15 Apr 2017

Roche moves to a new chapter

After two years of teaching at Texas Wesleyan University Sarah Elise Roche, assistant professor of marketing, will be joining her fiancé in Austin. Her decision to teach at Wesleyan was influenced by her own experience at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Roche said.   “They’re [St. Mary’s University] a

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13 Apr 2017

Olalde keeps Wesleyan in the family

Jacquelynn Olalde is a freshman at Texas Wesleyan, but her family’s connection to the university runs deep. Olalde, an EC-6 bilingual education major, is the fourth member of her family to attend Wesleyan, and the fourth to be part of the university’s Partnership Speak Up Scholarship. The scholarship requires recipients

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15 Nov 2016

Giving musical freedom a Chance

Becoming successful in the music industry without signing to a label is a lot like becoming successful in your field without having a degree; a lot of people would say that it’s nearly impossible to do. Yet Chance the Rapper has managed to not only succeed this way, but excel.

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30 Oct 2016

Matthews supports Stella Russell residents

Junior criminal justice major Katie Matthews has a name for the unexplained happenings in Stella Russell Hall. Some people find the weird noises and moving objects to be weird coincidences; others believe they’re the work of a ghost. Matthews believes the latter. “I call him Henry,” said Matthews. “I don’t

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19 Oct 2016

Daniell takes on new challenges

Dr. Steven Daniell is no longer Texas Wesleyan’s dean of School of Arts and Letters, but isn’t leaving Wesleyan any time soon. Daniell became the associate provost in early August. He has been a dean at Wesleyan since 2009, and before that he was a dean for two years at

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