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28 Sep 2012

‘A Man for All Seasons’ makes debut

The current political climate of the United States influenced the first theatre show of this semester. Theatre Wesleyan will present A Man for All Seasons by Robert Bolt Sept. 27-Oct. 7. This historical drama chronicles the rise and fall of Sir Thomas More. More was a man of faith who

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28 Sep 2012

FW Music Festival presents the best of ‘all worlds’

The city of Fort Worth is known not only for its Western heritage and traditional architecture and design, but it has a music history that combines all different genres of music. Marsha Milam Music and Carter Delloro are part of the production team behind the Fort Worth Music Festival set

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28 Sep 2012

No room for musical television take over

I think musical television shows are a wonderful thing. Glee is awesome, Smash, not nearly as good, but descent, and now, this season, a new show by the name of Nashville will be airing on ABC. Even shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Grey’s Anatomy have done musical episodes

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28 Sep 2012

J.J. Abrams Revolution raves a success

Revolution is a fast-paced, action filled, suspenseful series sure to keep its audience at the edge of their seats with its twisting plot and unanswered secrets about the little trinket a father passes on to his daughter in his death.  Revolution made its debut at 10/9 on Sept. 17 on

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28 Sep 2012

Social Rams provide student engagement

Texas Wesleyan offers students the ability to get involved with planning and organizing student events through Social Rams. This organization is one of the largest organizations on campus that attracts many students. Social Rams offers the students the opportunity to work with other students,  staff and faculty on several on-campus

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28 Sep 2012

Big 12 conference brings spectators

Texas Christian University has joined the Big 12 Conference with teams such as West Virginia University, Texas Tech and the University of Texas at Austin. These new teams will draw in more fans for TCU, including Texas Wesleyan students. I have never seen a TCU football game because I was

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28 Sep 2012

Anderson drives into success

On a warm sunny morning, more than 10 years ago an 11-year-old boy made a decision, unaware of what his future held. He decided to stop looking at the golf course surrounding his neighborhood and begged his mom to take him to the driving range. Nathan Anderson, senior business major

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