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Fighting for those who are afraid to speak

Fighting for those who are afraid to speak

Shaydi Paramore December 11, 2017

As the words of concerned Tarrant County citizens bounced off the wall of the wood panel Funky Town Creative Arts Lounge, the diverse group of people looked at one another for guidance on what they could...

Bens Triple B: Biscuits, Burgers and Brews is set to open late spring 2018.
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New restaurant set to open across from campus

Shaydi Paramore November 2, 2017

Award-winning chef Ben Merritt has finally found the perfect place to open his new restaurant.And it’s right across the street from Texas Wesleyan University.University President Frederick Slabach announced...

Students were given special ISO 12312-2 eclipse glasses to view the Solar Eclipse. 
Photo by Shaydi Paramore

West Library hosts Solar Eclipse Watch Party

Shaydi Paramore August 21, 2017

On Monday afternoon, the  Eunice & James L. West Library hosted a Solar Eclipse Watch Party. Library staff members passed out ISO 12312-2 eclipse glasses to view the solar eclipse.  

Photo by Shaydi Paramore

Guse costume designs the USA

Shaydi Paramore May 17, 2017

Tyler Guse, senior theatre major, is prepared to tour the United States while pursuing his love for costume design.Guse has multiple Theatre Wesleyan technical credits, including being in charge of publicity...

Wesleyans infrastructure project will save enough water to fill 11 Olympic-sized swimming pools.

Wesleyan improves infrastructure

Shaydi Paramore April 27, 2017

Texas Wesleyan President Frederick G. Slabach said last week that the 2020 vision created for the facilities department is right on track.Speaking at a 2020 Town Hall meeting at the Baker Building on April...

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Celebrate Black History Month

Shaydi Paramore February 24, 2017

Black History Month celebrates the achievements made by black Americans and recognizes the hardships they have overcome.The annual celebration began half a century after the abolishment of slavery in the...

Blue Zones ambassadors, Councilmember Kelly Allen Gray, and President Slabach participate in the ringing of the bells.
Photo by Shaydi Paramore

Wesleyan is named the first Blue Zones-approved Texas university

Shaydi Paramore February 14, 2017

Texas Wesleyan is the first Blue Zones-approved university in Texas.At Tuesday's 2020 Town Hall meeting at the Baker Building, Wesleyan President Frederick Slabach thanked the university’s Blue Zones...

Valentines Day can celebrate friends, family

Valentine’s Day can celebrate friends, family

Shaydi Paramore February 14, 2017

Valentine’s is no longer a day we focus on sappy romance between lovers.Now it’s a day to celebrate and cherish the love you have for your friends, family and yourself.“I buy myself flowers, chocolates...

Decorations presented on the tables at the Alumni Board Thank You Breakfast on Friday.
Photo by Shaydi Paramore

Thank you breakfast focuses on university advancements

Shaydi Paramore February 13, 2017

The first Alumni Board Thank You Breakfast was held on Friday at the Baker Building.To show appreciation to the Alumni Board of Directors and the many alumni who have attributed to the university’s advancement,...

Editor-in-chief Shaydi Paramore balances multiple jobs and college life at Texas Wesleyan.

Workaholic: Nothing to be proud of

Shaydi Paramore February 12, 2017

The constant need to work can become addictive.Between having two caretaker jobs, being editor of the Rambler Media Group, planning a wedding, and being a full-time student, I have the constant need to...

Photo by Calvin Johnson

Hannah Onder shines as a feature writer and designer

Shaydi Paramore February 7, 2017

Hannah Onder is a freshman mass communication major originally from Kersey, Pa. known for her creative feature writing and photojournalist skills.Upon graduating from Chisholm Trail High School in Fort...

At least 3.3 million people participated in marches in the U.S., according to an article at elitedaily.com

Women march around the world

Shaydi Paramore January 30, 2017

On Saturday morning, floods of people wearing pink hats and feminist gear and brandishing signs made their way to the Texas State Capitol to take part in the Women’s March.After march co-producer Kim...

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