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02 Mar 2012

Wesleyan alumna uses book smarts to start business

Texas Wesleyan alumna and entrapreneur LaNette Kincaide is on a mission to prove that beauty does not always come at a high price. After spending some time in the corporate world, Kincaide said she found her true passion in custom jewelry making and decided to start her own business. In

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02 Mar 2012

Black History month events nonexistent

  Texas Wesleyan University has a large non-traditional student population to go with their diverse traditional student population.   African-American students make up 13 percent of the total population at Wesleyan while Hispanic students make up 15 percent of the population; the two highest ranking below the 47 percent of

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02 Mar 2012

Obama presses for free contraceptives

  There’s nothing worse than a doctor poking around in your lady parts. But on the other hand, there probably aren’t many things more daunting than an unplanned pregnancy.   I don’t claim to be an expert on all things political, but I have to address a topic that’s been

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02 Mar 2012

Pop queen’s tragic death has lasting fan effects

  How many times have you heard a song that reminded you of the past? Have you ever played a song on repeat during a break up or to inspire yourself to work toward a goal? Music definitely creates emotion and it also triggers memories.   Whitney Houston’s music is

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02 Mar 2012

Big Read brings classic literature to Ram territory

  Rolandra West   rdwest@txwes.edu   Texas Wesleyan and Fort Worth partners have combined efforts to re-establish Fort Worth’s community reading called The Big Read –Fort Worth Reads Together.   The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) is an initiative that provides a grant to universities and other organizations, to

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02 Mar 2012

Budget cuts still creating lasting Wesleyan impact

  Eliana Mijangos   emmijangos@txwes.edu   Following a 3 to 4 percent rise in tuition last fall, faculty and staff must now work with the provost to adjust to budget cuts recently initiated.   John Veilleux, vice president of marketing and communications, said this budget cut is due to a

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02 Mar 2012

Chemistry professor set to serve country

  Tristian Evans   Tkevans1098@txwes.edu   Over the years, two desires have remained with professor Phillip Pelphrey—his love for the field of chemistry and his desire to serve his country.   In addition to being an assistant professor of chemistry at Wesleyan, Pelphrey has recently become an intelligence officer for

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