Archives for October 2012

MSU wins Oklahoma Collegiate

With a successful run so far this season, the women’s golf team’s performance in its most recent tournament was expected. MSU is currently ranked No. 4 in the West Region and No. 7 nationally. This is the highest the Lady Mustangs have been ranked since the program started four years … [Read more...]

Learn as You Play

Although the men’s tennis team did not perform as well as they expected last weekend, a handful of players took positives from the Tyler Invitational. The tournament was delayed due to rain. However, the officials were able to reorganize the schedule to allow as many matches as possible. Head … [Read more...]

Women’s basketball coach seeks growth in Lady Mustangs

The women’s basketball team is expecting to have an improved season after being knocked out by Incarnate Word in the Lone Star Conference postseason tournament quarterfinals last season. ”[Against Incarnate Word] we were able to make a comeback but, we still lost,” said Noel Johnson, women’s … [Read more...]

With no returning starters, the Mustangs seek national gold

After a 64-63 loss last season in the NCAA Division II Elite Eight quarterfinals to eventual champions Western Washington, the Mustangs are prepared to go  even further this season. “We hope to win a national championship this year,” said Nelson Haggerty, head men’s basketball coach.  “We … [Read more...]

Instant queue musts for Netflix users

On a lazy, rainy Sunday afternoon there is only one thing to do to occupy the time, Netflix. The on-demand Internet streaming media is a must have for all college students. Even with the unforgiving campus wireless Internet, Netflix is worth the $10 a month. Of course there is also Hulu, but … [Read more...]

No tricks, just treats

Halloween is finally here – the holiday known for dressing up as anything or anyone you wish and going around to strangers’ houses for goodies. But what happens when you get to the age that you can’t do that anymore, and all Halloween is to you is an excuse to go to a costume party? If you still … [Read more...]

Halloween Fright Fest

If there’s one thing Halloween goes hand-in-hand with other than candy and costumes, it’s horror movies. Before you settle in with go-to franchises like Halloween, Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street or even the latest Paranormal Activity entry (don’t waste your time), why not try out a … [Read more...]

Student-run exhibit showcases talent

The Kappa Pi Honor Society put up its annual art exhibit on Oct. 26 in the Fain Fine Arts Building. Kappa Pi president Samantha Nichols, a junior, said Kappa Pi is open to any art major and that this show is another chance for students involved to display their work. Nichols said as part of … [Read more...]

Planning a life after graduation

Christina Martinez Staff Writer There are 5,916 students enrolled in 45 undergraduate programs this fall. Most students obtain a degree to start a career after graduation, but some students do not know where to start. The Career Management Center, located in room 108 of the Clark Student … [Read more...]

Professor devotes time to empower students

Laura Fidelie has dedicated the past six years empowering students with her knowledge as a criminal justice professor. She also spends her time teaching abroad for the British Studies program. With a mountain of accreditations, six publications in peer-reviewed journals, encyclopedia entries … [Read more...]