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Piano students participate in Texas Wesleyan’s 12th annual duo-piano competition

Elizabeth Lloyd February 10, 2020

Texas Wesleyan’s music department hosted its 12th annual duo-piano competition in Nicholas Martin Hall on Feb. 8 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with a total of 26 teams competing in 5 separate divisions categorized...

Education program hosts 5th-year M.Ed. Lunch and Learn

Elizabeth Lloyd February 4, 2020

The 5th-year M.Ed. program hosted a lunch and learn event in the Nenetta Burton Carter building for junior and senior Early Childhood to 6 grade (EC-6), secondary certification and liberal studies students...

SGA kicks off the semester with new members and bills

Elizabeth Lloyd February 3, 2020

Four new members were voted in on Friday at SGA’s first meeting of the semester, and four allocated bills were evaluated, along with two new bills being proposed. New members voted in The positions...

Fort Worth shares its haunted history

Elizabeth Lloyd October 16, 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ce-832-TUTQ Video by Hannah Onder Jake the Cowboy resides at Miss Molly’s Bed and Breakfast in Fort Worth’s Stockyards, but unlike the other guests, he’s dead.   Paula...

Student Government Association President Alyssa Hutchinson (left) and donor Lou Martin (center) cut the ribbon at the Martin Center dedication.
Photo by LaTerra DNa Wair

Martin Center dedication honors donors and celebrates students

Elizabeth Lloyd September 24, 2019

The Nick and Lou Martin University Center was celebrated by students, faculty, staff, alumni, and Texas Wesleyan mascot Willie at a Texas-themed dedication on Tuesday. Lou Martin spoke on behalf of the...

Dr. Mary Anne Clark, Dr. Bruce McDonald and Dr. Marilyn Pugh (left to right) make up the Wesleyan Crushers, a name inspired by Wesley Crusher from Star Trek.
Photo contributed by Tarrant Literacy Coalition

Wesleyan Crushers crush spelling competition

Elizabeth Lloyd August 20, 2019

The Texas Wesleyan Crushers have set records and garnered massive online attention for their four consecutive wins at the annual Corporate Spelling Bee, which is organized by the Tarrant County Literacy...

The Nick and Lou Martin University Center will have its grand opening Sept. 24.
Photo by LaTerra Wair

Martin Center completes 2020 Vision plan

Elizabeth Lloyd August 20, 2019

The opening of the Nick and Lou Martin University Center is a beginning, but it’s also an ending.  Texas Wesleyan President Fred Slabach says that the center, which will have its big opening/dedication...

Head wrestling coach Ray Bedford (center) and assistant coach Ronnie Bresser (right) engage with a wrestler during practice at Carroll High School.
Photo by Elizabeth Lloyd

Wrestling pins its spot at Wesleyan

Elizabeth Lloyd August 20, 2019

Head wrestling coach Ray Bedford and assistant coach Ronnie Bresser gathered wrestlers from Texas Wesleyan and other programs last week to practice at Carroll High School in Southlake.  “We...

SGA President Alyssa Hutchinson presents an award at Thursdays meeting.
Photo by Elizabeth Lloyd

SGA wraps up semester by passing several bills

Elizabeth Lloyd May 3, 2019

Three of six proposed bills were passed Thursday at the Student Government Association’s final meeting of the semester; another was tabled until the fall. Two bills for new equipment in the Morton Fitness...

Fans await the start of Saturdays Blue & Gold Game at Farrington Field.
Photo by Elizabeth Lloyd

Blue & Gold Game builds excitement for upcoming season

Elizabeth Lloyd April 29, 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRZIrfqBMVQ Video by Tina Huynh Defensive back Chance Carroll is feeling optimistic about the upcoming season after the Blue & Gold Game at Farrington Field on Saturday. “I...

Parker Anderson (nearest the camera) and the Esports Overwatch team compete during a tournament n Dallas. This was the first year that Wesleyan has had a team.
Photo by Eugene Friar

Esports team ends with top 10 finish

Elizabeth Lloyd April 27, 2019

Randy Turner has gotten a chance to face new challenges and meet new people through his job as community manager for the TXWES Esports Program. Despite the differences between his current job and his...

Rev. Neil Cazares-Thomas spike at Thursdays LGBTQ event.
Photo courtesy of nbcnews.com.

Discussion brings awareness of LGBTQ community and religion

Elizabeth Lloyd April 26, 2019

Author and LGBTQ activist Hardy Haberman said Thursday that he has found solace in being a member at the Cathedral of Hope despite being raised Jewish. During a lecture at the Ella C. McFadden Science...

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