02 Mar 2019

Are adding sports helpful or harmful?

Texas Wesleyan has been trying its best to keep the number of students increasing over the past few years. The university’s main source has been adding sports teams to ensure that enrollment keeps growing. Since the fall of 2015, Wesleyan has added men’s and women’s tennis, football, dance, esports and

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28 Feb 2019

Parking pickle plagues Wesleyan

Texas Wesleyan has a multitude of issues regarding the parking lots on campus. These issues include a general lack of parking space for students, as Wesleyan is a commuter campus. There is also a lack of visibility of the parking lines in the lots, and although facilities hoped to repaint

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18 Sep 2018

Sprinkler system soaks students

Texas Wesleyan students who live in the apartment-style dorm rooms in West Village have been complaining for months about the broken sprinklers scattered around the area. For many, it is an unnecessary hassle that leaves them wet when returning to their home away from home. Sophomore mathematics major Jordan Grinage moved into

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27 Apr 2017

Wesleyan improves infrastructure

Texas Wesleyan President Frederick G. Slabach said last week that the 2020 vision created for the facilities department is right on track. Speaking at a 2020 Town Hall meeting at the Baker Building on April 18, Slabach said he wants the facilities to reflect the quality that is presented and

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14 Nov 2016

Martin Center to open in Fall 2019

If all goes well, Texas Wesleyan will have a new heart by late 2019. That’s how Jim Lewis, vice president of university advancement, describes the Nick and Lou Martin University Center, which will provide a focal point for the campus. “It’s going to be a game changer for Texas Wesleyan,”

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