Archives for August 2011

Language falls through the Net

  “lawl grl i luv da way u did ur hair! Luks so kewl!” Give me a break! Is that even English?! Internet speak may look ridiculous, but it seems as though this is the direction the English language is taking. The more popular instant communication gets, the more our language … [Read more...]

Faculty aids in HHH

Every year, thousands gather from all over the globe to partake in what is known as the largest century ride in the country. This year was no different as 10,000 riders competed in the 30th annual Hotter N’ Hell Hundred on Saturday. Dail Neely, dean of students, served as rest stop coordinator … [Read more...]

New housing project slated for 2014

MSU administrators will go before the Board of Regents in November to discuss building a new campus residence hall. Dr. Keith Lamb, associate vice president, and Michael Mills, director of housing, went before the Board in August to make the initial proposal. A representative of Brailsford and … [Read more...]

Campus introduces bus service

After seven years in development, a free bus service called the Mustangs Route is available to students and faculty with a valid MSU ID Monday through Friday from 7:15 am to 9 p.m. The route is replacing the MSU shuttle system that the university ran themselves. MSU spent about $60,000 a year … [Read more...]

Team Arrow beats the heat in bike race

Story by Lauren Eggenschwiler Hotter’n Hell Hundred races kicked off Friday with the criteriums. The MSU Cycling team races as the Hotter’n Hell Hundred/Midwestern team for non-collegiate events like the Hotter’n Hell Hundred. MSU had 5 strong females in the women’s category race that … [Read more...]