03 Mar 2017

Greek Week includes playing capture the flag

Texas Wesleyan fraternities and sororities participated in a game of capture the flag Thursday as part of Greek Week.   Each team was given a flag that they would then hide from the opposing team; each team was given 20 minutes to find the opposing team’s flag. When a flag

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15 Nov 2016

The Rambler: A century of coverage

For the past century, The Rambler has covered major news events both on campus and around the country. The following timeline showcases some of the biggest breaking news stories from each decade. To view the full stories in their original issues, follow the links listed below the timeline.  Jan. 1,

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02 Oct 2016

Wesleyan registration is a frustration

Texas Wesleyan’s admission and registration process sends students in circles. Taking a new step in life can be a stressful process, but today’s resources should make the process easier.  Students are able to apply online. They fill out their paperwork, transfer their documents to administration, apply for financial aid and

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30 Sep 2016

Does Wesleyan love Trump?

Donald Trump trumps Hillary Clinton in the minds of Texas Wesleyan University students. In June, uCribs, a national website that focuses on helping college students find housing, targeted 18-22-year-olds with advertising that mentions Trump; by clicking, students showed interest in the politician. Wesleyan students were more interested in Trump than

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30 Aug 2016

Wesleyan hosts first Grad Kickoff

Seniors got a jump on graduation on Tuesday as Texas Wesleyan hosted its first Grad Kickoff event. Held at Lou’s Place, the event gave seniors a chance to order their caps, gowns, and class ring and purchase tickets for graduation. There were also booths with information about Wesleyan alumni programs

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