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26 Oct 2017

How to stay safe while trick-or-treating

Texas Wesleyan students have been wondering how they can stay safe while trick-or-treating and being around in the Polytechnic Heights neighborhood for Halloween. “Students have to be mindful when venturing off campus for Halloween,” said Chris Beckrich, director of campus safety and security. “For one, I would say always travel

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26 Oct 2017

Newscast with Heather Olivia Shannon

Get informed on the Basketball season, Student organizations and more.

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25 Oct 2017

Blade Runner 2049 is a masterpiece

Blade Runner 2049 is a sequel made more than thirty years after Ridley Scott’s original 1982 film. Creating this sequel is a daunting task considering the immense time gap. Usually films made so many years after the original are reboots of the original or perhaps even made as an independent

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25 Oct 2017

Rams eager to take on Wayland Baptist University

The Rams have one goal in mind for this Saturday. “Score more than Wayland,” head coach Joe Prud’homme said, referring to the Wayland Baptist University Pioneers, the team the Rams will be playing at 2 p.m. at Farrington Field. But within that goal, there are smaller ones as well, Prud’homme

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25 Oct 2017

E3P Program Hosts Halloween Kickoff Party

The School of Business and the English Partner Practice Program held a Halloween kickoff party in the Armstrong–Mabee Business building on Tuesday during free period. The E3P Program, which stands for English Partner Practice Program, was created by the School of Business to assist students who are non-English speaking with

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25 Oct 2017

Artists discuss their work at Templeton studio

Tuesday was a day of firsts for the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio. “You are the first attendees in the first gallery talk of the first art gallery at Texas Wesleyan University,” art professor Kit Hall said to a group of students, faculty and staff at the artist talk for

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23 Oct 2017

Rams briefly take the lead, fall to Lyon College

The Rams lost to Lyon College 21-14 on Saturday in Arkansas, but there was a significant sign of improvement. For the first time in the season, the Rams (0-8, 0-5 CSFL) led an opponent. The team’s first quarter drive of 45 yards in 11 plays was capped by a fourth

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