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04 Apr 2018

Degrees alone won’t get students jobs

You got your degree. What now? Most people want to believe that once they graduate they’ll go straight to work. But does getting a degree really guarantee you a job? According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of Feb 2018, people over 25 with degrees had less unemployment

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03 Apr 2018

RMG Spring 2018 Documentary

Take a look at the Spring 2018 RMG faculty and staff Video by Sachiko Jayaratne  

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02 Apr 2018

Sign up to help young women expand their horizons

Saturday will mark the 30th year Texas Wesleyan holds an Expanding Your Horizons conference. With several sites across the country, an EYH conference allows seventh- and eighth-grade girls to experience various workshops from professional women in the STEM fields. At Texas Wesleyan, the conference will take place in the Sid

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29 Mar 2018

Rams resume rampage

When the spring baseball season arrived, the Rams came in swinging. Now, midway through the season, the action still hasn’t stopped. Ranked No. 2 in the Sooner Athletic Conference, the Rams have a 10-2 conference record, and a 22-7 overall record. The Rams are currently on a nine-game win streak,

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28 Mar 2018

Students protest 16-hour block rate change

About 30 Texas Wesleyan students gathered Wednesday afternoon to silently protest the 16-hour block rate change. The protest was held on the third floor of the Oneal-Sells Administration Building outside a student and academic affairs committee meeting and was organized by the Student Government Association. The event was a response

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27 Mar 2018

Lecture gives insight into Oklahoma history

Texas Wesleyan’s West Library Reference and Instruction Librarian Dennis Miles gave a lecture Tuesday afternoon in the library’s orientation room on the history of the Armstrong Academy, which was once part of the Choctaw Education System. Miles said he decided to talk about the Armstrong Academy because he had the

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26 Mar 2018

Hutchinson leads her first SGA meeting

Three bills were proposed and two were passed at Friday’s Student Government Association meeting. It was Alyssa Hutchinson’s first meeting as president, replacing Zahraa Saheb. SGA passed a bill to allocate $150 for a celebration cookout for the men’s basketball team. Representative Francia Hernandez proposed the bill; the team won

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