STOP THE DISCRIMINATION OF MUSLIMS

“We have a problem in this country. It’s called Muslims,” Donald Trump said recently. Derogatory comments like this are, once again, sweeping across the nation and corrupting America’s fragile social system. Anti-Muslim rhetoric is being used more and more in today’s news, political campaigns and mainstream media. This growing sentiment in our nation initially began…

How the freemasons changed my life

Do you remember the day you took your first steps as a child? The day you discovered that, the two objects attached to your legs, that kind of look like the things you use to grab stuff, serve an extraordinary purpose? Can you imagine how excited and nervous your parents felt, as they watched you…

Water leakage problems in West Village repaired this week

The water damage to several apartments in the new addition of West Village should be fixed by the end of this week, according to a school official. Brian Franks, executive director of facilities development and operations, said that the water leak developed from a tub converter on the second floor, causing water to go behind…

What your Smartphone addiction is actually costing you

  You cannot live without it. You think you need it all the time. You feel anxious when you do not have it. You feel lost when it is not in your hands. Ninety-one percent of American adults and 60 percent of teens own the device causing an addiction similar to drug abuse, according to…

Stoney LaRue new album Us Time

Stoney LaRue, a country singer-songwriter and native Texan, who has sold more than half a million albums and performed at the Grand Ole Opry last year, is a huge name in the country red dirt musical community and will be making many live appearances in Texas this year while touring the new album. The new…

STUDENTS DUEL AS CAMPUS CARRY DEBATE FIRES UP

Texas Wesleyan President Frederick Slabach conducted an open forum on Tuesday for students to voice their comments, concerns, and questions regarding campus carry. The forum, which was held in the Baker Building during free period, included around 50 students attending and about 15 speaking and asking questions. The forum addressed the possibility of guns on…