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14 Nov 2018

Chesney’s love for games helps to create eSports program

Jacob Chesney believes that the Texas Wesleyan eSports program has allowed nonsocial students to engage in something bigger than themselves, something they normally wouldn’t engage in. Having been playing video games since he was six, the captain of the Hearthstone team and the program’s coordinator thinks that the Wesleyan program

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14 Nov 2018

Project Transformation stacks up more participants

Project Transformation, a non-profit organization that works toward improving literacy among kids in the Fort Worth area, held its eight-week summer camp from May 26 to July 28. According to the program’s impact report, a total of 188 children attended the summer program, and 27 young adults served the organization.

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14 Nov 2018

Hall says goodbye to Wesleyan

When a reader reaches the end of a chapter, they have to turn the page. New characters are to be introduced, different scenarios will be explored, and the reader will be eager to read what is next. Like books, life is made up of chapters, too. People have to start

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13 Nov 2018

Tubog shines in the School of Health Professions

Colleagues say Dr. Tito Tubog has impacted the School of Health Professions greatly in the time he has been there. Tubog wrote in an email that he came back to Texas Wesleyan to teach after getting his Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at the university in 2011. “I applied in

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13 Nov 2018

Coverson kills on the court

Tierra Coverson has been praised by coaches and teammates all season for her skills at the net. Coverson is a senior middle blocker for the Lady Rams and has helped lead them through this successful season, which currently has a record of 17-3 in conference and 24-10 overall. Coverson said

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13 Nov 2018

Legalization of marijuana continues to be hot political topic

Do you like fewer jobs, less medical options, and overcrowded jails? The legalization of marijuana, which was described by President Ronald Reagan in the 1980s as “possibly the most dangerous drug in America,” can create more jobs, provide more treatment options, and lower the number of people in overcrowded jails.

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13 Nov 2018

Trachier transitions into full-time coach

This isn’t women’s basketball head coach Steve Trachier’s first time around the block.    After dividing his time last season between being Texas Wesleyan’s athletic director and head coach, Trachier begins the 2018-2019 season just doing the latter.    “It’s the difference between having two full time jobs and one,” Trachier says. “It allows me to spend time working

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