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19 Apr 2012

Several degree plans face potential elimination

Jessica Pounds jpounds@txwes.edu A regularly scheduled academic program review will soon help decide the fate of several degree programs Texas Wesleyan currently offers. The Provost’s council proposed several changes that include the possibility of eliminating specific programs and modifying others. According to the Office of Provost’s website, all university academic

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18 Apr 2012

Black Student Association making a come back

After two years of inactivity, the Black Student Association at Texas Wesleyan is preparing to become a vital part of Ram territory once again. For the past couple of months, a committee made up of some of the campus’ African American employees has come together to oversee the resurrection of

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12 Apr 2012

The Runnin’ Rams sprint toward Championships

Emma Fradette ekfradette@txwes.edu The women’s and men’s track team’s ran in two different events over the weekend running in the North Texas Spring Classic and the Texas State Invitational. On April 6 at the University of North Texas, Jessica Davis, junior distance runner, ran the 1500meter and finished 13 with

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12 Apr 2012

Hunger Games movie promises entertainment

In a futuristic America, violence and reality television are used as a way of controlling and intimidating the population of a dystopian society. This is the theme of recently released movie The Hunger Games, based on the novel of the same name. This film, although it has its flaws, is

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12 Apr 2012

Teacher’s relationship with student ends just as expected

I’m a big believer in the saying “age is but a number.” So many times I’ve seen adults do things most people believe to be things a first grader might do. Then there are those times when a 7-year-old seems to know more than most adults we know. However, in

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12 Apr 2012

Death of teen inspires second thoughts on justice

By now, I’m sure many of you have heard about the Trayvon Martin incident. For those of you who haven’t, last month, Trayvon Martin was a 17-year-old who was shot and killed by a neighborhood watch volunteer named George Zimmerman. Zimmerman thought the teenager, who was walking back to his

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12 Apr 2012

Sweet tooth satisfaction two years in making

Two fresh homemade cookies with a scoop of sinful Blue Bell ice cream in the middle equals the signature dessert at Sweet Sammie’s in downtown Fort Worth. Family owned Sweet Sammie’s, a cookies and ice cream parlor, celebrated its two-year anniversary March 2. Sweet Sammie’s was one of the first

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