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Lanham and Le crowned homecoming king and queen

With less than seven minutes left in Saturday’s game, the crowd of 1,143 students, faculty, staff, alumni and fans filling the stands of Farrington Field sprang to their feet and erupted into cheers. The Rams had scored the final touchdown of game, putting them in the lead 21-20 and securing their first homecoming game win… Continue reading Lanham and Le crowned homecoming king and queen

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Lions lick Rams 53-31 in stormy game

The Rams lost to the Langston Lions 55-31 on Saturday at Farrington Field. Last season, the Rams lost to the Lions 34-0. In the first quarter, the Lions took the lead with two touchdowns. However, with a little more than five minutes left in the quarter, the Rams scored their first touchdown of the game. Le’Mant… Continue reading Lions lick Rams 53-31 in stormy game

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Rams plan to rise to the occasion against Langston Lions

Former Rams player Azeez Akande is proud to see his team’s success this season. “We’re making progress,” said the sophomore psychology and Christian studies major. “It kind of shows like even though last year was kind of slow it’s like the tortoise and the hare type of thing. Once we have time to really bond… Continue reading Rams plan to rise to the occasion against Langston Lions

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Rams burned by Firestorm 36-29 in heated game

Fighting down to the last two seconds in the game, the Rams fell to the Arizona Christian Firestorm 36-29 on Saturday night in Phoenix. The Rams lost to the Firestorm last season 63-7, according to ramsports.net. In the first quarter, the Rams had a rough start with a couple penalties, several incomplete passes by quarterback… Continue reading Rams burned by Firestorm 36-29 in heated game

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Cox suspended 11 days before first football game

With 11 days left until the Rams football team plays the first game of the 2018 season, offensive coordinator Kyle Cox has been suspended. President Frederick Slabach announced Cox’s suspension in an email to faculty and staff Wednesday evening. Slabach wrote that tweets Cox wrote between 2012 and 2014 “contain questionable content that does not… Continue reading Cox suspended 11 days before first football game

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Ram fans support football after their loss at homecoming

As the football sailed through the uprights on Saturday, cheers erupted across Farrington Field. It was the fourth quarter of the Rams’ homecoming game against the Bacone College Warriors, and the Rams had just gotten on the scoreboard with a field goal. They now trailed the Warriors 33-3. Junior music major Javy Careaga was relieved… Continue reading Ram fans support football after their loss at homecoming

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Wesleyan prepares for football

Dr. Cary Adkinson and Dr. Eddy Lynton are pumped for Saturday. “We’re going (to the first football game) together and we’re trying to get a bunch of people to go with us,” said Adkinson, an associate professor of criminal justice. “I’m a huge football fan and I’ve never been at a university that really had… Continue reading Wesleyan prepares for football

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Students display their research at UCD

Dr. Sherree Wood attended her first University College Day on April 19, 30 years after graduating from Texas Wesleyan. “I’m here today as a friend,” Wood said, “because miss (Jessica) Davenport won the award that was named for my husband last spring (at the Texas Wesleyan Award ceremony).” Davenport, a senior criminal justice major, had… Continue reading Students display their research at UCD

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Wesleyan hosts annual University College Day

Not long before Texas Wesleyan professor of philosophy and education Ron Reed died in 1998, he created University College Day as a way to gather students and staff to present their research. “After he passed away – he was a close friend of mine – several of us wanted to keep it going, because students… Continue reading Wesleyan hosts annual University College Day

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Cowboys sideline reporter speaks about women in sports media

Dallas Cowboys sideline reporter Kristi Scales planned on being a teacher after graduating from Texas A&M. The only reason she got involved in radio was because she needed a part-time job for the summer. “I was hired by them (KVIL) with no experience,” Scales said Tuesday during a talk she gave about her career at… Continue reading Cowboys sideline reporter speaks about women in sports media