Construction on the Nick and Lou Martin University Center is moving right along and despite 25 days lost to bad weather, its completion date in July remains the same, according to Director of Facilities Brian Franks. Before the university closed for winter break, the steel structure of the building had
Texas Wesleyan’s Athletic Department is set to hire a new coach for the men and women’s wrestling team this week, Athletic Director Ricky Dotson said Tuesday. “We hope to make a decision by the end of the week and of course they will have to go through background checks and
Texas Wesleyan’s Graduate Program of Nurse Anesthesia was recognized at Tuesday’s Fort Worth City Council meeting; the council proclaimed Jan. 20 to Jan. 26 to be National Certified Nurse Anesthetist Week. District 7 Councilman Dennis Shingleton recognized the group of more than 10 Texas Wesleyan students at the meeting, as
The Honorable Judge Lorraine Irby remembers feeling peer pressure as a teenager. It was the summer after eighth grade, and she was starting over at a new school; she was invited to a party, and she wanted the cute older boys to like her. One of them offered her a
Dr. Kimberly Persley gave the fall 2018 graduates three life lessons during her commencement speech Saturday at MacGorman Chapel on the Southwestern Theological Baptist Seminary campus. Persley is a gastroenterologist with a clinical appointment at UT Southwestern Medical School Department of Digestive Disease, and she graduated from Wesleyan in 1989.
Texas Wesleyan honored undergraduate seniors alongside their parents, faculty and staff at the university’s 91st robing convocation Friday in Nicholas Martin Hall. “From the time this institution of higher learning was founded in 1890, a strong bond has united members of the student body and the faculty,” Wesleyan President Frederick