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Point guard balances school, work, being a father of three

Kids, school, practice, kids, repeat. Criminal justice senior Devante Pullum takes on daily … [Read More...]

Spring enrollment drops from previous year

Spring enrollment drops four students as numbers fall from 5,718 in the spring of 2017 to 5,714 in … [Read More...]

ASO’s flower delivery signups wilted Feb. 13

To try something "exciting and new" and to fundraise for future events, the African Students … [Read More...]

Lifelong Learning Communities encourage community involvement

To present the member benefits and structure of Lifelong Learning Communities, Todd Giles, associate … [Read More...]

Agribusiness added to fall curriculum

Agribusiness is a new concentration being introduced and implemented in the economics department … [Read More...]

Seven year comprehensive campaign makes progress

Suzanne Shipley, university president, and Anthony Vidmar, vice president of university advancement … [Read More...]

Board votes to increase tuition and fees

At this week's Board of Regents meeting, the Board members raised tuition and fees, approved the … [Read More...]

Finance freshman wins fifth annual BSU talent show

A crowd of more than 60 students gathered in the Clark Student Center Comanche Suite on Feb. 7 for … [Read More...]

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Arts + Entertainment

‘Call Me By Your Name’ examines young love

One of the more controversial movies of this year’s Oscar picks is Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me By … [Read More...]

‘Darkest Hour’, Gary Oldman’s ticket to an Oscar

During the cold winter months, studios begin marching out huge dramas headlined with the names of … [Read More...]

‘Get Out’, a chilling look at racism

Possibly the biggest breakout hit of 2017 was Jordan Peele’s horror film “Get Out,”a timely film … [Read More...]

‘Dunkirk’ a thrilling war flick, falls flat

There comes a time in every serious director’s career to produce a war movie. Christopher Nolan’s … [Read More...]

‘Lady Bird’: a relatable look at a mother-daughter bond

For teenagers, getting along with their parents is a constant struggle. The same is true for … [Read More...]

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Sports

Students participate in intramural basketball

Intramural sports open up a door for students who enjoy competing in sports, interacting with peers … [Read More...]

Basketball honors seniors at game against West Texas A&M

Women's basketball With one more home game left for the court, Avery Queen, forward/center and … [Read More...]

Men’s tennis lose first two of three

The men's tennis team has completed three exhibitions and has lost two of the three. On Feb. 9 they … [Read More...]

Campus athletic trainer works worldwide with national team

She does everything. If any athlete on the volleyball or softball team is sick, she directs the … [Read More...]

Women’s, men’s basketball takes down Texas A&M Kingsville

The Javelinas from Texas A&M Kingsville failed to take down the Mustangs basketball teams for a … [Read More...]

Men’s basketball rises above St. Mary’s University

The men's basketball team took on St. Mary's University on Jan. 29 and came out on top. MSU finished … [Read More...]

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Campus Voice

Pets are friends, not property

Whether you adopt, buy or come by it happenstance, giving a home to an animal is a huge … [Read More...]

Campus needs black intellectualism

We are entrenched in a post-truth, “alternative facts” reality. The evidence is most clear in … [Read More...]

Get educated, talk about serious topics

OUR VIEW: Getting tested for sexually transmitted infections and diseases should be second nature to … [Read More...]

Pursue liberal arts outside the classroom

Much has been said about Midwestern State University being the only public liberal arts institution … [Read More...]

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