Archives for February 2015

Episode 11: Founding Health Science at MSU

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First presidential candidate brings liberal arts background

Shipley Kicks Off the Presidential Forums from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. Suzanne Shipley, the president of Shepherd University, was the first candidate introduced as a possible replacement for retiring university president Jesse Rogers. Held a day later than originally schedule due to bad … [Read more...]

University Officials Make Good Call

Our View: When the weather got bad, the university officials handled the situation diligently and effectively to maintain the safety of everyone on campus. They maintained communication with everyone and made sure news got sent out immediately. The Greater Wichita Falls Community saw about an … [Read more...]

Women’s soccer scrimmage OSU

The women's soccer team will scrimmage away at Oklahoma State University on Saturday, Feb. 28. "It will be against a NCAA D1 school so they will challenge us to perform at a higher intensity and help us grow," coach Damien Clarke said. The team has been working hard in off season by waking up … [Read more...]

UPB poetry night to feature professional talent

Students will have the opportunity this Thursday, Feb. 26, at 8:30 p.m. to see mass communication junior Brett Lincoln and Florida's word smith Roderick Borisade, better known as Odd?Rod, perform in the Clark Student Center Atrium as one of the University Programming Board's last Black History Month … [Read more...]

Barbecue restaurant nearly lives up to its name

Texas Best BBQ & Burgers, at the corner of Maplewood and Southwest Parkway, may not be the best, but it's good. The restaurant is nothing special from the outside, but the interior is well decorated with a cowboy theme throughout. The front counter is situated so that visitors can watch the … [Read more...]

Second candidate discusses vision with students

The second of three candidates for university president spoke Feb 25. to a crowd of a dozen students at the student forum Comanche Suites located in the Clark Student Center. Andrew Rogerson, provost of Sonoma State University in California, spoke on why he chose MSU and what he could add to the … [Read more...]

Four day weekend due to inclement weather

University officials issued two code-red weather alerts this week, on Monday and Tuesday, canceling classes and closing most of the campus. The dining hall, student center, Wellness Center and Moffett Library remained open both days. On Tuesday, Feb. 24, the Mustangs Route ran from 1-5 p.m. to bring … [Read more...]

Last softball games before LSC play canceled

Due to weather conditions, the softball games scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 24 at Mustang Park against Oklahoma Christian University were cancelled and won't be rescheduled leaving the team with one less chance to prepare for Lone Star Conference play. The team was scheduled to play back-to-back … [Read more...]

First presidential candidate visits campus

The first of three finalists for the new university president claimed to be a local girl who grew up in Lubbock, but her localness was truly confirmed when Robert McBroom, a physician and attendee of yesterday's forum, asked Suzanne Shipley, president of Shepherd University, if she had a brother … [Read more...]