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

05 May 2014

Texas Wesleyan reviews Nuts, Sluts, and Perverts

For the past six years Dr. Greg Gullion, associate professor of sociology and criminal justice at Wesleyan, has presented a crime education series called “Nuts, Sluts, and Perverts” that has been featured at University College Day. “I titled it this to catch people’s attention,” Gullion said, “and seeing as though this

01 May 2014

Texas Wesleyan’s best Bakeries in Fort Worth

Since moving to Texas four years ago, I’ve noticed that my eating habits have changed, and the food I eat is different to what I would eat back home In the United Kingdom. In my last review of the best breakfasts in Fort Worth, I looked some of the best

12 Mar 2014

Construction around Texas Wesleyan and the DFW

All around Fort Worth people are experiencing a big change in their lives because of the construction on North Loop 820 and Interstate 35. This construction spans from the I35/820 east split to North Richland Hills and Hurst.  People who travel in this area often have most likely faced major traffic problems getting

28 Feb 2014

2014 Wesleyan Homecoming King and Queen

The anticipation of the 2014 Wesleyan Homecoming King and Queen announcement was heavy leading up to the coronation Feb. 15. Facebook and Instagram were full of pictures and posts advertising the King and Queen hopefuls. “Vote for me!” was being yelled through campus as students walked to class. On Homecoming