Archives for January 2012

Entertainment Spotlight 02-01-2012

Entertainment Spotlight with Anastasia Reed covers a talented MSU student who is more than just a vocalist. Name: Cornileus Roberts Major: Music Education What instrument do you play?  “I play piano, pipe organ, trombone, tuba, saxophone and a little clarinet.” What is your ultimate career … [Read more...]

LMFAO at the haters

I’ve come to the conclusion that people who hate techno, electronic or house music really have no idea what they are talking about. I’ve especially realized that they really have no idea what they’re talking about after I hear them listening to Rihanna, LMFAO or La Roux. What really irks me the … [Read more...]

Religion continues to divide itself at Midwestern State

The United States of America was built on the idea of every person having religious freedom. But as more time passes, the more it seems, that politicians as well as other social leaders are trying to convince society that American values are actually Christian values. So what has happened to the … [Read more...]

A strong economy for peace

The United States has been regarded as one of the most powerful countries since World War II. This powerful world prowess has been held due to successful trading relationships and a prosperous economy. But recently, with skyrocketing federal spending, more than $1 trillion spent on the Iraq War, … [Read more...]

Psychology clinic seeks new student clientele

Midwestern’s psychology clinic is seeking new clients. There is no charge for students, staff, faculty and immediate family. Services available vary from stress management to anxiety disorders and mild depression. This program is not only beneficial to students and the community, but also … [Read more...]

Speaker says money key to world peace

In 2010, the United States budgeted $663 billion to the Department of Defense. This is about half of what the entire world spends on its military, meaning that the U.S. spends roughly as much on defense as the rest of the world combined. The reason, according to Dr. Lloyd J. Dumas, political … [Read more...]

Physics major to be eliminated by 2018

Low enrollment leads Higher Ed Coordinating Board to axe program In November, the Texas High Education Coordinating Board unanimously voted to eliminate the MSU’s physics department. The decision was for the sake of logistics after THECB flagged the department as being a “low-producing” degree … [Read more...]

Sports Spotlight 02-01-2012

MSU Men's and Women's Basketball teams dominated Texas A&M Commerce January 25th at the D.L. Ligon Coliseum and the MSU Rugby Team shut out Southern Methodist University January 28th. Videography and Edited by: Kassie Bruton Visit this weeks sport highlight gallery here. … [Read more...]

Softball gears up for another successful season

Last week they received the most first-place votes from the Lone Star Conference annual preseason poll. They have won more games over the last two seasons than any other NCAA program. The coaches were named the coaching staff of the year for the second consecutive year by the National Fast-pitch … [Read more...]

MSU tames TAMU-C Lions with a fierce 69-50 victory

Mustangs trample TAMUC Lions at D.L. Ligon but hit a roadblock in Stephenville. After double victories against rivals Cameron University, the Mustangs dominated Texas A&M University-Commerce as they won their tenth straight home game. Keonte Logan made the first three points for … [Read more...]