Jordan Twine email@example.com Students now have the opportunity to play video games while on campus thanks to the Student Government Association. The grand opening of the Game Loft, located upstairs in the Student Union Building, took place at 12:15 p.m. on Jan. 12. New additions include two game systems, an
Rolandra West firstname.lastname@example.org With only four months left until the end of the school year, Bradden Van Noy, Student Government Association president, is pumped up and ready to go. Van Noy has served as SGA since last August, but with all his responsibilities he still finds time to volunteer
Rambler Ratings Thumbs up to Dora’s new Asian bar. We often opt for the pizza when nothing else strikes our fancy, but this new found Asian cuisine is right up our alley! Thumbs up to a whole week of the Spring semester already being over. We weren’t
Gift giving gets complicated By; Shauna Banks Stuffed lions, and tigers, and bears — oh my! Like your mom always told you when you got clothes for gifts as child, it really is the thought that counts when giving and receiving gifts for any holiday. With Valentine’s Day really not so far
It’s Dec. 31 — students are on their phones updating their Facebook statuses and sharing their New Year’s resolutions. We watch the ball drop and kiss our significant others as the clock strikes midnight. Our new resolutions are in first gear and nothing can stop the excited feeling of a new year.
Presidential inauguration fast approaching Tristian Evans email@example.com Although Frederick Slabach has been serving as president for the past year, the time has finally come to celebrate his inauguration. The inauguration will take place 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Investiture Structure, Parking Lot A. In the days leading
Eco-friendly light bulbs may brighten Wesleyan campus Alejandra Garcia firstname.lastname@example.org An array of bright, eco-friendly light bulbs called Light Emitting Diode (LED), illuminated rooms on campus from Nov. 30 to Dec. 16. The LED lights were installed in Classroom.Next, room B26 in in the Eunice and James L. West Library,