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Theater Wesleyan illustrates satisfying alternative performance style in COVID-19 regulations with “At A Distance”

Theater Wesleyan illustrates satisfying alternative performance style in COVID-19 regulations with “At A Distance”

Hannah Onder October 5, 2020

If you’re a fan of literature and relationships, “At A Distance” is the show for you. “At A Distance” is a show written and directed by Texas Wesleyan’s Connie Whitt-Lambert. The show featured...

Texas Wesleyan Rams Swim Team Vice President Raul Caballero Montes and President Brooklynn Rowe pose together in the Sid Richardson Building. The only officers the swim club has is a president and vice president who act as the coach and assistant coach. Photo contributed by Brooklynn Rowe

Freshman treads the challenges of starting a swimming club during the pandemic

Hannah Onder September 24, 2020

President of the Texas Wesleyan Swim Club Brooklynn Rowe talks with lifeguard and Wesleyan alumnus David Owen. The swim club will meet Monday and Wednesday afternoons in the Sid Richardson Building’s...

Students hang their graduation robes in the closet waiting for the December 2020 graduation. Graphic by Hannah Onder

Seniors shouldn’t feel bad for postponing their graduation a semester in the pandemic

Hannah Onder September 8, 2020

Growing up hearing horror stories about college graduates struggling to find work during the 2008 recession, I wasn’t confident that I’d have much better luck as an upcoming graduate in the middle...

Cindy Flores poses outside James C. Armstrong & O.C. Armstrong Hall. Flores moved into O.C. Hall after a four-hour drive up from Houston with her mom, Maria, and her two brothers, Isabel and Giovanny. Photo by Hannah Onder

Between financial hardships and COVID-19 restrictions move-in day offers potential challenges for students

Hannah Onder August 24, 2020

From the perspective of a returning, first-generation college sophomore: Sophomore exercise science major Cindy Flores’s most memorable part of her move-in day experience for fall 2020 was receiving...

Jessica Mendez talks to students about Baptist Student Ministries (BSM) at the President’s Picnic. Texas Wesleyan used to have a BSM on campus, and Mendez came from Texas Christian University’s BSM to revive it. Screenshot by Hannah Onder

Annual President’s Picnic tradition persists despite COVID-19 restrictions

Hannah Onder August 21, 2020

Texas Wesleyan University's annual President's Picnic moved locations for a second time in a row this time in response to COVID-19 to Zoom. In August 2019, the welcome-back event moved to the Nick and...

SGA President Alyssa Hutchinson pauses for a photo after Fridays meeting. 
Photo by Hannah Lathen

SGA elections lead to a new era with new president and VP for the fall

Hannah Onder May 5, 2020

  After serving as the Student Government Association president for the last two years, senior Alyssa Hutchinson will graduate alongside her vice president, senior Karen Duarte-Escobar, this August. In...

SGA President Alyssa Hutchinson talks to Lexi Barlow and Karen Duarte-Escobar (left to right) during a SGA meeting. Photo by Hannah Onder

Hutchinson discusses potential changes to SGA representation

Hannah Onder April 20, 2020

Student Government Association President Alyssa Hutchinson discussed the potential of a new form of student representation in SGA at Friday’s meeting. Hutchinson and Secretary Lexi Barlow talked about...

President Frederick Slabach congratulates the graduates at the ceremony at MacGormen Chapel.
Photo by Shaydi Paramore

Slabach hosts first virtual 2020 Town Hall meeting

Hannah Onder April 13, 2020

Over 90 faculty and staff logged into Zoom Tuesday afternoon for the first 2020 Town Hall meeting of the semester and the first meeting since the COVID-19 restrictions. President Frederick Slabach headed...

SGA resumes weekly meetings remotely

Hannah Onder March 30, 2020

Student Government Association had their first online meeting in Microsoft Teams last Friday at their regular time and will continue to do for the rest of the spring 2020 semester. At the meeting, SGA...

Academic advising adjusts to COVID-19 regulations

Academic advising adjusts to COVID-19 regulations

Hannah Onder March 26, 2020

Priority registration deadlines for summer and fall 2020 are still on track for their regular dates even with the COVID-19 virus. To comply with the City of Fort Worth’s “Stay Home, Work Safe” order,...

Junior E-6 bilingual education major Graciela Frausto is sworn into SGA as the School of Education representative by SGA President Alyssa Hutchinson.
Photo by Hannah Onder

SGA obtains a full board for Spring 2020 semester

Hannah Onder March 2, 2020

The Student Government Association has a full board as of Friday’s meeting with the appointment of junior E-6 bilingual education major Graciela Frausto as the School of Education representative. “It...

Quintanilla announces school merger at SGA meeting

Hannah Onder February 17, 2020

Vice President of Academic Affairs and Provost Hector Quintanilla started off Friday’s Student Government Association meeting with the announcement that the School of Arts and Letters is merging with...

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