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03 Nov 2017

Rams crush at the season opener

The NAIA national champion men’s basketball team opened their season Thursday with a 92-57 win over Southwestern Adventist University. Prior to the game, Texas Wesleyan President Frederick Slabach distributed the national championship rings to the coaches and players from the previous season. Many players who graduated last semester showed up

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02 Nov 2017

Do you know the haunted history of Wesleyan?

Students don’t have to go to a haunted house to get spooked. With the numerous buildings that are supposedly haunted on campus, students might find themselves in the presence of a ghost studying in the library or attending a play at the Thad Smotherman Theatre. Dean of Freshman Joe “Pro

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02 Nov 2017

FCA offers students a place for community

On Oct. 24, Fellowship of Christian Athletes hosted their first ever Faith First event with guest speakers Ryan Young and Dr. David Fraze. Attendees listened to Young and Fraze speak about their religious experiences at the Sid Richardson Gym. Young, a former offensive tackle for the Dallas Cowboys, Houston Texas,

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02 Nov 2017

New restaurant set to open across from campus

Award-winning chef Ben Merritt has finally found the perfect place to open his new restaurant. And it’s right across the street from Texas Wesleyan University. University President Frederick Slabach announced that as part of the Rosedale Renaissance, Merritt would be opening Ben’s Triple B: Biscuits, Burgers and Brews to a

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02 Nov 2017

Ward puts fatherhood before career

When Michael Ward graduated from William Jewel College in the early 1990s as an honors student with a degree in political science and history, he had no idea what he wanted to do with his life. He took a job at a machine shop and had a hobby of shooting

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02 Nov 2017

Celebrities use fame to impact change

A few weeks ago, I attended a Harry Styles concert in Irving, Texas, and I was happily reminded of the positive influence celebrities and public figures can have on the public. One of the statements Styles repeated throughout his show was “Treat people with kindness.” This statement was also printed

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02 Nov 2017

Annual bear drive helps children in need

The School of Arts and Letters is collecting teddy bears and stuffed animals to donate to the Fort Worth Police Department for children in crisis situations. Dr. Mark Hanshaw, dean of the School of Arts and Letters, said this annual event is in partnership with the Fort Worth Police Department

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