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29 Oct 2012

Top 6 Tips For College Students Hoping To Finish The Semester Strongly [GUEST BLOG]

Your GPA in college can have a significant impact on your career and earnings throughout the rest of your life, so finishing each semester strongly is vitally important. For many college students, exams, papers, and a long reading list can begin to become overwhelming within just a few weeks of

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29 Oct 2012

Men's soccer seniors win on senior night

The Texas Wesleyan men’s soccer team played against the University of the Southwest on Oct. 27 at Martin Field. This was the Ram’s senior night and they earned a win 2-1. The Rams scored early in the game from a goal by Jose Albores, senior midfielder and defender, with the

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23 Oct 2012

Soccer player lives double life: musician, athlete

Texas Wesleyan is filled with diversity not only in the classroom, but in athletics as well. Teams are filled with women and men of all different ethnicities and backgrounds, and yet somehow they all bring a sense of unity to the university. Abraham Ademola, junior bio-chemistry major and right midfielder

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23 Oct 2012

Athletic drug testing brings positives, negatives

With the recent crack down on substance abuse throughout the country, Texas Wesleyan is now a part of the growing number of universities who test their athletes for substance and alcohol abuse. On Oct. 12, 75 athletes from various sports were administered a mandatory urinalysis drug test to ensure that

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23 Oct 2012

Wesleyan professors voice views on categories of fiction

Among literary scholars and experts, there has always been much debate about which is better, literary fiction or commercial fiction. Commercial fiction series, like Harry Potter and the Hunger Games, appeal to a mass audience and sell extremely well. Literary works of fiction are seen as works of art and

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23 Oct 2012

‘Pro Joe’ provides students with a helping hand

Joe Brown, dean of freshmen success at Texas Wesleyan, is going on his 35th year at Wesleyan and is continuing to guide freshmen into being successful in all aspects, not just academics. Before being the dean of freshmen, Brown ran the theatre department at Wesleyan for 25 years. Brown said

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23 Oct 2012

J.K. Rowling’s adult book invokes mixed feelings

Death, betrayal and family dysfunction. These three things and more make up core themes of The Casual Vacancy. In case you’ve been living under a rock, this novel is the first by J.K. Rowling, of Harry Potter fame, that is aimed at adult readers. And boy, does it show. The

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