Dalton Martin, a super senior at Texas Wesleyan University, might seem like an average college student on the surface but he is anything but average. Every day Martin gets up, brushes his teeth, showers, gets dressed and eats breakfast. If it’s a weekday he packs his black Nike backpack, grabs
Jeremy Crane, a senior mass communication major, sits down with two Wesleyan basketball players as they discuss the transition from leaving their countries to attend school in America. The video features transfer student Sam Smith, an accounting major from New Zealand, and Shaun Rost, a junior fiance major from Australia.
Peyton Prudhomme, a mass communication major, tells the stories of three Wesleyan students from across the world. He shares their background along with the adjustments and culture shifts they experience upon arriving to the United States.
As the words of concerned Tarrant County citizens bounced off the wall of the wood panel Funky Town Creative Arts Lounge, the diverse group of people looked at one another for guidance on what they could do to help. On November 30,a small group of college students, teachers, children of
The Statue of Liberty reads: Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame, With conquering limbs astride from land to land; Here at our sea-washed, sunset gates shall stand A mighty woman with a torch, whose flame Is the imprisoned lightning, and her name Mother of Exiles. From her beacon-hand
Fernando Luis Santillan was born a Mexico citizen to his parents Esteban Santillan Ceniceros and Carolina Salas Reyes. His brother, Esteban Santillan Jr. was born a United States citizen to the same parents. “So, my brother was born in El Paso, Texas because my mom decided to have him there and for
Dr. Michael Williams was named Alumnus of the Year in October during the 2017 Alumni Medal Dinner. Williams, who graduated from Texas Wesleyan in 1977 with a bachelor’s degree in biology, said winning the award was a fantastic feeling. He is the president of the UNT Health Science Center, a