17 Oct 2014

Bubble Soccer

Bubble soccer came to Wesleyan on Sept. 30, with students suiting up for a no holes barred match on the mall. Students from various majors, dressed in various attires, showed up for the friendly competition, which followed the second annual fashion show. Muhammad Hasona, freshman biology major expressed his enthusiasm

09 Jul 2014

Life after graduation for recent alumni

The Rambler’s own David Hagen, former mass communication major and editor/content producer for The Rambler, is excited about what the future holds. “It feels amazing to graduate, and [the graduation] ceremony was great fun,” Hagen said. “I have two more summer classes, [and] then I can start working in my

06 May 2014

Texas Wesleyan honors the University Senate of the United Methodist Church

On Tuesday, April 15, about 30 Texas Wesleyan students assembled, in Baker Building, with representatives of the University Senate of the United Methodist Church-Dr. Melanie Overton, Dr. Pamela Balch and Ms. Tijuana Hudson-to discuss how the Wesleyan experience is improved by its affiliation with the Methodist Church, which occurs every

25 Apr 2014

Texas Wesleyan’s Mortar Board

Wesleyan’s Mortar Board is one of only 230 prestigious chapters across the nation. The national honor society for senior students prides itself and lifelong members on the principles of scholarship, leadership and service. Mortar Board began with two students who met coincidentally in 1918. Although the students were from different campuses,

17 Apr 2014

Texas wesleyan’s Goostree Symposium enrich poetic side

Ekere Tallie, poet, educator, speaker and poetry editor of “African Voices,” graced Texas Wesleyan’s Martin Hall. On March 25,as keynote presenter at the 33rd annual Goostree Symposium, Tallie discussed “Success is…success ain’t: redefining what it means to make it.” On being an artist Tallie described her work as an exploration of silence, sexism, racism