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Be involved on campus!

By Amber Lingerfelt Four years. Four years is the average amount of time that a student will spend obtaining a degree in college. I would argue that these four years are some of the most transformative and beneficial for development of the individual. From 0-4 years of age, you learn to walk, talk, and laugh. … Continue reading "Be involved on campus!"

Tennessee Wesleyan University announces Goodfriend School of Business

Tennessee Wesleyan University is proud to announce the official naming of the Goodfriend School of Business. The naming was announced March 14 during the annual Dr. Morris D. Goodfriend Annual Lecture Series, where the featured speaker was Robert M. “Bob” Goodfriend. The Goodfriend School of Business is named in honor of Bob and Wendy Goodfriend, … Continue reading "Tennessee Wesleyan University announces Goodfriend School of Business"

The road to graduation

By Kinsley Vincent, senior communication studies major I am a senior at Tennessee Wesleyan University, and I chose TWU because I was recruited to play golf. I can say that I have truly enjoyed getting my education here at TWU. With this being my last semester here, I cannot describe the excitement and joy I … Continue reading "The road to graduation"

TWU Professor Bill Watts establishes endowed scholarship fund

Tennessee Wesleyan University Professor Bill Watts remembers his father, Willard W. Watts, Sr. always taking time to spend time with his children. Regardless of what was happening in the world, Watts’ father put his children and family first. Watts’ father worked as a police officer, and took Watts camping one weekend, despite a major news … Continue reading "TWU Professor Bill Watts establishes endowed scholarship fund"