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Students thank alumni donors at TAG Day event

From buildings, to book collections, to artwork, Texas Wesleyan University was tattooed in bright yellow tags on Thursday. The Office of Alumni Relations hosted their fourth TAG (Thank All Givers) Day to raise student awareness for all the things made possible through alumni donations and to provide students an opportunity to give thanks to them.… Continue reading Students thank alumni donors at TAG Day event

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Wesleyan has an eventful winter break

Winter break may have been quiet for many students, but it was exciting for sophomore biology major Danura Wayantha. He saw snow for the first time. Wayantha thought it was raining at first when sitting in Stella Russell Hall on Jan. 6. When he figured out that it was snowing, his eyes lit up as… Continue reading Wesleyan has an eventful winter break

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Brittain works to combine talents

  Freshman mass communication major Dakota Brittain has always liked football. “I think for a long time I was a typical kid,” Brittain said, “who wanted to be a football player when he grew up.” Brittain said he came to Wesleyan when he heard football was coming to Wesleyan in 2017. “I had heard about… Continue reading Brittain works to combine talents

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White shares his passion for writing

    Texas Wesleyan’s associate vice president of marketing and communications, Darren White, grew up writing fake sports columns for fun. “I was always a good writer,” White said, “and I always wanted to be a writer.” White, who leads the day to day marketing and communications at Wesleyan, spoke Tuesday morning to a Writing… Continue reading White shares his passion for writing

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Museum Art Exhibit Review: Amon Carter’s “American Photography 1845 to Now”

The Fort Worth Amon Carter Museum’s “American Photography 1845 to Now” displays a wide array of historic photos in both black and white and color. The exhibit has everything from 1940 Daguerreotype photography to the present inkjet print photography, which helps people learn the history of photography as well as how it’s evolved through capturing… Continue reading Museum Art Exhibit Review: Amon Carter’s “American Photography 1845 to Now”

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Final reflective memo: My composition I journey

~ Section I ~ When I entered college, I thought I could write just about anything. For a while I think that was true when I was writing two or three pages of literary narratives, rhetorical analyses, and literary analyses. I will admit my grammar and syntax isn’t always on point and writing can always… Continue reading Final reflective memo: My composition I journey

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Internationals tell their stories

While preparing for midterms, junior business major Karl Willis thinks back to how school back home would just be beginning. “The semesters are a lot shorter,” Willis said. “They’re only twelve weeks, so if I was back home I would have been starting Sept. 26.” Willis, who is from Northern Ireland, has had to learn… Continue reading Internationals tell their stories