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Texas Wesleyan is no longer tracking employee vaccination status or requiring weekly testing for non-vaccinated people.

Wesleyan employees resume using guidelines after Supreme Court ruling

Veida Dima, Editor-in-Chief February 17, 2022

The emergency temporary standard (ETS) issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OCHA) on Nov. 04, 2021 was blocked by the U.S. Supreme Court as of Jan. 13. 2022. As a result, Associate...

The Martin Center was closed for the day for maintenance testing.

Martin Center closed January 31

Veida Dima, Editor-in-Chief January 31, 2022

The Martin University Center is closed today as professional plumbers performed a probative smoke test. Staff members and students are not allowed to enter the building during the procedure. Some visitors...

Defensive back players sophomore Darius VanDyke, freshman Jamarrion Reed, freshman Quentin Barclay, freshman Lamar Champ,  freshman Adonte Crayton, senior Damien Francis and senior Tarik Davis pose after the homecoming game at Farrington Field.

Rams dominate the field during the homecoming game

Veida Dima, Editor-in-Chief November 1, 2021

The Texas Wesleyan University football team (6-2) was victorious against Texas College (TC) (0-8) at the Rams Homecoming game on Sat. Oct. 30 in Fort Worth with the ending score of 69-18 points. Since...

Texas Wesleyan University welcomes Dr. Gina Warren

Texas Wesleyan University welcomes Dr. Gina Warren

Ashli Young October 12, 2021

The wind blows in the cool morning air as Dr. Gina Warren hikes up the trail. She takes a moment to wipe the sweat from her brow and then stands there for a moment so that she can savor the moment. She...

Texas Wesleyan University faculty revitalize PUMC upstairs hallway

Texas Wesleyan University faculty revitalize PUMC upstairs hallway

Veida Dima August 26, 2021

Associate Professor of English, Dr. Stacia Campbell, Assistant Professor of Mass Communication, Dr. Jenny Dean, Associate Professor of History, Coordinator of History, Dr. Christopher Ohan, Associate...

 Stop signs are needed at the intersection of Wesleyan and Collard streets, where heavy foot traffic occurs. An accident is waiting to happen.
Photo illustration by Jacinda Chan

Stop signs are needed on campus

Jacinda Chan April 30, 2019

Crosswalks are designed for pedestrians to cross the road safely while speed limit signs help communicate the acceptable driving speed on the road. They’re especially important in school zones and on...

Kit Hall (left) and Dr. John Hall (right) pose togehter for a selfie.
Photo by Kit Hall

Halls retire together after 25 years

Hannah Onder April 25, 2019

After teaching together at Texas Wesleyan for more than 25 years, the Halls are moving on to their next chapter: retirement. Dr. John Hall, professor of psychology, came to Texas Wesleyan from Houston...

Wanda Stutsman presenting information on succulents and propagating seeds.
Photo by Mallory Marks

Rams plant environemental awarness at Wesleyan Earth Day celebration

Mallory Marks April 25, 2019

Texas Wesleyan’s Connect Committee hosted a “Plant Your Seed” event Tuesday in the grove in front of Dora Roberts Dinning Hall in celebration of Earth Day. Earth Day has been celebrated on April...

The graphic shows the number of athletic training majors that have graduated since 2008-2009. 
Graphic contributed by  Dr. Pam Rast

Wesleyan will welcome its final athletic training majors in summer and fall 2019

April 24, 2019

Texas Wesleyan will start phasing out its athletic training program and will welcome its last class of students in the summer and fall of 2019. The program is coming to an end because the Commission on...

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...

While payment plans are necessary, students face several issues with Wesleyan’s financial policies and enforcement of them. 
Cartoon by Hannah Onder

Payment plan woes stress students

Hannah Onder April 14, 2019

Who was excited for Texas Wesleyan to get payment plans in the fall of 2018? If you’re a student, probably not so much, especially if you got to experience the glorious time before payment plans. Payment...

Sophomore history major Emily Hunt (wearing a hat) and senior business marketing major Elena Sinde Romero go to the gym together outside of practice.
Photo courtesy of ramsports.net

Romero looks ahead to her life after Wesleyan

Ashton Willis April 13, 2019

Many athletes dream of going to college and playing a sport, but only a select few are able to make that happen. Elena Sinde Romero, a senior business management and marketing major, began her golf journey...

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