Dia De Los Toadies 6 A&E first-person observations – Dia de Los Toadies – Panther Island Pavilion – Sept. 14 By Dakota Baggett email@example.com NOTES TO READERS: Due to prior engagements during the day, we arrived as the last band is going off – pretty sure
Check out the latest SPorts Access hosted by Rambler Tv’s own Tika Cook. This episode focuses on Texas Wesleyan Soccer, mens and women’s as well as golf and Volleyball. Leave a comment and let us know what you think.
By: Mariah Bosilikwa firstname.lastname@example.org EXTRA! EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT A NEW RAMBLER IS COMING THROUGH! Exactly a year ago from today, I was a completely lost student at Tarrant County College entering my second year. Coming back from a very rough summer, and still carrying that baggage into my
http://www.cdc.gov/measles/about/signs-symptoms.html– For more information about Measles symptoms http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/measles/DS00331/DSECTION=prevention– Advice from the Mayo Clinic about prevention An outbreak of measles hit the Tarrant County area in recent weeks and has alarmed health officials and residents. Twenty-one cases of infection have been confirmed by the Texas Department of State Health Services. All the
Here’s an update on the events at Martin Hall starting Sept. 16. For more information please access http://web3.txwes.edu/music/music/index.htm Classes are underway, September has just arrived, and already the air is filled with the sweet sounds of music wafting from Martin Hall. Inside this facility, the TWU Music Department is set
Art and learning about new cultures come together at the Fort Worth Modern Art Museum from Sept. 15, 2013-Jan. 5, 2014. The Mexico-themed exhibition called “Mexico Inside Out: Themes in Art since 1990” will be on display starting tomorrow 8.15-10 a.m. with a fresh breakfast served at 8.15. Afterward, the