What does it feel like to finally have a doctorate degree? It feels like having a weight being lifted off of you. At least that’s what Dr. Patricia Chastain says. Chastain, the student employment coordinator for Career Services, had her doctorial defense on Sept. 20 at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
Texas Wesleyan Department of Music presented a night of jazz on Thursday at Nicholas Martin Hall. The jazz ensemble consisted of a variety of instrumentalists and a vocalist, accompanied by two guest professionals. Daniel Porter, guest pianist, and Joseph Carpenter, guest percussionist, accompanied Wesleyan students Kristen Carlini, vocalist; Evan Piland
Texas Wesleyan University’s Student Government Association’s first order of business at Friday’s meeting was to elect a new vice president and senior representative. During the closed-door election, former Athletics Representative Lynzie Moore was elected vice president and Jacqueline Rodriguez was elected senior representative. “I’m so excited, now I get to
Bro-vet, thank you for your service, now can we move on to more import things? The bro-vet I am referring to always steers a discussion in class towards a narrative regarding veterans. There are very real issues that veterans deal with on a daily basis, from the ineptitude of the
Fort Worth became a certified Blue Zones Community in October, a milestone for the city in terms of health and well-being. The Blue Zones Project is a community movement that encourages people to improve their health and well-being, Alexis Patterson from the Fort Worth Blue Zones Project wrote in an
The Texas Wesleyan women’s soccer team has had much success over the past couple of years, but nothing can compare to the strides that they made this season. The Lady Rams won the Sooner Athletic Conference regular season championship for the first time since joining the SAC in 2013, according