Last semester students, faculty and staff donated gifts, dog food and money to the Meals on Wheels clients. “We wanted to thank everyone for participating and making some people happy with those little gifts,” said Sheri Parker, coordinator of library operations. This tradition has been going on at Texas Wesleyan
Chances are you have encountered a young person who has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). In the early 1980s, ADHD was deemed the culprit for anyone, aged 3-18, who showed signs of hyperactivity. In recent years, the defining symptoms have increased, and they are not unlike those of other pediatric mental disorders.
What did you think of Richard Sherman’s behavior during his interview? See what our Rambler staff thinks!
Since moving to Texas from England, I get asked all the time how the food compares to back at home and now the soccer season is into its off season, it has allowed me more spare time to try out DFW’s many restaurants. As I enjoy trying new foods along
Wesleyan can sometimes be seen as a diamond in the rough. The term diamond in the rough is described by urbandictionary.com as “someone (or something) that has hidden exceptional characteristics and/or future potential, but currently lacks the final touches that would make them (or it) truly stand out from the
Last semester went relatively quickly; however, the spring semester seems to go by in a blink of an eye. With tests, projects and sporting events, Texas Wesleyan seems to be buzzing with a little bit more life in the spring than the fall. Homecoming is one of the biggest events