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Family members gather outside Martin Hall before Fridays Robing Convocation.
Photo by David Cason

Robing convocation honors professors, graduates

David Cason May 17, 2019

Friday’s Robing Convocation at Martin Hall honored the professors that had the most impact on Texas Wesleyan graduates.  More than 20 professors gathered in preparation of robing more than 150 students....

Jesus Saldana and Gisela Ponce attend their first Alumni Reunion Dinner together as a married couple.
Photo by David Cason

Alumni celebrate at reunion dinner

David Cason April 29, 2019

Texas Wesleyan’s Office of Alumni Relations held the alumni reunion dinner on Friday at Cooper’s Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards. Food was served buffet style while a...

Alumni stop at Dan Waggoner Hall for the Wesleyan Wine Walk on Saturday.
Photo by David Cason

Wine Walk, Afterglow Party highlight weekend of alumni events

David Cason April 29, 2019

Texas Wesleyan’s Office of Alumni Relations continued the weekend’s alumni festivities with Reunion Brunch: Honoring Alpha Chi & Golden Shears on Saturday morning. This was followed by the first...

Nick Davis sits at the Were Pro-Gun, Change Our Mind table in front of the West Library.
Photo by David Cason

Young Conservatives’ pro-gun event held on campus

David Cason April 25, 2019

Texas Wesleyan’s chapter of Young Conservatives of Texas held a tabling event Thursday outside of the Eunice and James L. West Library. “We’re Pro-Gun, Change Our Minds” was the topic of discussion. The...

Senior Ben Huebner gave up social media for Lent 2019. 
Graphic by Hannah Onder

Students at Wesleyan celebrate Lent holiday

David Cason April 9, 2019

Spring brings more than the just the change of weather and blooming of flowers. Ash Wednesday starts the holy season of Lent, which lasts roughly six weeks leading up to Easter Sunday. Traditionally...

Hiding under a desk is not an option. Run, hide, and fight if necessary to keep yourself safe.
Cartoon by Hannah Onder

Training now saves lives later

David Cason March 29, 2019

We face the grim reality that active shooter incidents are are rapidly increasing. Texas Wesleyan is attempting to face this possible eventuality by holding safety briefings, but this simply isn’t enough....

Senior marketing major Elena Sinde Romero reads the summer school scholarship poster at the Polytechnic United Methodist Church. 
Photo by Jacinda Chan

Wesleyan gifts students summer scholarships

David Cason February 22, 2019

Scholarships are now available to Wesleyan students for the summer 2019 semester. Students registered prior to Jan. 1 are eligible for a $3000 summer scholarship. Students are required to take a minimum...

Companies should shave away the politics

David Cason February 13, 2019

Each morning, when I look in the mirror to shave, who do I see staring back at me? Am I a product of my toxically masculine society? Thankfully, Procter & Gamble has alerted me to these flaws in...

Map sourced from txwes.edu.; break-in locations added by David Cason

Recent campus break-ins raise security concerns

David Cason January 31, 2019

Director of Safety and Security Chris Beckrich sent out an email Tuesday to Texas Wesleyan students and faculty to alert them to a recent rash of vehicle burglaries on campus. Beckrich’s email described...

Psi Chi President Angel Wren addresses students attending Tuesdays meeting.  
Photo By David Cason

Psi Chi holds first meeting of 2019

David Cason January 30, 2019

The Texas Wesleyan chapter of Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology, held its first meeting of 2019 on Tuesday. According to the Psi Chi website, membership is open to all students majoring...

Information poster about the Christmas party courtesy of Alyssa Hutchinson.

Wesleyan sponsors Polytechnic Christmas party

David Cason November 27, 2018

Texas Wesleyan will be sponsoring the Polytechnic Community Center's Christmas Party for children in the Polytechnic community on Dec. 13 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Texas Wesleyan’s Polytechnic community...

Thanksgiving traditions usually consist of Thanksgiving turkey.
Graphic by Hannah Lathen

Wesleyan students share Thanksgiving traditions

David Cason November 22, 2018

The leaves are turning color, the weather is becoming cooler, and finals are approaching quickly. This means Thanksgiving, held the fourth Thursday of November, is around the corner. While traditional...

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