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27 Apr 2012

Time at Wesleyan has come to an end, but not soon forgotten

I’d love to say my time at Wesleyan has been all rainbows and unicorns — that there have been hardly any bumps in the long road of working for The Rambler and completing the post bachelor’s program I applied for in early 2010. However, that’s just not the case. There have been

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27 Apr 2012

GSA puts forth efforts to bring bullying awareness to forefront

There are many types of bullying. Types include emotional, verbal, physical, social exclusion, indirect, relational and cyber bullying. Many might think of a big, tall, mean, huge young child pushing down someone in the playground. However, bullying extends past the childhood and the adolescent stage. This also goes to types

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27 Apr 2012

Exercise combats stress of final exams

It’s about that time again. The school year is almost over, which means the summer is just around the corner. But before we start partying and going crazy — that also means it’s time for exams. I know most of us, myself included, are not looking forward to these days. It almost

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27 Apr 2012

Black Student Association stirs new interest

Tristian Evans Tkevans1098@txwes.edu More than 30 students attended an April 13 meeting of the Black Student Association to reignite the organization that had failed in the past due to lack of involvement. Dr. Julia Ballenger, associate professor in the School of Education, said in the past the BSA was very

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27 Apr 2012

Contract signed with The Language Company

Joshua Dunk jkdunk@txwes.edu On April 13 at 1 p.m. in the President’s office, staff and faculty held an informal signing ceremony of the agreement with The Language Company to establish an intensive English program on campus. The Language Company provides an avenue for international students to not only improve their

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27 Apr 2012

Alexander wins election with 51 percent

The Rambler’s news editor, Shauna Banks, sat down with Laura Alexander, newly elected SGA president for a Q&A session. SB: What will be the first issue you address when you are sworn into office? LA: After I am sworn into office, the first issue that I will address is ensuring

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19 Apr 2012

Voting day calls for new president

Gary Jones; Classification/major: junior/political science with minor in religion Hometown: born in Dayton, Ohio and traveled all over U.S. as a child, staying in Madison, Wisconsin the longest period of time. Goals for Texas Wesleyan: 1. Continue the trend of SGA working hand in hand with the Administration to push

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