09 Mar 2018

Students pack into PAC’s wax hand event

Students were invited to create molds of their hands using wax in the Brown-Lupton Campus Center lobby on Thursday. During the event, which was held between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., many students stopped by to mold hands signs, although there were no gang signs or profanity allowed; students seemed

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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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11 Apr 2017

Students examine library as part of National Library Week event

Senior history major David Estrada was just looking for some free popcorn when he walked into the Eunice and James L. West Library on Monday afternoon. What he found was a scavenger hunt; when it was done, he had received a free T-shirt and was entered into a drawing for

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31 Mar 2017

Wesleyan becomes more inclusive

In spring 2016, Dr. Alison Simons, associate professor of sociology and Gay-Straight Alliance advisor, approached David Monge, coordinator of Student Life and Greek Life, about expanding the Gay-Straight Alliance’s ally training program into something bigger. A year later, Monge has provided the program with a permanent home in Student Affairs,

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22 Mar 2017

National champs welcomed home with surprise reception

With chants of “Let’s go Rams!,” around 60 Wesleyan fans cheered on the men’s basketball team Wednesday afternoon as they stepped off the bus from Kansas City. The celebration came less than 24 hours after the Rams won the NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball National Championship on Tuesday night, beating

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