15 May 2014

Texas Wesleyan student talks Elephant Revival

Elephant Revival is one of the best, not known bands in the indie circuit today. A banjo, mandolin, guitar, classical bass, violin, washboard, and even a saw are used to produce music that is completely unique. Originally from Boulder, Colo., the five-member band takes the crowd on an original and

14 May 2014

Texas Wesleyan offers Domestic and Dating Abuse Awareness and Prevention

During the month of April Texas Wesleyan Student life is sponsoring the “No More” campaign to educate and prevent domestic and sexual violence. On April 8 at noon during free period Blake Bumbard, the security manager for Wesleyan, gave a presentation full of information about domestic violence as well as

23 Apr 2014

Texas Wesleyan presents “The Drowsy Chaperone”

For over six decades Theatre Wesleyan has put on an annual musical. To mark the 60th anniversary, Theatre Wesleyan will present “The Drowsy Chaperone” April 24-27. Directed by professor of theatre Connie Whitt-Lambert, the performance will run one weekend only with the debut on Thursday April 24, at 7:30 p.m. in

31 Mar 2014

Texas Wesleyan presents The Fisher-McDonald Duo

Critic Reviews London Premiere of Avebury Stone Circles Just before spring break music department chair and Professor Dr. John Fisher set off to London to go with South African soprano Suré Eloff as they premiered the song cycle “Avebury Stone Circles” by Gregory Rose. The pair put on two separate

19 Mar 2014

Texas Wesleyan shares music with the United Kingdom

Professor and Music Department chairman Dr. John Fisher traveled with South African soprano Suré Eloff  to England to debut Gregory Rose’s song cycle “Avebury Stone Circles” March 13 and 15. Over spring break there were two performances: one at the Church of St. Mary-le-bow, Cheapside, in central London, on March 13 and another at the