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Spooky Podcast: Dan Waggoner Hall

Spooky Podcast: Dan Waggoner Hall

Ashli Young, Veida Dima, and Tatiyana Giddings October 9, 2021

https://soundcloud.com/therambler/dan-waggoner-hall-spooky-podcast?si=62030afda1a54ba7b17436340e5f97e6 Rambler Media Group presents Haunted U, a spooky podcast that highlights different haunted spots...

Backstory on Ann Waggoner Fine Arts Building

Backstory on Ann Waggoner Fine Arts Building

Ashli Young October 6, 2021

  Sicily Ann Halsell Waggoner was born on April 5, 1842, and died on May 28, 1928, at the age of 86.   She married Daniel Waggoner in 1858 when she was 16 years old, and they had 4 kids, George,...

Theatre makes its return to Texas Wesleyan

Theatre makes its return to Texas Wesleyan

Rachel Hawkins September 30, 2021

Williams Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night's Dream will be held on the Granger Mall from Sept. 30 to Oct. 3. This will be a free production for Wesleyan students, faculty and guests.   Connie...

Take a deeper dive into the history behind Dan Waggoner Hall

Take a deeper dive into the history behind Dan Waggoner Hall

Ashli Young September 20, 2021

Update: Listen to the latest spooky podcast about Dan Waggoner Hall. You hurry down Avenue D to try and get to class on time; the sun beats down on you from overhead causing sweat to run...

Texas Wesleyan University has an Art Gallery but where are the students?

Texas Wesleyan University has an Art Gallery but where are the students?

Ashli Young September 15, 2021

There’s a gallery opening on September 16 that will be showcasing the art of Mary Apple but how many students will be attending is uncertain.  The Bernice Coulter Templeton...

Garza accidentally and fortunately finds passing in theatre

May 20, 2021

Lauren Garza, a graduating senior, will be receiving a degree in theatre – specifically in Technical Theatre and Theatre Design and Technology. Despite her passion and dedication for theatre now,...

Two new art minors will be offered starting June 1

Two new art minors will be offered starting June 1

April 8, 2021

Here is a still life set up for beginning drawing students in the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio. Photo by Professor Rueben Gonzales In the fall of 2021, Texas Wesleyan students will be able...

Bibliophilia, the musical debuts at Texas Wesleyan

March 11, 2021

“The cast of ‘Bibliophilia, Or The Orature Festival’ performing the opening number” (Sanchez)  Bibliophlia or The Orature Festival is a musical show created by four seniors in the theatre...

Texas Wesleyan holds Piano Duo Competition

February 12, 2021

The Piano Duo Competition will be held on February 13 in the Nicholas Martin Hall, also known as the Ann Waggoner Fine Arts Building. Attendance will be extremely limited due to the COVID-19 protocols,...

Shows a sceen from the play Gruesome Playground Inuries.

Theatre Wesleyan packs a heartfelt punch with “Gruesome Playground Injuries”

November 8, 2020

If you like watching melancholy love and lots of gore, “Gruesome Playground Injuries” is the show for you.  “Gruesome Playground Injuries” is a play by Rajiv Joseph and directed by...

Get to Know the Cast: Gruesome Playground Injuries

Get to Know the Cast: “Gruesome Playground Injuries”

November 5, 2020

“Gruesome Playground Injuries” is staged in-the-round with the audience on all four sides.  Audience members will sit at a minimum of 15+ feet away from the actors. Photo courtesy of Jacob Rivera-Sanchez/Theatre...

Theatre Wesleyan debuts the play Universal Language

Theatre Wesleyan debuts the play “Universal Language”

LaTerra Wair September 19, 2020

4 out of 5 Stars Learning a new language can be a challenge, frustration and all-around time consuming. After seeing the play “Universal Language” it makes me want to stop what I’m doing and start...

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