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Zack Lanham switched his major twice before settling on criminal justice.
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Lanham leaves his legacy at Wesleyan

Carsen Cunningham May 18, 2019

Senior Zack Lanham said he is “a man of motion” and is working hard to finish his college career at Texas Wesleyan strong. He chose to attend Wesleyan because he wanted a smaller feel, the scholarships...

Karan Muns poses with her awards from Wesleyans 2019 Awards Day.
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Muns will treasurer her time at Wesleyan

LaTerra Wair May 18, 2019

Karan Muns attending Texas Wesleyan was a decision that took her by surprise in the beginning, although she could not be happier with her decision. “I had been coming to Wesleyan for three years to...

Parker Anderson (nearest the camera) and the Esports Overwatch team compete during a tournament n Dallas. This was the first year that Wesleyan has had a team.
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Esports team ends with top 10 finish

Elizabeth Lloyd April 27, 2019

Randy Turner has gotten a chance to face new challenges and meet new people through his job as community manager for the TXWES Esports Program. Despite the differences between his current job and his...

Samiya Mohamed-Fawzy resigned from her position on SGA on Feb. 21. 
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Mohamed-Fawzy resigns from SGA

March 4, 2019

Freshman English major Samiya Mohamed-Fawzy resigned for her position as the Student Government Association at-large representative for West Village on Feb. 21, leaving the spot open. Mohamed-Fawzy said...

Ray Bedford was selected as Wesleyan’s head coach of the men’s and women’s wrestling teams. He stood out with his expertise in the DFW Metroplex.
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Bedford pins his place at Wesleyan as new coach

February 28, 2019

Texas Wesleyan’s new men’s and women’s wrestling teams finally have a leader in place. Ray Bedford was selected to coach the men’s and women’s teams, which are expected to start competing...

SGA President Alyssa Hutchinson (far left, standing up) trains members on the new meeting style.
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SGA seeks more audience participation in meetings

January 24, 2019

Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association introduced a loose interpretation of “Robert’s Rules of Order” on Thursday at the first general business meeting of the semester. SGA President...

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