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BSA president Nuriyah Hall (blue shirt) plays spades with other students at the BSA mixer at Black Coffee.

Student organizations promote diversity

Lane Humphrey, Content Producer September 14, 2022

  Texas Wesleyan has a diverse student body from all over the world who have come together in solidarity to form organizations dedicated to their culture and to cultivate inclusivity.  These...

Wesleyan community breaks new ground at stadium site

Bebhinn Tankard, Content Producer May 5, 2022

On Tuesday, May 3, students, faculty, staff and alumni gathered at the site of the future Karen Cramer Football Stadium on the corner of Binkley Street and Avenue E for the official groundbreaking of the...

The weather was sunny with a slight breeze while faculty, staff and student volunteers planted flowers in front of the PUMC building.

Wesleyan community spruce up the PUMC building

Veida Dima, Editor-in-Chief April 14, 2022

When campus resumes on Monday, Texas Wesleyan faculty, staff and students will be greeted with a colorful display of newly planted flowers. Members of the School of Arts and Sciences and volunteer...

The student involvement fair encouraged students to get involved on campus and throughout the community.

TxWes hosts Spring Involvement Fair on campus

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

The Spring Involvement Fair kicked off in the 2nd floor ballroom of the Martin Center as Texas Wesleyan departments and local companies engaged students with games, prizes and take-aways on Thursday,...

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...

(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...

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...

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...

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,...

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....

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...

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...

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