Students at North Crowley High School wander around the halls aimlessly as they move from class to class. They peek in the door of a nearby classroom and see a bowl full of candy sitting on the table. One young man sneaks into the room to grab a piece of
Walking through the halls of Texas Wesleyan can be a bit intimidating even for seniors, but especially for first-time freshmen. Through the mentorship program, students are offered a chance to work with other students, faculty and staff by giving them support and guidance. Ashley Newkirk, coordinator of New Students Programs,
Mostly faculty and staff, along with a small number of students, filled the McFadden Science Lecture Theatre Oct. 4 for Texas Wesleyan President Frederick Slabach’s Open Forum. Slabach answered questions and comments that were inserted into a suggestion box prior to the forum’s beginning before fielding questions from attendees. Here’s
Ram Camp is a way for new students to get initiated into Wesleyan society. You will meet current students, have fun and build lasting friendships in the process.
Texas Wesleyan athletes filled both spots of the Red River Athletic Conference’s Runners of the Week. David Swiatocha, freshman marketing major, and Jessica Davis, junior theatre arts major, were both named during the week of Sept. 24-30 for their performances in events at the Oklahoma State University Jamboree. Swiatocha completed
The Texas Wesleyan men’s soccer team defeated the University of Texas at Brownsville Scorpions on their own turf, 2-1, on Sept. 29. Hector Sanchez, senior defender, said the Rams played their best game of the season. “We dominated a ranked team in the nation,” Sanchez said. “Furthermore, we gave them
The Lady Rams volleyball team took both a close win and a hard loss during the weekend’s games. On Friday, Sept. 28, the Lady Rams lost the first match against the Hardin Simmons Cowgirls in a close game with a final score of 34-32. The Lady Rams took the last