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Student Ethan Brandt directs a play for Theatre Wesleyan.

Student directs play “The Cripple of Inishmaan”

Chiara Watson, Editor-in-chief February 20, 2023

The Cripple of Inishmaan is the latest production to be held by Theatre Wesleyan. Following the opening night on Thursday February 16, the show will run through February 26.   Written by playwright...

Music events are performed at the Martin Hall Auditorium in the Ann Waggoner Fine Arts Building.

Music department encourages the community to attend events

Veida Dima, Editor-in-Chief November 15, 2022

The TxWes Music Department hosted several musical events this semester with even more scheduled through Dec. 6. The next performance on Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m. features the senior piano recital of Grace...

Theatre Wesleyan presents “Wonder of the World.”

Theatre Wesleyan presents “Wonder of the World”

Chiara Watson, Content Producer November 11, 2022

Theatre Wesleyan is hosting a production of “Wonder of the World” by playwright David Lindsay-Abaire. Opening night was November 10 and the show will continue through November 19.   This story...

The orchestra, joined by Pitombeira’s wife, perform the second concerto of the evening.

Department of music presents music by Liduino Pitombeira

Chiara Watson, Content Producer November 9, 2022

On Tuesday the Texas Wesleyan Department of Music hosted a concert in honor of Brazilian composer Liduino Pitombeira. Starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Martin Hall, the concert boasted many performances...

19th Annual Día de los Muertos Parade

Crystal Hernandez November 5, 2022

The Texas Wesleyan School of Arts and Sciences takes part in the 19th annual Día de Los Muertos en Fort Worth Parade on Saturday, November 5th. Even after being postponed, the community came together...

Down in Mississippi is a play written by Carlyle Brown. Courtesy Theatre Wesleyan.

Theatre Wesleyan puts on the play “Down in Mississippi”

Chiara Watson, Content Producer September 28, 2022

From September 29 to October 9 Theatre Wesleyan will be performing “Down in Mississippi.” Originally written by Carlyle Brown, this performance is directed by Visiting Assistant Professor of Theatre...

Professor Joe Brown sits in his office surrounded by his trinkets and memorabilia that make him feel more at home.

Pro Joe staple in the Wesleyan community

Chiara Watson, Content Producer April 26, 2022

The colors of Africa, the sights of Asia, the history of Europe, all the trinkets, paintings and collectables that adorn the walls and shelves of the office greet you, bright and welcoming. An enthusiastic...

The cast of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.

Theatre Wesleyan hosts 67th Spring Musical

Chiara Watson, Content Producer April 21, 2022

  Theatre Wesleyan’s 67th spring musical will take place from April 21 to 24. This rendition of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum is directed by Jeanne Everton with musical direction...

The organization focuses on traditional comic books and manga books, a Japanese style of comic books aimed at adults.

Comic book fans on campus start new club

Ari Garza, Content Producer April 7, 2022

The Comic Book Club is a newly established student organization at Texas Wesleyan University. The organization focuses on comic books and manga but is open for anybody. Juan Castro, a fourth year...

Aries Vol. 27, released in 2012, is the most recent publication of the magazine.

Aries rises at Texas Wesleyan

Bebhinn Tankard, Content Producer March 8, 2022

The Texas Wesleyan literary magazine “Aries” is publishing their first magazine in 10 years. Revived by two creative writing classes, entries are read, selected and edited by students. The advanced...

Artist Laura Hunt is standing next to the portrait purchased by Texas Wesleyan University.

Art exhibit opens at the Bernice Coulter Templeton Gallery

Chiara Watson, Content Producer March 3, 2022

Hosted by Texas Wesleyan University at the Bernice Coulter Templeton Gallery, artist Laura Hunt showcases her collection “Our Community, Our Neighbors.” from Feb. 17 to April 24. Entrance to the...

The NATSAA winner Jaquelyn Matava and her pianist is standing in front of the Cliburn Steinway Concert Grand Piano in Martin Hall.

TX Wes welcomes the NATS Artist Awards competition

Veida Dima, Editor-in-Chief November 9, 2021

Texas Wesleyan University welcomed the TEXOMA National Association of Teachers of Singing Artist Awards (NATSAA) “Singer of the Year” Vocal Competition over a two-day preliminary and regional finals...

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