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Rolf and the Road to Global Citizenship

December 21, 2017


Dr. Michael Williams celebrated his Alumnus of the Year Award with other fellow Wesleyan alumni medal winners.
Photo by Heather Olivia Shannon

Williams reminisces about his time at Wesleyan

December 5, 2017

Dr. Michael Williams was named Alumnus of the Year in October during the 2017 Alumni Medal Dinner. Williams, who graduated from Texas Wesleyan in 1977 with a bachelor’s degree in biology, said winning...

Alumni and Medal Winners celebrate their accomplishments together.

Alumni shine a light on their memories at annual dinner

October 16, 2017

Texas Wesleyan graduate Stephanie Kalbfleisch said Friday that outstanding people at the university influenced her spiritual growth.“I am grateful for God for placing me at Texas Wesleyan by putting...

Alumni speak before Medal Dinner begins. photo by Heather Olivia Shannon

Alumni honored at Friday Medal Dinner

October 12, 2017

Dr. Allen Henderson, Texas Wesleyan provost and senior vice president, said the Alumni Medal Dinner, which will be held Friday at the Fort Worth Club, is really to honor those alumni that represent the...

Texas Wesleyan students and professors travel to University of Texas at Austin this past weekend for The Texas Tribune Festival

Wesleyan students learn about politics at Texas Tribune Festival

September 27, 2017

Texas Wesleyan University Intro to Political Science students and Hatton Sumner Scholars traveled to the University of Texas at Austin over the weekend for The Texas Tribune Festival. About 13 Wesleyan...

Beverly Volkman Powell announces her candidacy on Saturday in the Baker Building.
Photo by Heather Olivia Shannon

Volkman Powell kicks off her campaign

September 18, 2017

Beverly Volkman Powell said Saturday that she does not care whether you live in Southlake or Arlington or Forest Hill – regardless, she has a message of hope, strength and the need for change.Speaking...

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