Archives for March 2014

Students try to stay informed on campus

Students try to stay informed on campus from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. Even in the age of information, it can be difficult to keep up with everything going on in the world. Being informed of current events is not always at the top of college students priorities and it shows on the MSU … [Read more...]

Students have incentive, assistance for filing taxes

With only three weeks left before the famous April 15 deadline, tax return madness is in full swing all across the country. Luckily, Midwestern State University students need only to drive down Kemp Boulevard to be reminded of the looming deadline by the Liberty Tax Service mascot, the Statue of … [Read more...]

Be responsible; get tested for STDs

I’m going to be that friend that is an absolute buzzkill and bore everyone with some scary facts because I know no boundaries and because this is an important subject for college students. It is important to be vocal in life, especially sexually. By preaching safe sex (but not elaborating on what … [Read more...]

Students reminisce on college experience

Imagine Graduation from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. Several departments on campus host Imagine Graduation every semester to help seniors fulfill graduation requirements, and to answer any questions students might have for their big day. The event is a one-stop-shop for graduation, and is a … [Read more...]

Nursing program students continue testing success

Nursing program students continue testing success from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. The Wilson school of nursing celebrated another great achievement this semester. All students who took the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification exam passed. They scored higher than the national … [Read more...]

NY Jets player, Rider graduate, discusses missionary work

Christian sorority Sigma Phi Lambda hosted a talk from New York Jets wide receiver David Nelson in the Clark Student Center Comanche Suite, March 26. About 40 people came to see the Rider High School wide receiver and University of Florida graduate gone pro speak about his missionary work in … [Read more...]

Operation Quinceañera

Members of the Sigma Lambda Alpha Sorority have set up donation boxes around campus to collect dresses for Operation Quinceañera, a charity drive started by the sorority's San Antonio chapter. Sorority members hope to collect dresses that will be sent to St. PJ's Home for Neglected and Abused … [Read more...]

Softball sweeps Kingsville

In the four-game series against Texas A&M-Kingsville, the softball team ended it with a sweep to expand their winning streak to nine games. After a slow start to the season, the team has been on a roll during Lone Star Conference play with a record of 11-1. Brady Tigert, head softball coach, … [Read more...]

Basketball players reflect on season

Spring break is over and along with it the Midwestern men and women's basketball season. The men's team finished the season with a Lone Star Conference record of 12-2 with an overall record of 24-8. In the South Central Regional Tournament in Denver over the break, the men made it into the 16th … [Read more...]

Choral groups perform spring concert

Two university choral groups, 34 singers, performed Tuesday night, singing sacred music, lighter music and secular music. James Schuppener, music professor, said, "If you did a full program with very slow heavy music they might lose interest." After joining the University Singers, a group that … [Read more...]