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10 Feb 2012

President seeks faculty, student input with website

  Joshua Dunk   jkdunk@txwes.edu   With the school year’s end fast approaching, the executive staff have begun budget planning for the 2012-2013 year.   The executive staff have initiated the Common Sense budget website. The website is designed to get input from the faculty and students.    It’s the

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10 Feb 2012

New housing development remains in planning stages

  Rolandra West   rdwest@txwes.edu   A number of students have heard about the possibilities of new housing developments including one- to two-bedroom town homes in the Texas Wesleyan University area, but nothing has been made official.   The possibilities of townhomes on Rosedale Street have become more concrete with

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10 Feb 2012

Library houses Trinity River Vision model

  Tristian Evans   tkevans1098@txwes.edu   Texas Wesleyan students have probably noticed the railroad model on display at the entrance of the Eunice & James L. West Library. The model represents larger plans for the city of Fort Worth’s future.   Matt Oliver, communication specialist for the Trinity River Vision

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09 Feb 2012

Syrian President Slaughters His People

How far will and can the United States government go to protect people who are not their own? This is a baffling idea when you see young children losing body parts and parents surviving only in intensive care. This same thought, however, brings me back to a thought of why

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09 Feb 2012

Paranormal goodness beats network dramas, hands down

So when you’re drowning in reality television, and you just want some pure scripted drama to watch (yes, some could argue that reality TV is in fact scripted), you don’t have to flip too far to find a slew of choices. First off, I’d stick with the cable or premium

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09 Feb 2012

College Professors Acting like High School Teachers.

I am currently paying all of my professors through what I believe to be a massive amount of tuition for a school that has less than massive amenities. For professors at any college level, big or small, I believe their responsibility is solely to teach the subject. High school is

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06 Feb 2012

Super Bowl halftime fizzles out quick

Well, the least recognizable star of the Super Bowl halftime show, MIA,  may have ruined it for future pop artists. Don’t know who MIA is? Yeah, that’s okay–neither did I until I rooted around on Google for a few minutes. However, all I really need to know is she’ll be

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