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13 Feb 2019

Koebbe plays a noteworthy performance at Wesleyan

The Department of Music hosted Dr. Jessica Koebbe for a guest piano recital on Tuesday night at the Nicholas Martin Hall. Koebbe is a former Texas Wesleyan professor, according to the program handed out at the event. She played the piano in front of friends, students, faculty, and staff. Latonya

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13 Feb 2019

School of Business gets the green light for AACSB renewal

The School of Business has just been renewed for the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accreditation following its initial accreditation in 2014, according to txwes.edu. “It shows that we are committed to the institution’s skills and we are also demonstrating that we are staying scholarly active as

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08 Feb 2019

Wesleyan hosts pianists for annual competition

Texas Wesleyan, alongside co-sponsor the Fort Worth Piano Teachers FORUM, will be hosting the 11th annual Duo-Piano Competition Saturday at the Nicholas Martin Hall from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dr. Ilka Araújo, an associate professor of music and the chair of the competition, wrote in an email a bit

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08 Feb 2019

Rams strike up a 7-0 winning streak

On Feb. 1, Texas Wesleyan’s baseball team beat Louisiana State University-Alexandria, 5-4, hitting a seven-game winning streak. “If we do the little things right, then we will be a hard team to stop,” freshman utility player Drew Sancillo said. The Rams have many goals for this season, but the one

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08 Feb 2019

Students share concerns on campus parking

Three business students voiced their issues with Wesleyan’s parking lots at Thursday’s Student Government Association general business meeting. Karen Duarte-Escobar, Le Le Huynh and Jonathan Dermott stood up in front of SGA, Wesleyan’s Public Safety Supervisors Kevin Rodricks and Anthony Garcia and Facilities Operations Coordinator Alyssa Cavitt. “As business school

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08 Feb 2019

Rams blow out Southwestern Christian University in huge win

The Texas Wesleyan men’s basketball team beat Southwestern Christian University 90-55 on Thursday. Senior guard Rob Thomas loves the way his team fought. “I thought the energy we brought this game was great,” Thomas said. “Everyone was playing hard on the defensive side of the ball.” This home win still

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