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Texas Wesleyans Student Government Association (SGA) provides a student lounge available to all students in the Polytechnic United Methodist Church (PUMC).

SGA newest member completes the board

Angela Castillo, Content Producer October 14, 2021

Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association (SGA) swore Kirsten Wagner in as the Art and Letters Representative, the last position necessary to complete the SGA board on Friday, Oct. 8 Wagner...

Payne said Victoria Nord helped her with the majority of the flyer that was released to the student body. “I just added the fork and the hammer,” she laughed.

“Stock the Pantry” Challenge is in full-swing

Angela Castillo, Content Producer October 14, 2021

On Wednesday, Oct. 6, students received an email that served to encourage students to volunteer in the first annual Food Bank Sculpture Contest called “Stock the Pantry” through Nov. 3. The idea...

TX Wes offers an extra grant this semester to students through federal funds

TX Wes offers an extra grant this semester to students through federal funds

Veida Dima, Editor-in-Chief October 13, 2021

The Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) from Congress as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, offers $2.7 million in grant money to be distributed to Texas...

“What I most enjoy about my job is the ability to network with my fellow faculty. Texas Wesleyan’s GPNA faculty are top-notch,” Jose Castillo said.

GPNA’s Dr. Castillo brings home Ira P. Gunn award

Angela Castillo October 8, 2021

    In August, assistant professor of Texas Wesleyan’s Graduate Program of Nurse Anesthesia (GPNA), Dr. Jose Castillo was awarded the Ira P. Gunn award by the American Association...

The Rambler goes DIGITAL and hosts a contest to celebrate

The Rambler goes DIGITAL and hosts a contest to celebrate

Veida Dima October 5, 2021

Update: The Rambler Media Group contest for a pair of 2021 Six Flags Over Texas tickets has been extended through Mon. Oct. 18. From the Editor-in-Chief:  The Rambler Media Group is now an online...

The Rambler hosts News Engagement Day event at the Martin Center

The Rambler hosts News Engagement Day event at the Martin Center

Veida Dima October 2, 2021

Rambler Media Group will be celebrating News Engagement Day on Tuesday, Oct. 5 in the Martin Center from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.   Students will have the opportunity to get some free candy, take...

Students and staff celebrate Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month

Students and staff celebrate Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month

Veida Dima September 29, 2021

Texas Wesleyan University offers a series of events celebrating Hispanic & Latinx Heritage Month hosted by the Diversity and Inclusion Council and the Latinx Heritage Committee from Sept....

TxWes cracks down on the fall attendance policy

TxWes cracks down on the fall attendance policy

Veida Dima September 29, 2021

Does cutting class mean students will be cut from class? According to the Texas Wesleyan attendance policy, “When a student accumulates consecutive unauthorized absences equal to the number of days...

An Aramark employee uses a stir-fry pan to create customized bowls at Chopsticks Modern Stir-Fry.

What happened to Premium Pies?

Angela Castillo September 29, 2021

Premium Pies, a once stationary pizza option between Zoca’s and Whichwich in the Martin University Center has been replaced by a new restaurant rotation series offering various cuisines...

With proof of vaccination for COVID-19, students who live on campus can receive $100 in RamBucks to spend in the Martin Center.

Residents offered $100 in RamBucks for COVID vaccine proof

Angela Castillo September 28, 2021

On August 26, Carson Dinger sent Texas Wesleyan student residents the first email regarding the COVID vaccination incentive opportunity.  “Any student living on-campus who has received the...

Students share opinions about new Texas abortion law

Students share opinions about new Texas abortion law

Angela Castillo and Veida Dima September 27, 2021

Governor Greg Abbott’s Senate Bill 8, better known as the Heartbeat Law, bans abortions after detecting cardiac activity around the fifth or sixth weeks of pregnancy, took effect on September...

The Martin University Center celebrates two-year anniversary

Angela Castillo September 27, 2021

Student activities hosted The Martin University Center’s two-year anniversary since its opening in 2019. The event was on Monday, Sept. 20 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.  The side of the Martin University Center facing...

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