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08 Oct 2018

Swift finally speaks up on politics

I never thought I would say this, but I am so proud of Taylor Swift, and I want everyone to know it. Swift, who has refrained from speaking on her political values for pretty much her entire career, took to Instagram Sunday to share her beliefs and who she will

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07 Oct 2018

Lions lick Rams 55-31 in stormy game

The Rams lost to the Langston Lions 55-31 on Saturday at Farrington Field. Last season, the Rams lost to the Lions 34-0. In the first quarter, the Lions took the lead with two touchdowns. However, with a little more than five minutes left in the quarter, the Rams scored their

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04 Oct 2018

Rams plan to rise to the occasion against Langston Lions

Former Rams player Azeez Akande is proud to see his team’s success this season. “We’re making progress,” said the sophomore psychology and Christian studies major. “It kind of shows like even though last year was kind of slow it’s like the tortoise and the hare type of thing. Once we

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04 Oct 2018

Students apathetic about fall break

Fall break starts Friday and Texas Wesleyan students are looking forward to the brief respite from homework and tests. Elspeth Harris, a junior computer science major, said she was spending time around the house. “Probably just house maintenance,” she said. “Oh, there is a wedding I’m going to. Other than

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02 Oct 2018

Sportscast with Cesar Vidana

Stories included: Men’s Basketball Team Captain Feature Common Sports Injuries Among Student-Athletes  

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01 Oct 2018

SGA announces plans for Homecoming Week

Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association presented the events they will be hosting during Homecoming Week Oct. 29-Nov. 3 at Friday’s general business meeting. Every day during the week leading up to the homecoming game will have an event, SGA Chief Justice Zack Lanham said. The Rams play the Lyon College

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28 Sep 2018

Latin/Hispanic Heritage Committee hosts cultural fair

Students, faculty and family celebrated the second annual Latin/Hispanic Heritage Month event on Thursday with music, companionship, and wonderful food. Members of B.E.S.O. (Bilingual Education Student Organization) helped serve food and refreshments to attendees at Martin Hall. Along with enjoying food from a variety of Latin/Hispanic communities, more than 75

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