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MSU: Texas’ only public liberal arts school

Passionate ballet dancers aspire to enroll at Julliard. And want-to-be lawyers are attracted to the … [Read More...]

Social media changes the career landscape

Online personas have reshaped every aspect of modern life, including professional identities and job … [Read More...]

It’s more than just a color

During football games students wave flags and paint their bodies with school colors. The Alma Mater … [Read More...]

Choosing a home away from home

Coming to a college campus for the first time, especially as a first-time student, can be daunting. … [Read More...]

Welcome to the club: Education more than just going to class

From playing a game of Ultimate to joining together in the Catholic Campus Ministry, there are more … [Read More...]

Vidmar named vice president for advancement

RELATED: University relies on donors for fundingWhen Howard Farrell, MSU vice president of … [Read More...]

Governor appoints new student regent

Gov. Greg Abbott has appointed Lindsey Shelley to serve as the Midwestern State University Student … [Read More...]

669 graduate in spring ceremony

Facts and figuresCompare spring 2014 and spring 2013 DATE | May 14, 2016LOCATION | Kay Yeager … [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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Sports

Athletes look to build on past successes

FOOTBALL The football team finished its 2015 season 5-1 in conference and with a 10-2 overall … [Read More...]

Fazekas’ bumpy ride to signing with development league

About 18 Mustangs for the men’s soccer team are playing in the Premier Development League this … [Read More...]

Three cyclists take a break from competition

After starting cycling at young ages, Luke Allen, sophomore Spanish and political science major, … [Read More...]

Men’s tennis beats rival Cameron, playoff dream not dead

The men's tennis team beat Cameron University 6-3, the team's Lone Star Conference rival, on April … [Read More...]

Softball beats Kingsville four game series 3-1, enters playoffs

Playoffs didn't look like a possibility for the softball team before April 22, but when the team won … [Read More...]

Field turf installations to be completed before fall semester

Two grass fields are being changed into field turf and will be completed before the beginning of the … [Read More...]

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Campus Voice

Appreciation goes a long way

As an avid reader of our amazing campus newspaper, I was slightly upset when reading the staff … [Read More...]

Fair-weather advocates should learn the facts

Let's clear something up. Target is not allowing anyone to use any restroom they want. Target is not … [Read More...]

I learned confidence, skills

Coming to MSU was a nerve-racking experience for me since I didn’t like to be away from home. I only … [Read More...]

Construction should help, not harm

With the construction of the new dorm, mass communication building and turf fields, the rise in … [Read More...]

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