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29 Mar 2019

Belarus native finds home at Wesleyan

Viyaleta Manastyrskaya is a table tennis player from Gomel, Belarus who has been playing since she was nine years old. “When I was a kid, I tried different sports, but table tennis stole my heart,” she said. “I think it happened because of the people that were around me; I

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29 Mar 2019

Training now saves lives later

We face the grim reality that active shooter incidents are are rapidly increasing. Texas Wesleyan is attempting to face this possible eventuality by holding safety briefings, but this simply isn’t enough. Active shooter training should be mandatory for all professors teaching on campus and active shooter drills should be done

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28 Mar 2019

SGA votes to put recycling container on campus

Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association passed a bill which will put a recycling container on campus for students living in residence halls. The Recycling Container Bill Fund was presented by SGA Vice President Lynzie Moore and will cover the cost of $2,000 for a six-yard container over the course of

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27 Mar 2019

Rambler Media reigns in awards at TIPA 2019

Junior mass communication major Tina Huynh received the Jeff Henderson Scholarship from the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association at its annual conference March 13-16 in Corpus Christi. This is the second time Huynh has received a scholarship from TIPA, last year winning the Frank Buckley Scholarship. The Jeff Henderson Scholarship is

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27 Mar 2019

Rosedale restaurant to open in early April

Ben’s Triple B: Biscuits, Burgers, and Brews is approaching an early April opening date. The restaurant, on the corner of Rosedale and Wesleyan streets, is set to open April 1, said owner and chef Ben Merritt, although that could still change. “The fire marshall is making us change our address,

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26 Mar 2019

Rams sign 13-year-old to baseball team

Video by Miranda Day Jaiden Mehta signed his national letter of intent on Monday to play baseball at Texas Wesleyan University. As a signed player, Mehta, 13, gets to go to team practices, games, team dinners, events and everything else the team takes part in. Despite being diagnosed with a

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