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Three lip sync teams advance to Thursday’s finals

A packed auditorium. Five judges. Fourteen organizations. Nine teams, with only three moving on to … [Read More...]

Students, others learn to engage with social media

Making money with Twitter; how to create personal filters on Snapchat; social media's application in … [Read More...]

Students giggle and gasp at watch party as candidates bicker and answer questions

More than 75 faculty and students sat quietly — with a few various giggles and deep breaths — in … [Read More...]

Andrew Allen to perform for faculty recital

In an effort to expose audience members to new forms of musical expression, Andrew Allen, assistant … [Read More...]

Breaking Bad star speaks to 200

As part of his self- proclaimed mission to educate students about living with disability, bullying, … [Read More...]

Theater students excited about new challenge

“The most exciting part of practicing the play is that it was very challenging for us. It’s a higher … [Read More...]

Some 30 learn to salsa

Partners! Music! One-Two-Three, Salsa!Music and eager dancers filled the Legacy Hall Multipurpose … [Read More...]

On the 7th day, “Bus” rested.

Students who live off campus without a car sometimes find it challenging to get on campus to use … [Read More...]

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Arts + Entertainment

Student-produced one-act plays end spring semester

Seven theater seniors wrapped up their spring semester with student-produced one-act plays on April … [Read More...]

REVIEW:Theater presents two weekends of student-produced one-act plays

As part of requirements for graduation, seven theater seniors individually produced one-act plays … [Read More...]

‘Lysistrata’ brings comic relief to audience

The second showing of "Lysistrata" on gave students a story about a group of women who want to deny … [Read More...]

Cast joins 40 for a meet and greet

Roughly 40 students joined the Arts and Literature Society and the cast of Lysistrata for a … [Read More...]

Diversity of Mexico characterized by photos and projections

Existe lo que tiene nombre: the Contemporary Photography in Mexico show opened in the Juanita Harvey … [Read More...]

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Davis exemplifies core values on and off of the field

It's a typical crisp, Saturday morning on the soccer fields. The 10-year-old team arrives in … [Read More...]

Track team finds inspiration from guest speaker

Last Sunday at First Baptist Church, guest speaker Allyson Felix, American track Olympic champion, … [Read More...]

Football continues winning streak over Angelo State

At halftime the score was 21-0. It looked like an MSU rout. Then with 11:10 in the third, ASU Rams … [Read More...]

Family Weekend game postponed; Mustangs win

Heading 2-0 into the first home game of the season, the Mustangs left the field on Sunday night with … [Read More...]

Women’s soccer stomps ENMU

The last two games have been a disappointment for women's soccer. Undeterred they dominated the game … [Read More...]

Women’s golf has high expections

The women's golf team placed second in the West Texas A&M Invitational, they finished day two … [Read More...]

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Campus Voice

When you try your best, but you don’t succeed (yet)

We’re at that point in the semester once again. Midterms, quizzes and assignments that all seem to … [Read More...]

Cafeteria lacks both quality and quantity

OUR VIEW: While some parts of the new cafeteria have improved, as a whole it has not.The quality of … [Read More...]

But first, coffee

Just let me have my coffee how I want it.Every morning I get up, wash my face and brush my teeth. … [Read More...]

If attacked by a clown, go for the juggler

When I see people wearing masks, it's either at a costume party or doing something they shouldn't.  … [Read More...]

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