As the football sailed through the uprights on Saturday, cheers erupted across Farrington Field. It was the fourth quarter of the Rams’ homecoming game against the Bacone College Warriors, and the Rams had just gotten on the scoreboard with a field goal. They now trailed the Warriors 33-3. Junior music
A new football program is not the only thing Texas Wesleyan University is preparing for the fall of 2017.A new pep band and drumline will also start regularly performing at various campus events and are already rehearsing, according to Dr. Mai Hessel, adjunct of music. The two groups held their
Texas Wesleyan University alumni, faculty members, donors and students came together on Friday at the Fort Worth Club to celebrate the Alumni Medal Dinner. The event honored many members of the Wesleyan community for either their excellence inside the classroom, or the outreach work they are doing for the university.
Fifty years after he started teaching full-time at Texas Wesleyan, Dr. Bill Hailey was given one of the university’s highest honors. Hailey, 81, was named Alumnus of the Year last November at the 2015 Alumni Medal Dinner. “I told the audience at the awards dinner that we were celebrating
The Rambler’s own David Hagen, former mass communication major and editor/content producer for The Rambler, is excited about what the future holds. “It feels amazing to graduate, and [the graduation] ceremony was great fun,” Hagen said. “I have two more summer classes, [and] then I can start working in my