Dr. Carol Johnson–Gerendas says guest speakers are extremely beneficial for her classes. “I select speakers that can support or inform internship or career possibilities for students,” Johnson–Gerendas, an associate professor of mass communication, wrote in an email. This semester she invited Deborah Ferguson, NBC channel 5 anchor, to speak to
After a decade of the idea circulating through library circles, Reference Assistant Risa Brown, brought TXWES Reads 1984 to campus this semester. “We thought that a campuswide read would help us [get more involved in the Wesleyan community], so we could pull in students, staff, and faculty to discuss things
Faculty and students squared off during free period Thursday in the annual homecoming-week game. The two teams played to 28-28 tie in front of around 50 people, and after the game was over, student player Anthony Harper, a junior forensic accounting major and football player, said the contest was a
As the Rambler celebrates its 100-year anniversary, the following audio slideshow takes a look at what the publication means to the faculty, staff and students of Texas Wesleyan University.
Texas Wesleyan has announced several events to raise money and awareness for victims of the earthquake that devastated parts of Nepal on Saturday. Wesleyan will host a candlelight memorial service at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in front of the West Library, said Dean of Freshman Success Joe Brown. One week later,