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Students and The Green Project volunteer organizer pose with Rams Up signs after a full day of recycling paint. (Photo courtesy of Chatashia Brown).

Students spend spring break helping New Orleans community

Angela Castillo, Content Producer March 22, 2022

During spring break, Assistant Director for Student Diversity and Inclusion Programs Chatashia Brown and Residence Life Coordinator Samantha Wemple drove 13 students to New Orleans, Louisiana to 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,...

Free food options offered on campus for students

Free food options offered on campus for students

Angela Castillo September 7, 2021

    Students at Texas Wesleyan often think the only places to eat on campus are WhichWich, Zoca’s and Dora’s, however, there are multiple free food options for all students...

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...

Lions Clubs International has more than 46,000 clubs around the world.
Graphic by Jeremy Crane

Lions Clubs coming to Texas Wesleyan

Jeremy Crane April 18, 2018

Texas Wesleyan University is searching for students and faculty interested in helping improve their local community by becoming Lions Clubs International volunteers. The Lions Club is the world’s largest...

Texas Wesleyan students will travel to New Orleans during spring break.

New Orleans trip to aid Katrina victims

Hannah Onder March 10, 2017

Senior general business major Kelsey Fulton was sitting in Student Life contemplating her spring break plan.She wanted to use spring break to make a difference instead of partying.“I hadn’t quite decided...

Wesleyan introduces pantry

Wesleyan introduces pantry

Hannah Onder March 8, 2017

Senior sociology major Lessie Haney, a mother of five, knows how it feels to struggle with finances while in college.So when Dr. Alison Simons, assistant professor of sociology, approached her about Texas...

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