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Cameron Bennett surveys the scene after a crash outside Sundance Square.

Wesleyan student pulls couple from overturned car

Calvin Johnson February 25, 2017

A Texas Wesleyan student helped a couple in a dire situation on Friday night.Two cars collided at the intersection of W 4th St. and Main St, near Sundance Square at approximately 10: 50 p.m. The crash...

Friday the 13th is regarded as a day of bad luck and calamity in Western culture.

Students share superstitions from around the world

Calvin Johnson January 13, 2017

Friday the 13th is regarded in the Western world as a day shrouded in superstition. While superstitions certainly aren’t backed up scientifically, the day seems to bring out the paranoid mystic in many...

Chance the Rappers album, Coloring Book, made it to the top 10 of the Billboard 200 list.

Giving musical freedom a Chance

Calvin Johnson November 15, 2016

Becoming successful in the music industry without signing to a label is a lot like becoming successful in your field without having a degree; a lot of people would say that it’s nearly impossible to...

Jacqueline Rodriguez celebrates the opening of the West Express Eatery.
Photo by Calvin Johnson.

West Express Eatery: Fast Food, or Rush Job?

Calvin Johnson September 6, 2016

Texas Wesleyan University’s GrilleWorks restaurant, previously located in the Brown-Lupton Campus Center, had its grand reopening on Aug. 30 in the Baker Building as the West Express Eatery.With a new...

Kate Wiant, pictured left, was memorialized Thursday afternoon.

Continuing to remember Kate Wiant

Calvin Johnson August 19, 2016

[embedyt][/embedyt]According to Library Services and Assessment Manager Sheri Parker, Wiant was very artistic. “She hand drew an adult coloring book that...

Dr. Gladys Childs gives the invocation at Thursdays memorial service for Kate Wiant.

Memorial service held for reference librarian Kate Wiant

Calvin Johnson August 18, 2016

Students, faculty, and community members gathered on Thursday to mourn the loss of and celebrate the life of Martha “Kate” Wiant.The ceremony, held in the sanctuary of Poly United Methodist Church...

King’s message of nonviolence as important as ever

King’s message of nonviolence as important as ever

Calvin Johnson January 17, 2016

On January 20, 1986, the United States recognized the first Martin Luther King Jr. Day to celebrate King’s birthday and contributions. Now, 30 years later, our nation finds his words as relevant as...

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