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Freshman students Khanh Ngan Phan (business administration), Hoang Ngan Vo (Spanish), Thi Ho (biochemistry), Linh Nguyen (business administration) and Chau Nguyen (mass communication) attend the Silent Disco event at the Martin Center.

TxWes holds Silent Disco so students can destress

Bebhinn Tankard, Content Producer February 18, 2022

Student Affairs hosted a silent disco on the second floor of the Martin University Center on Wednesday Feb. 16. At the silent disco, attendees wore headphones and could tune into a choice of three different...

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...

Order-Ramirez is the president of Texas Wesleyans Student Veterans Organization. 
Photo contributed by Tristeza Order-Ramirez

Veteran Mental Health

Tatiyana Giddings May 11, 2021

https://youtu.be/fZ_0UbJmiJ0 Student Veterans at Texas Wesleyan share their experiences with Mental Health issues after the military.

Mass communication majors Kaylia Brown and Miranda Day work on their final project in digital photography.
Photo by Massaran Kromah

Freshmen survive their first year of college

Massaran Kromah May 7, 2018

Being away from friends and family for the first time in your young adult life can be challenging, and some freshman experience anxiety depression and at time suicidal thoughts. According to a study done...

Brittany Fielden, the authors best friend, struggles with anxiety as well as depression.

Photo by Dalise DeVos

The monster that no one else hears

Dalise DeVos November 12, 2016

What does it mean to have anxiety?For my best friend, it means pulling over to the side of the road when you’re five minutes away from the house. It means walking. And walking. And breathing. And walking....

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