Archives for September 2013

Choosing a Career and Major workshop ends series

The Counseling Center hosted a Choosing a Career and Major workshop in Sundance Court on Sept. 25, ending the first month of the four-part series of workshops. Licensed Professional Counselor Laurie Arnold, spoke of common misconceptions about majors and careers such as limited career choices in … [Read more...]

Apple Products Update to iOS 7

Apple Products Update to iOS7 from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. Six years is a long time to wear the same look, but especially in technology. Apple products across the nation received a major design makeover. As of last week the new iOS 7 software update was available for all Apple device … [Read more...]

MSU ranked among top football teams in state

Mustangs voted top 10 football team in Texas from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. Everything is bigger in Texas, including college football and the competition that comes with it. Footballscoop.com reporters have ranked who they thought were the top 10 college football teams in Texas and a few of the … [Read more...]

Guns still not allowed on campus

In the parking lot behind Prothro-Yeager, an old grey Ford F-150 almost seems to speak its mind by displaying a small National Rifle Association sticker on the back windshield and a gun rack inside the cab. The NRA and other Americans have always taken pride in their gun laws, which makes the United … [Read more...]

Artist-Lecture Series to feature Dr. Drew Pinksy

Radio and television personality Drew Pinsky, better known as Dr. Drew, will share his expertise in relationships and addictive behaviors during the first event of the Artist-Lecture Series in Akin Auditorium on Sept. 26. Board-certified Pinsky earned his fame as a practicing physician by … [Read more...]

FallsFest 2013 to be ‘bigger and better’

FallsFest, a yearly outdoor festival in Wichita Falls, will be held at Lucy Park Sept. 28-29 for its 28th year. Unfortunately last year’s event was rained out, but this year is expected to be bigger than ever. “Last year FallsFest got rained out so we’re amplifying this year’s FallsFest to be … [Read more...]

Great Day of Service Sept. 28

To get students involved while also giving them a better feel of the Wichita Falls area, the sixth annual Great Day of Service will take place on Sept. 28 at various locations around Wichita Falls. “Participating in the Great Day of Service gives students an opportunity to participate in service … [Read more...]

Administration ‘cautiously optimistic’ on future enrollment

Enrollment remained relatively steady as 205 more freshmen enrolled at Midwestern State University than last fall, resulting in a slight decrease in total enrollment, which dropped from 5,916 students in 2012 to 5,870 as of Sept. 18 when the official headcount was posted. Vice President for … [Read more...]

Forum teaches leadership skills

As part of an ongoing effort to teach students leadership skills and give them a chance to network with state officials. On Nov. 7, students will have the opportunity to attend the Texas Leadership Forum in Austin, for the second time this year. Last winter, two students attended the conference … [Read more...]

Homecoming nominees must meet new requirements

Homecoming nominees must meet new requirements this year if they expect to take the crown due to alleged cheating that took place during last year's elections. “This is a test pilot year,” Phillip Mundine, senior in mass communication and by-law co-chair said. Last year, nominees from Sigma … [Read more...]