next, room B26 in in the Eunice and James L. West Library,
Students contribute to charity collections By: Shauna Banks email@example.com In the midst of a recovering economy, campus-wide efforts to help both the two- and four-legged Polytechnic Heights community members have resulted in success. This past holiday season, organizations across the Texas Wesleyan campus hosted various drives to help those in
Student’s agree, next-day delivery no longer needed By: Shauna Banks firstname.lastname@example.org Speedy mail through the United States Postal Service will soon be a thing of the past. According to their website, the USPS will be implementing changes to delivery services later this spring. Those changes include first-class mail