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03 May 2018

Hall looks forward to new year of exhibits

Dr. Kit Hall is a professor of art at Texas Wesleyan University.    She teaches drawing, and is also the director of Wesleyan’s Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio. Hall was chair of the Art Department at Wesleyan before it was dissolved.   Hall has kept a framed photo of an article in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram from 1940 about how students at the time created the

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02 May 2018

Choral ensembles combine for concert at Martin Hall

Three Texas Wesleyan student choral ensembles joined forces Tuesday night to present a concert in Nicholas Martin Hall.   The Women’s Chorus, accompanied by Aimee Hurst Bozarth on piano, and the Men’s Chorus, accompanied by Keith Critcher on various instruments, performed separately and then combined as the Chamber Singers to play songs from the choral repertory.  Dr. Jerome Bierschenk, department chair, said the participating students are studying

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02 May 2018

Rams Reach Semis in First Season

The Texas Wesleyan men’s tennis team has advanced to the semi-final round of this year’s National Athletic Intercollegiate Association regional tournament. The Rams swept Southwestern Christian University 5-0 in the quarterfinals on Friday; the team swept the doubles competition and got a three-set win from Linus Richter and a 6-4,

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02 May 2018

Schies looks back on successful career at Wesleyan

Senior business finance major Alex Schies made history over the weekend by becoming a four-time Sooner Athletic Conference Player of the Year. Schies won her second consecutive SAC Individual Championship while leading the Rams to their first conference on April 22, according to ramsports.net. It was the eighth career tournament

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02 May 2018

Spring recital showcases Wesleyan students’ talents

Theatre Wesleyan hosted its spring studio voice recital on Monday night in the Thad Smotherman Theatre. The students presented a combination of singing and piano playing. According to txwes.edu, the selections included a mix of classic and contemporary Broadway musicals, and songs by popular artists. Adjunct instructors of voice and

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01 May 2018

Bollywood Night features South Asian culture

Bollywood appeared on campus on Friday and South Asian culture was embraced. Bollywood Night, a social event with food and Bollywood music that encouraged South Asian students to come out and celebrate, took place in the Baker Building at 7:30 p.m. and went on until 10 p.m. “I always wanted

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01 May 2018

Speaker discusses importance of community gardens

Polytechnic United Methodist Church welcomed the public to the sanctuary on Sunday as the Tarrant Area Food Bank (TAFB) gave a presentation about community gardens. Tricia Bowes, PUMC’s education committee chair, said the church invited Micheline Hynes from the Tarrant Area Food Bank’s community gardens. Bowes said the church tries

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