23 Nov 2018

Sheremeta travels to Texas for eSports

Having known about eSports for a long time, New York native Lukien Sheremeta decided to move down to Fort Worth to be in the Texas Wesleyan eSports program. Sheremeta did not have any eSports options at the local community colleges in upstate New York, so he knew if he was

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19 Nov 2018

Fort Worth joins Rams in well-being pledge

Fort Worth became a certified Blue Zones Community in October, a milestone for the city in terms of health and well-being. The Blue Zones Project is a community movement that encourages people to improve their health and well-being, Alexis Patterson from the Fort Worth Blue Zones Project wrote in an

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14 Nov 2018

Project Transformation stacks up more participants

Project Transformation, a non-profit organization that works toward improving literacy among kids in the Fort Worth area, held its eight-week summer camp from May 26 to July 28. According to the program’s impact report, a total of 188 children attended the summer program, and 27 young adults served the organization.

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09 Oct 2018

Veasey values Texas Wesleyan education

Congressman Marc Veasey has spent the last five years serving as the United States Representative for Texas’ Congressional District 33. He is up for re-election on Nov. 6 against Republican Willie Billups and Libertarian Jason Reeves. Veasey has worked on the issues closest to him, which include education, health care

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27 Sep 2018

Flat Earthers believe the truth is out there

Most people do not question the shape of the Earth. It is something explained to us as children that we accept and move on. However, for some, the shape of the Earth matters significantly, especially to those who believe it is flat. A group of people called Flat Earthers who

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