13 May 2015

A student’s journey to graduation

Maria Arreloa’s purple hair isn’t the only thing that makes her stand out. On May 16, Arreloa, 24, will be walking across the stage to receive her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology from Texas Wesleyan at Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary. She will be the first person in her family

01 May 2015

Memorial service set for Wesleyan student

A Saturday memorial service has been scheduled for Texas Wesleyan student Jody Smith, according to a university official. Smith’s memorial is 4 p.m. Saturday at the Shenandoah Townhomes Club Complex, 1151 Remington Circle in Burleson, according to an email sent out Friday by Dean of Students Dennis Hall. “Our thoughts

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29 Apr 2015

Beating cancer gave me inspiration

Testicular cancer is the leading cancer in young men ages 15 to 35, according to data provided by the Testicular Cancer Awareness Foundation. Why should you care? I had the same mindset. It didn’t bother me; I assumed I was invincible, and there was no history of cancer in my

28 Jan 2015

Wesleyan student remembered

Texas Wesleyan University political science major William T. Harrison died on Friday,  according to a university official. Harrison was scheduled to graduate in May and had been involved with the National Society of Leadership and Success, Mortar Board, 3PR, Phi Alpha Delta, Pi Gamma Mu, and Pi Sigma Alpha, according

08 Jan 2015

Wesleyan student dies in Mexico

  Texas Wesleyan University student Elizabeth Suarez, 21, died in Mexico on Saturday, according to a university official. Suarez was killed on Jan. 3 while riding in a truck with her family on the Ojinaga toll road in Chihuahua, Mexico, according to elcentineladeojinaga.com.mx. The Toyota Tacoma’s front tire became damaged and the