Often teens anticipate that the life of a college student is full of wild parties and sorority-life fun. It is a given that when becoming a college student, fun becomes a major priority and class is just a setback, at least for some. Once I had a semester or a
I remember coming to Texas Wesleyan spring 2012. As a transfer student I looked for what kind of activities I could get involved with. When I attended Texas Southern University I wanted to be in the sorority Delta Sigma Theta. At first I heard from a classmate that Wesleyan had
It’s that time of year when I feel like I’m forever digging around in my purse for $3.50. Not for anything too important—just a box or two (or four) of thin mints and samoas (wait, I forgot, now they’re called “caramel delites”). Because after all, what person with even a
On Feb. 28 Texas Wesleyan hosted a teaching seminar featuring Dr. George Kuh, a higher education specialist, to discuss ways to bridge the gap between students and teachers’ relationships. Kuh, chancellor’s professor emeritus of higher education at Indiana University, said he wanted the seminar to review what matters to student
The Texas Wesleyan Athletics department may soon require drug testing for all student athletes. Steven Trachier, Wesleyan’s athletic director, is currently trying to get the policy passed. At the time of press for The Rambler, the policy was set to be presented to the Student Life Committee on March 6.
Students, staff and faculty at Texas Wesleyan experienced a power outage and cancellation of some classes March 5 due to a blow out from a main electrical line TXU energy supports. Luke Nicoles, supervisor of facilities, said this blow out caused a ground fall burn in a pit located in