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Students and professors will be starting the Spring 2022 semester virtually.

Spring semester starts online – for now

Veida Dima, Editor-in-Chief January 13, 2022

A majority of classes in the upcoming Spring 2022 semester will be conducted online for the first two and a half weeks to combat the possibility of spreading the Covid-19 variant Omicron on campus. In...

The Rambler is hiring

The Rambler is hiring

Ashli Young, Managing Editor December 10, 2021

From the Editor-in-Chief:   The Rambler is hiring for the spring 2022 semester. It doesn’t matter if you are an English, education, business, science or mass communication major with no...

The Rams First mentoring program returns after a hiatus

The Rams First mentoring program returns after a hiatus

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

The once-popular student and faculty mentor program, Rams First, is returning to Texas Wesleyan with the collaborative help of Tamika Johnson and Dr. Christopher Ohan starting spring of 2022. Rams...

(Left to right) Douglas Fournier, Kendal Clark, Bailey ODonnell, Junjie Dai, Hangyu Shi, and others strategize arguments in defense of the decrease in government spending.

‘Up To TxWes’ held open discussion about government funding

Angela Castillo, Content Producer December 8, 2021

Campus organization, UpTo TxWes, invited students to talk about their position on whether the government should make efforts to decrease spending or to increase taxes on citizens at the Jack Morton...

This photo of Paul E. Andrews, Jr. is courtesy of Texas Wesleyan University.

Texas Wesleyan University receives $1 million in scholarships for Business School students

Ashli Young, Managing Editor November 10, 2021

The Business school received $1 million in scholarships from the estate of Paul E. Andrews in September. Currently, it is anticipated that at least eight to ten students will receive the scholarship...

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...

Alumni donor Jorge Vivar poses near his brick which honors his dedication to the school through funding and time allotted to the Alumni Association.

Brick dedication ceremony celebrates, honors lives lost in the past year, retirees and donors

Angela Castillo, Content Producer November 1, 2021

President Frederick Slabach welcomed the attendees of the 2021 Brick Dedication Ceremony and Memorial Honor Roll to the donor brick walkway in front of the Eunice and James L. West Library On Saturday...

Scissors and ribbon lay in a spread for attendees to participate in the ribbon cutting of the new GPNA simulation center.

Ribbon cutting for GPNA’s new simulation center

Angela Castillo, Content Producer November 1, 2021

Texas Wesleyan University’s Graduate Program of Nurse Anesthesia (GPNA) officially cut the ribbon for the new simulation center in the Nurse Anesthesia Building on Friday afternoon. The idea of the...

Texas Wesleyan’s Goostree Symposium hosts Opal Lee

Angela Castillo, Content Producer October 31, 2021

    On Thursday, Oct. 28, Texas Wesleyan University hosted the Goostree Symposium’s speaker for 2021, Ms. Opal Lee, at the Martin Center Ballroom. Lee is famous for having walked from...

Texas Wesleyan votes for Monarchs as Homecoming game nears

Texas Wesleyan votes for Monarchs as Homecoming game nears

Ashli Young, Managing Editor October 29, 2021

    Callie Naser, Emily Hunt, Julissa Norment, Jacy Hubartt, Diego Nava and Christopher Deal are currently all in the running to become the homecoming monarchs for Texas Wesleyan. The...

Criminal justice senior Gabriel Sanchez has fun with his friends at the SGA Block Party decked in all pink for Wednesdays Pink Out theme day.

SGA held Block Party for students

Angela Castillo, Content Producer October 29, 2021

    On Wednesday, Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a Block Party event for homecoming. Free food and T-shirts were available for all students who attended. According...

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