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Quantity over quality: More freshman fail to meet admissions requirements

With enrollment numbers at an all-time high and the economy operating on a steady incline, 2007 was … [Read More...]

Caribfest set to launch Thursday

Caribfest 2016, one of the biggest events on campus, begins Sept. 29 with a series of events. The … [Read More...]

Special Olympic athletes ‘inspire’ students with passion

In Rio De Janeiro this past summer, the 4' gymnast Simone Biles, the swimmer with five gold medals … [Read More...]

Student pretends to be gay for ‘social experiment’

Christopher “Topher” McGehee, mass communication sophomore, conducted a social experiment to get … [Read More...]

Former astronaut, Scott Parazynski, speaks to a crowd of 325

Few seats were empty Tuesday night in Akin Auditorium as former astronaut Scott Parazynski spoke as … [Read More...]

Tailgating policy tested at first home game

Rain or shine, student tailgaters and their families were out early Saturday at the first of four … [Read More...]

MDA Muscle Walk raised $18,400 in donations

The Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) held their annual MDA Muscle Walk Saturday morning Sept. 7 … [Read More...]

Undergraduate research office uses Cards Against Humanity for mock proposals

Apryl Webb, secretary of the office of undergraduate research, hosted a workshop titled "Getting … [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

Weather fails to disrupt punt, pass and kick competition

Last year there were 20. But not this year. After thunderstorms threatened the punt, pass and kick … [Read More...]

Football players finally get to see family

With the football team playing at home this weekend, Family Day events and five weeks without a home … [Read More...]

The Bryan Brothers in town to serve charity

Arguably the greatest tennis doubles duo makes a stop to D.L. Ligon Coliseum Sept. 22.The Bryan … [Read More...]

Mustangs look to bounce back, set to host conference rival West Texas A&M

After the men’s soccer team suffered its first loss of the season and first opening home game loss … [Read More...]

12 students compete in table tennis tournament

The Clark Student Center game room was intense on Sept. 8 as 12 students came to compete in the … [Read More...]

Volleyball team rides through tournament

At the Hampton Inn tournament last weekend, the volleyball team won three games and lost one.“Last … [Read More...]

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Campus Voice

Registration needed for concealed carry

Our view: The university should register each concealed carrying studentWith Legacy Hall sprouting … [Read More...]

The element of freedom

I spent a good part of my life trying to shrink myself, trying to become smaller, less opinionated, … [Read More...]

Life as the one of the first RAs in Legacy

Legacy Hall is the new home for almost 500 residents, mostly freshmen and sophomores. Legacy is … [Read More...]

The concept of beauty

Women have been manipulated to think that beauty is what we see on television, advertisements, and … [Read More...]

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