The Black Student Association kicked of Black History Month with a read-in on Feb. 8 in the orientation room of the Eunice & James L. West Library. The event featured Arlington author Louie McClain II, who talked about his experience with the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, scholarship programs in
In 2014 Jenkins played at Lee College. He didn’t play in 2015. In 2016 he had an especially good year at Lee College averaging 15.6 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.5 assists. 2016-2017 played for head coach Johnny Jones at Louisiana State University, according to ramsports.net. He missed the first 11
Spending hours binge-watching Netflix and YouTube may soon become too expensive for college students. On Dec. 14, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 to end net neutrality. Net neutrality is a system that makes the internet free and equally accessible to users without any filtering or censorship from broadband
Now that the spring semester is in full swing, I feel I need to address an issue for those who are living with roommates in a dorm room. I have lived in a dorm here at Texas Wesleyan and at the University of North Texas, and I have also shared
The History Program has been making an effort to be more active, assistant professor of history Dr. Alistair Maeer said. Texas Wesleyan is hosting the second annual Medievalists and Early Modernists of North Texas and Oklahoma undergraduate conference in February; the program has also added a public history certificate and
In this Episode of RamblerTV Newscast Hannah Onder anchors and takes a loot at How the men’s basketball team is doing, the Lady Ram tennis team starts their season, and the School of Arts and Letters says goodbye to Dr. Mark Hanshaw, and the dreaded Flu.
Theatre Wesleyan’s production of “Important Hats of the Twentieth Century” will be a show full of firsts. The biggest one is that the show is a comedy fresh off Broadway. “We are actually going to be for what we know the regional premier (of this production),” said junior theatre major