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As a first-generation college graduate, Slabach understands the struggles of college and aims to “provide the resources to help students thrive.”

How a first-gen student became president of Texas Wesleyan

Veida Dima, Editor-in-Chief December 16, 2022

From the dream of being an astronaut during the peak time of space exploration to working on Capitol Hill with the Clinton Administration, Texas Wesleyan University President Fredrick G. Slabach has...

Kendal Clark, who graduates in May, poses for a photograph.

Kendal Clark spiritual journey

May 20, 2022

Kendal Clark will be graduating on Saturday, May 21 with a degree in Mass Communication and a minor in Interfaith Leadership. Clark chose to attend Texas Wesleyan University because she wanted to...

Graphic by Kendal Clark

Kevin Ren is reaching for success in a new territory

Kendal Clark December 15, 2021

Kehuan “Kevin” Ren is no ordinary student. He came to America in 2012 for a vacation with his family for two months. Immediately, he fell in love with the possibilities that were available to him....

Muhye Hammattah’s first day as an academic advisor on January 13th, 2018.

The man who gives, reaches for success and encourages others to reach their fullest potential

Kendal Clark December 11, 2021

  It is an early morning workday and Muhye Hammattah packs in meetings to assist as many students as possible. He checks on them whether it be in academics, sports or personal life situations...

Texas Wesleyan University welcomes Dr. Gina Warren

Texas Wesleyan University welcomes Dr. Gina Warren

Ashli Young October 12, 2021

The wind blows in the cool morning air as Dr. Gina Warren hikes up the trail. She takes a moment to wipe the sweat from her brow and then stands there for a moment so that she can savor the moment. She...

Greg Burnette is an Aggies fan, having received his associates degree in electronics from the A&M extension school in 1983. “I try to alternate, one day Rams and the next an Aggies, I support both my schools,” he said.

Burnette wants to inspire and give back to his community

Angela Castillo October 8, 2021

About four years ago, Greg Burnette didn’t want to live. In November of 2017, Burnette parked his car under a bridge in Itasca, Texas on the shoulder of 35W South and stared up at the dirty...

The crisis in Afghanistan hits some students close to home

The crisis in Afghanistan hits some students close to home

Ashli Young September 13, 2021

On August 15, 2021, the Taliban finished their takeover of Afghanistan by storming the country’s capital of Kabul after the United States announced the removal of U.S troops from...

Garcia’s road to becoming a teacher

May 20, 2021

Becoming a Dental Hygienist was a dream of Graduate Senior Sandy Tran-Garcia. After not being accepted into a dental hygienist program, she gave up on that dream and came close to quitting school.  The...

Perez on a quest to help high school youth

May 20, 2021

Throughout her time here at Wesleyan, Maria Dolores-Perez has found her passion for what she wants to do in life. Starting as a biology major and graduating as a psychology and English major, Perez...

Brown is ready for a new path

Brown is ready for a new path

May 20, 2021

Mass Communications major and English minor, Kaylia Brown, is ready for a new path as she graduates from Texas Wesleyan University this spring. Brown was neighboring Fort Worth and is from Arlington....

The Gradual Spring 2021

May 6, 2021

Staying well-balanced as a busy college student

Staying well-balanced as a busy college student

Kendal Clark May 5, 2021

College is already a stressful time; it can be difficult to do well while carrying on with other responsibilities. My name is Kendal Clark, I am 19 years old, and this is my second semester at...

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