Rebekah Charleston has much to celebrate. Charleston received her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice at Texas Wesleyan in December 2016 and her master’s in Criminal Justice from the University of Texas at Arlington in December. This summer, Charleston will also be celebrating an event that has been 10 years in
Tarrant County has a vast history of racism and discrimination, and this is definitely not a thing of the past. 287g, part of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996, carries on this racist tradition by targeting immigrants without benefitting the community or making Tarrant County safer.
Thanking All Givers Day, or TAG Day, is an annual event at Texas Wesleyan University sponsored by the Office of Alumni Relations. The purpose of the event, which this year was held Tuesday, is to thank Wesleyan donors for their contributions to the campus, according to Alumni Relations Coordinator Branigan Contreras. More than 100 gold tags are placed
Monday was opening day at Ben’s Triple B: Biscuits, Burgers and Brews, and owner/chef Ben Merritt was very happy with the crowd the new restaurant drew. “We’ve had lots of love and support from the school and community, and at lunch we had a line out the door,” Merritt said
Wesleyan Students gathered together Sunday to compete in a Harry Potter Trivia Night. Mason Rodriguez, a senior political science major, thought co-hosting a trivia night would be fun. The event was held in the main lobby of West Village and four people showed up. “I was asking a friend of
Video by Ebeline Luna Texas Wesleyan’s Gold Line Dancers and Cheer teams held their annual showcase on Sunday. Many of the dancers were bittersweet that their two captains, Arlyssa Moaning and Torris Curry, are graduating this spring. “It is an honor to be captain of such an incredible team. I