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Fort Worth shares its haunted history

Elizabeth Lloyd October 16, 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ce-832-TUTQ Video by Hannah Onder Jake the Cowboy resides at Miss Molly’s Bed and Breakfast in Fort Worth’s Stockyards, but unlike the other guests, he’s dead.   Paula...

Hannah Lathen poses with campaign material.
Photo by Hannah Lathen

Students strive for community involvement

April 29, 2019

Local elections are here in Fort Worth and it is a great reminder to encourage citizens and students to start having an active role in being a voice for their community. I was born and raised in Fort...

Hanabi Ramen & Izakaya offers a variety of homemade japanese cuisine. It is located at 3204 Camp Bowie Blvd. #106, Fort Worth, TX. 
Photo by Jacinda Chan

Chan’s top 3 restaurant picks in Fort Worth

Jacinda Chan April 19, 2019

College students are always falling into a routine of eating at the same places. If you’re like most college students, you’re most likely pulling up to a McDonald’s or Chick-fil-A drive-thru. Being...

Lukien Sheremetam (center) practicing with Zach Lanham (right) and Zach Williams (left).
Photo by Rachell Aguilar

Sheremeta travels to Texas for eSports

Rachell Aguilar November 23, 2018

Having known about eSports for a long time, New York native Lukien Sheremeta decided to move down to Fort Worth to be in the Texas Wesleyan eSports program. Sheremeta did not have any eSports options...

Rams can join Willie in his pledge to living a better life. Texas Wesleyan has been Blue Zones certified for two years.
Photo by Hannah Lathen

Fort Worth joins Rams in well-being pledge

November 19, 2018

Fort Worth became a certified Blue Zones Community in October, a milestone for the city in terms of health and well-being. The Blue Zones Project is a community movement that encourages people to improve...

Project Transformation interns from summer 2018 pose outside of the Eunice and James L. West Library; 27 young adults volunteered.
Photo contributed by Julie Harding

Project Transformation stacks up more participants

Elena Maldonado November 14, 2018

Project Transformation, a non-profit organization that works toward improving literacy among kids in the Fort Worth area, held its eight-week summer camp from May 26 to July 28. According to the program’s...

Congressman Marc Veasey represents Texas Senate District 33, which includes parts of Fort Worth, Grand Prairie and Dallas. He has held the seat since 2013 and is up for re-elction this year.
Photo by Hannah Lathen

Veasey values Texas Wesleyan education

October 9, 2018

Congressman Marc Veasey has spent the last five years serving as the United States Representative for Texas’ Congressional District 33. He is up for re-election on Nov. 6 against Republican Willie Billups...

Matt Long, the creator of FlatWorth.com and the FlatEarthPodcast.com, developed his beliefs on flat Earth from reading the Bible. He said that the Bible is a flat Earth book. 
Photo by Hannah Lathen

Flat Earthers believe the truth is out there

September 27, 2018

Most people do not question the shape of the Earth. It is something explained to us as children that we accept and move on. However, for some, the shape of the Earth matters significantly, especially...

Alumni Relations continues tradition with Theatre Wesleyan

Alumni Relations continues tradition with Theatre Wesleyan

Akeel Johnson April 11, 2018

Texas Wesleyan’s Alumni Reunion will be April 19 through April 21, with multiple events for alumni to attend, including Theatre Wesleyan’s production of the musical “Oklahoma!” Written in 1943...

Dean Allen Henderson, Paul Dorman, and Hector Quintanilla talk at the event at Martin Hall. Photo provided by Chuck Greeson/Marketing &Communications

Dorman honored at Texas Wesleyan

September 26, 2017

Paul Dorman says going into the pharmaceutical business is all about giving back.“You have to want to love what you do because it’s about helping people,” Dorman, CEO and chairman of DFB Pharmaceuticals,...

CHUM is part of the KAWS exhibit at the Modern Art Museum in Fort Worth.
Photo by Guadalupe Sanchez

KAWS exhibit draws large crowds to the Modern

Guadalupe Sanchez January 11, 2017

Curated by the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, KAWS: WHERE THE END STARTS highlights the career of Brooklyn-based artist KAWS (real named Brian Donnelly) over the last 20 years.Drawn from various collections...

John Bartell is an Army veteran who works for an app-based company. (Photo by Dalise Devos)

Need a job? Get the app

Dalise DeVos January 27, 2016

Miles Straiton needed a part-time job with flexible hours, where he could work as needed and not have a set schedule. Straiton, a Fort Worth resident, turned to Lyft, an app-based taxi service, to meet...

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