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28 Sep 2012

Picante promises to please palate

Great meals, cheap drink deals and a friendly environment is exactly what the new Picante Sports Cantina brings not only to Fort Worth but to Texas Wesleyan students. Students who bring their Wesleyan student IDs will get an automatic discount on their meals. The new cantina is now open and

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28 Sep 2012

Security lights insure Texas Wesleyan students’ safety

Texas Wesleyan University is a small, tight-knit college community where people are friendly and polite. Having said that, students have to be aware of their surroundings, especially considering the area that surrounds Wesleyan’s campus. Installing security lights throughout the campus could make students feel more secure. The lights I am

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28 Sep 2012

The how-to on defining college relationships

Let’s face it- this is college life. After all the partying, studying, late nights and drinking; do students really think there is room for a relationship? College relationships are usually sought after for a variety of reasons: boredom, revenge, increased social status, financial gain, or pure naïveté. Regardless of the

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28 Sep 2012

Staff Editorial: Evacuations a must

On the morning of Sept. 14, University of Texas at Austin received a phone call from a person claiming to be connected with the Islamic militant group, Al Qaeda. The man on the phone claimed to have placed bombs all around the campus and said they would go off in

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28 Sep 2012

New movie proves entertaining, scary

If you love to sit at the edge of your seat, with your adrenaline pumping and your eyes half way covered because you don’t know what’s going to happen  next, House at the End of the Street is your movie. It is a twisted thriller sure to make you cringe

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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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