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10 Feb 2012

Guiyang mayor invites Wesleyan singers to China

  Joshua Dunk   jkdunk@txwes.edu   For the past four years, the Chamber Singers at Texas Wesleyan have performed with the Sister Cities International at City Hall.   Sister Cities International is a nonprofit citizen diplomacy network that creates and strengthens partnerships between the U.S. and international communities.   According

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10 Feb 2012

Reality not so bad after all

  In the past, The Rambler has put reality TV through the ringer. We’ve called it every ugly thing in the book, and then some. The name “Snooki” still conjures a snicker or two in the newsroom.   However, I’ve seen the reality TV light. There’s of course the mind

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10 Feb 2012

Literature suitable for all ages

  A couple of weeks ago, Daniel Radcliff made a joke on Saturday Night Live about adults reading children’s books. While I’m sure it was to get a laugh from the SNL viewers, that statement reflects the type of thinking among some readers.   Last August, I read Suzanne Collin’s

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10 Feb 2012

Wrapping not just for presents on Valentine’s Day

  To wrap it up or not wrap it up—that is the question. How often do college students have sexual intercourse, and of those who do, how many really have safe sex?   College is the time to experience new things and for many, it is the first time they

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10 Feb 2012

Prop 3 approval extends low-interest student loans

  Shauna Banks  sbbanks@txwes.edu  Students at Texas Wesleyan and in colleges statewide will continue to benefit from the Hinson-Hazelwood College Student Loan Program. Proposition 3, approved last November, authorized the issuance of general obligation bonds to finance the Hinson-Hazelwood program. According to ballotpedia.org, the program provides low-interest loans to students

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10 Feb 2012

President seeks faculty, student input with website

  Joshua Dunk   jkdunk@txwes.edu   With the school year’s end fast approaching, the executive staff have begun budget planning for the 2012-2013 year.   The executive staff have initiated the Common Sense budget website. The website is designed to get input from the faculty and students.    It’s the

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10 Feb 2012

New housing development remains in planning stages

  Rolandra West   rdwest@txwes.edu   A number of students have heard about the possibilities of new housing developments including one- to two-bedroom town homes in the Texas Wesleyan University area, but nothing has been made official.   The possibilities of townhomes on Rosedale Street have become more concrete with

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