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09 Oct 2017

Naked But Real addresses serious topics with music and poetry

Adam Peters was eating dinner at West Express Eatery, when the next thing he knew he was on stage next door performing his poetry. “It’s the first time I’ve went to an event and presented a piece,” Peters said. “I was kind of nervous at first, but when I started

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08 Oct 2017

Rams lose to Texas College

Texas Wesleyan fell 21-11 to Texas College on Saturday in Tyler.   The Rams (0-6) needed to take control of the opportunities they were given early on in the game, head coach Joe Prud’homme said.    “If we had taken advantage of field position early on we could have taken

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04 Oct 2017

West Library wants you to know your reading rights

After a decade of the idea circulating through library circles, Reference Assistant Risa Brown, brought TXWES Reads 1984 to campus this semester. “We thought that a campuswide read would help us [get more involved in the Wesleyan community], so we could pull in students, staff, and faculty to discuss things

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04 Oct 2017

Students to showcase their skills at Naked but Real

Dexter Collins keeps coming back to perform at Naked But Real to showcase his talents.  “The main reason I participate is not just because it is an outlet of expression,” said Collins, a junior music major, “but because it allows me to showcase what I have been working on and

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04 Oct 2017

Rams confident about Texas College game

When asked if the Texas College game this Saturday could be the Rams’ first win of the season, head coach Joe Prud’homme said, “We are certainly approaching it that way.” Both teams are 0-5 this season, and Texas College, located in Tyler, has suffered at least one crushing defeat, losing

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01 Oct 2017

Rams learn from loss to Langston

The Rams fell to the Langston University Lions 34-0 on Saturday, but head coach Joe Prud’homme saw some improvement, despite the score. “The run offense, special teams and overall defensive improvement were the strengths,” Prud’homme said after the game, which was played in Oklahoma. “The defensive line especially was a

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27 Sep 2017

Wesleyan students learn about politics at Texas Tribune Festival

Texas Wesleyan University Intro to Political Science students and Hatton Sumner Scholars traveled to the University of Texas at Austin over the weekend for The Texas Tribune Festival.  About 13 Wesleyan students attended this event, as well as university professors Dr. Michelle Payne, associate professor of political science; Dr. Barbara

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