Queen of the Table

By Brianna Kessler published by Fort Worth Weekly Megan Morris stands at the end of a long white table. Her opponent faces her at the other end. Eight feet separate these modern gladiators.Money, reputation, pride, and opportunity are on the line. Morris tunes out every distraction and lines up her next shot. Inside this bustling suburban … Continue reading Queen of the Table

Meet Valerie Spears

Learn more about Valerie  Valerie Spears, a senior mass communication major, has made the most of her time at Texas Wesleyan University. Spears, 22, transferred to Wesleyan in 2013 and has already participated in a study abroad trip, became a leader in a student organization, won various academic awards and participated in multiple communication related … Continue reading Meet Valerie Spears


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 … Continue reading STUDENTS DUEL AS CAMPUS CARRY DEBATE FIRES UP

5 Best tacos in Fort Worth

Live every day like it's taco Tuesday- Published by Fort Worth Magazine Could you eat tacos for breakfast, lunch and dinner? If you answered yes, chances are you’re from Fort Worth. Everyone knows Texans love their Tex-Mex and love their tacos even more. NBCDFW.com reported that Estately, an online blog, conducted a survey, "Most Taco-Crazed Cities in … Continue reading 5 Best tacos in Fort Worth

On the Fly

Five Must-Have Gadgets That Will Transform The Way You Work And Travel The airport has become the new office for the majority of on-the-go businesspeople. Travel and work have become harmonious for the majority of today’s top executives. As if budgeting a typical workweek wasn’t stressful enough, many now have the task of calculating travel … Continue reading On the Fly

How I Found My “Why” and Why it’s Important to Find Yours

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nietzsche_3Do you have a why? Why do you want to do what you do?  My why found me five years ago…

It was five years ago today, at the age of 24, I was sitting next to my mother as she lay on her deathbed dying of cancer and I watched as she took her last breath.  As I sat there, staring blankly at her now soulless body, my mind was flooded with so many thoughts and emotions.  Most importantly, at that moment, I truly realized just how short life can be and I now had a deep desire and a “why” to do something great with my life. 

She is why I want to go after my dreams.  She is why I want to inspire others to go after theirs and she is why I want to work to improve myself each and every day, emotionally, physically, and spiritually.


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