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27 Apr 2017

Department awarded national accreditation

Texas Wesleyan University’s chemistry and biochemistry programs have earned the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology accreditation. Other than Wesleyan, only 62 other universities in the United States have been awarded this accreditation, according to txwes.edu. Dr. Ricardo E. Rodriguez, dean of the School of Natural and Social Sciences,

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26 Apr 2017

SGA voting continues through Friday

Voting for the 2017-2018 Student Government Association candidates, as well as Mr. and Ms. Wesleyan, began Wednesday and will continue through Friday. Students can vote via a link on an email sent out by Eugene Frier, assistant dean of student engagement, early Wednesday. The winners will be announced during free

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25 Apr 2017

Soccer players returning for final season

This spring is bittersweet for Texas Wesleyan soccer player Samantha Moore. She and three other juniors on the women’s team are working hard in the off-season to prepare for next season – their last competing for Wesleyan. “It is very sad,” said Moore. “However, we worked really hard to prepare for next season, so

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25 Apr 2017

Music education majors speak a universal language

How often do you hear from a Texas Wesleyan music education major? Probably not that often. That is because, according to Janna McKinley, the Department of Music’s music coordinator, there are only 57 music majors, and only 38 of them are studying music education. Several music education majors said there

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24 Apr 2017

Wesleyan faculty member joins Association of Teacher Educators board

While working on her doctoral degree at the University of North Texas in 2009, Dr. Elizabeth Ward was invited by her mentor to the Association of Teacher Educators conference. “I really found it to be a home for me,” said Ward of the conference. “It just made sense professionally, and

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23 Apr 2017

Football returned to Wesleyan with a bang

Football came back strong at Wesleyan this Saturday at Farrington Field.  Wesleyan’s new football team held the Blue and Gold Game, a scrimmage where the team was divided into two colors (Gold was offensive; Blue was defensive) and played a game that consisted of two 30-minute halves.   

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23 Apr 2017

Scrimmage gives high hopes for Wesleyan football

After more than seven decades, football returned to Texas Wesleyan on Saturday. Held at Farrington Field, the Blue & Gold game drew an estimated 2,500 people, and head coach Joe Prud’homme was happy with what he saw. “I thought it was a little sloppy but I thought all in all

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