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Life after Donation

Elena Maldonado December 18, 2019

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In order to be better prepared on how to work with puppets, the cast members attended a puppetry workshop lead by Rick Lyon, an original “Avenue Q” cast member.
Photo courtesy of Jacob Sanchez

R-rated musical pops up at Wesleyan

Elena Maldonado April 24, 2019

Theatre Wesleyan is getting ready to close the 2018-2019 season with “Avenue Q,” a puppet-filled musical. The show will be presented in the Thad Smotherman Theatre from April 25 to April 28. Jeff...

Kit Hall and Thrupeti Parekh set up the artwork for Hope.
Photo by Elena Maldonado

New art exhibition gives Wesleyan “Hope”

Elena Maldonado April 8, 2019

The Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio will begin showing a new art exhibit, “Hope,” on Monday. The artist is Chicago native Martin Brief. “The exhibition is made up of 1,116 small oil pastel...

Dr. Jeffery DeLotto poses with his newly published novel in his PUMC office. 
Photo by Elena Maldonado

DeLotto publishes short story turned novel

Elena Maldonado April 5, 2019

Dr. Jeffrey DeLotto was be able to check “publish novel” off his to-do list after publishing his first novel, “A Caddo’s Way,” in October 2018. DeLotto said was inspired to write about the Caddo...

The performers stand in front of the crowd after Fridays concert.
Photo by Elena Maldonado

President’s Honors Concert showcases Wesleyan students

Elena Maldonado April 1, 2019

The Department of Music held its 23rd annual President’s Honors Concert on Friday night in Nicholas Martin Hall. The hosts were President Frederick Slabach, his wife Melany Neilson and Texas Wesleyan...

The Department of Music will host a guest recital March 18.
Source: txwes.edu
Graphic by Elena Maldonado

Guest recital to feature ALTIUS Quartet, principal DSO harpist

Elena Maldonado March 18, 2019

The Department of Music will be presenting a performance-filled afternoon on March 18 in the Nicholas Martin Hall. The audience can expect to see performances from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Principal...

Dr. Paul Sikes directs the Wind Ensemble on Thursday at Martin Hall.
Photo by Elena Maldonado

Wind Ensemble performs at Martin Hall

Elena Maldonado March 8, 2019

Family, friends, and students gathered at Nicholas Martin Hall on Thursday night to watch the Wind Ensemble concert hosted by the Department of Music. Dr. Paul Sikes, assistant professor of music, conducted...

Janis Joplin and the Vestal Virgins is one of the pieces of the new Silent Covenants exhibit at the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio.
Photo courtesy of Kit Hall

“Silent Covenants” opens at Templeton Art Studio

Elena Maldonado February 25, 2019

“Silent Covenants,” a new art exhibit, will be on display from Monday to March 28 at the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio. Rebecca Boatman, the artist, describes her art as “power, strength,...

Smokefall opens Feb. 14 at 7:30 p.m. in the Thad Smotherman Theatre and will run until Feb. 24.  Graphic contributed by Alexandra Flurry and Jacob Sanchez.

‘Smokefall’ appears at Wesleyan

Elena Maldonado February 13, 2019

Theatre Wesleyan will be kicking off the spring semester with a student-directed performance of “Smokefall” at the Thad Smotherman Theatre from Feb. 14 to Feb. 24. Alexandra Flurry, a senior theatre...

Jessica Koebbe plays the piano during her guest recital on Tuesday night. Photo by Elena Maldonado.

Koebbe plays a noteworthy performance at Wesleyan

Elena Maldonado February 13, 2019

The Department of Music hosted Dr. Jessica Koebbe for a guest piano recital on Tuesday night at the Nicholas Martin Hall. Koebbe is a former Texas Wesleyan professor, according to the program handed out...

Texas Wesleyan will host the 11th annual Duo-Piano Competition on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Graphic by Elena Maldonado

Wesleyan hosts pianists for annual competition

Elena Maldonado February 8, 2019

Texas Wesleyan, alongside co-sponsor the Fort Worth Piano Teachers FORUM, will be hosting the 11th annual Duo-Piano Competition Saturday at the Nicholas Martin Hall from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dr. Ilka Araújo,...

Elaine Barron will be graduating this month with a bachelors in English with a literature concentration. Barron plans to get certified to teach Special Needs students.
Photo contributed by Elaine Barron

Barron grows up at Wesleyan

Elena Maldonado December 14, 2018

College provides students the opportunity to gain knowledge, hone and refine acquired skills, and grow as an individual. It is a place where people can prepare to go out into the professional world,...

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