Texas Wesleyan’s Career Services hosted its annual Graduate and Professional School Fair on Thursday at Lou’s Place. The fair included 30 representatives from 30 schools, including Texas Christian University, Texas A&M and the University of Texas and Arlington. Director of Career Services Gary L. Stout said Career Services is doing
As a kid, all Ricky Dotson only ever dreamed of being was be a basketball coach. Dotson remembers going to practices with his dad, Dale Dotson, who was an assistant coach at the University of Texas. Dotson said he used to hang out at the gym and around the offices
What if one written word could ruin your whole career? In 2018, it’s become a common trend to see people fired for old tweets made five, 10, and recently 35 years ago. According to the Indianapolis Star, in late August, retired Indy 500 and Formula One driver Derek Daly was
Most people do not question the shape of the Earth. It is something explained to us as children that we accept and move on. However, for some, the shape of the Earth matters significantly, especially to those who believe it is flat. A group of people called Flat Earthers who
Episode Two: The Highs and Lows This week on “Off the Record” LaTerra Wair and Hannah Onder talk about the 1969 moon landing conspiracy theory, Bill Crosby’s trial, Michelle Obama’s speech, and the legalization of marijuana. “Off the Record” is a podcast hosted by LaTerra Wair and Hannah Lathen that
The volleyball team is excelling with their wins just 2 months into the semester. What’s their secret? Hear head coach Jessica Ransom shares her winning strategies in this week’s episode of Sports Access.
The School of Health Professions continues to attract numerous graduate students to Texas Wesleyan University. Dr. Brian Koonce, a professor for the School of Health Professions, described the school as a mix of several different graduate programs. “The School of Health Professions brings the Counseling Programs (and faculty), the Graduate