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Students shown new perspective on renewable energy

Clean, renewable energy is not a new or revolutionary idea. The concept of renewable energy has been … [Read More...]

Parking permit cost increases

It's universal.After all, students have to have something to complain about.Parking and the … [Read More...]

Dallas Poetry Slam Team to perform downtown Feb. 18

The Dallas Poetry Slam Team will be performing a two-hour feature on Feb. 18 at 2011 Bistro, located … [Read More...]

Only girls attend Valentine’s Day craft class

A Valentine's Day craft class was held in the Kiowa room of Clark Student Center to get students in … [Read More...]

Soldiers’ theater not as well known, with little funds

Karen Dabney, assistant professor of theater, presented Soldier-Actors, Army Entertainment, and the … [Read More...]

Sickness hits softball team

Though the girl's softball team has been performing well— holding a 6-6 record— they were hit with a … [Read More...]

For Colored Girls ‘a story rarely told’

"For Colored Girls," a poetic play, was met by a crowd of 98 students, faculty and community members … [Read More...]

Spring enrollment drops to 5,718

Enrollment has gradually increased at 3.5 percent over the last three years, yet spring enrollment … [Read More...]

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Arts + Entertainment

John Wick 2 exceeds expectations

John Wick Chapter 2 follows the story of an ex hit-man, John Wick, who gets pulled back into his old … [Read More...]

Moonlight presents character study, inclusion

Moonlight is a film directed by Barry Jenkins and stars Mahershala Ali, Naomie Harris, Janelle … [Read More...]

Camp Chaparral: A hidden gem

Substantial entertainment is a rarity in Wichita Falls, particularly for international students that … [Read More...]

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...]

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Sports

Sickness hits softball team

Though the girl's softball team has been performing well— holding a 6-6 record— they were hit with a … [Read More...]

Softball wins double-header

After a rocky start to their season, the Mustangs swept the Oklahoma Panhandle Aggies with Erin Knox … [Read More...]

Student turns lifestyle into career

From bodybuilding to school work to making YouTube videos for the world to see, Avery Whaite, mass … [Read More...]

Athletes and coaches strive to succeed in post-season play

In collegiate sports one of the most common, realistic goal for any coach or player is to get to … [Read More...]

Athletic administrators work to improve athletic departments GPA

To improve the cumulative GPA for all 312 student-athlete members of the athletic department, … [Read More...]

Athletic careers ending too soon

Multiple college careers with possible promising futures have come to an end too often. Injuries, … [Read More...]

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Campus Voice

What it is like being an atheist in college

Being an atheist in college can sometimes be difficult waters to navigate. I have been an atheist … [Read More...]

Do not fear ‘slowing down’ in life

"Mindfulness what?"Hygge. Mindfulness. If you're a logophile, you're familiar with these words. If … [Read More...]

Quarantine: MSU edition

OUR VIEW: Sick students need to keep their illnesses in the confines of their own homes.Sniffling. … [Read More...]

Construction breaks quiet hours

OUR VIEW: Construction disrupts dorm life.The world knows that the glass-faced, moneyless, starving … [Read More...]

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