Archives for April 29, 2015

MESA shuttle usage low on Saturdays

Since the trial run of the Mustangs Entertainment Shopping and Attractions Route began April 10, the number of weekend riders has continued to decline. The numbers over the weeks have been important to decide if MESA will continue to run in the fall. April 20, Matthew Park, dean of students, sent … [Read more...]

Women’s soccer player kicks cancer

From July of 2014 to March of 2015, time practically stood still for Kylie Austin. After spending days in a hospital bed hooked up to IVs and hours listening to doctors say her dream of playing college soccer might be stripped away, Austin received news on March 24 that gave her hope. Austin, … [Read more...]

Glow-in-the-dark capture the flag April 30

Students looking for plans on April 30 in the evening have the chance to compete in the University Programming Board's capture-the-flag competition at 9 p.m. in the quad. Flags, glow stick headbands and bracelets will be provided, and UPB adviser Mario Ramirez said students will only need to bring a … [Read more...]

Rec sports debut indoor mini triathlon

Recreational sports' first indoor mini-triathlon started this Monday at the Wellness Center and will conclude Friday, May 1.  The competition consists of a 2,000 meter row, five-mile bike ride, and a mile run open to all students, staff and faculty. "It's a mini triathlon. It's all going to be … [Read more...]

Brew Fest set to tip off May 2

With a wide variety of craft beers and live entertainment, the Wichita Falls Rotary North Club will be hosting its second annual brew fest at the J.S. Bridwell Agricultural Center May 2. Proceeds from the Tornado Alley Brew Fest 2015  benefit the Wichita Falls Chapter of Disabled American Veterans … [Read more...]

Kissing for cancer: Sorority hosts fundraiser to raise awareness

To raise awareness for cancer members of Kappa Delta Chi hosted Kiss the Wall Wednesday. Lucia Ramirez, radiology senior said, “It’s a great way to reach the student body with fun and also get the students aware of the different types of cancer.” Thirty-two people participated in the event … [Read more...]

Celebration of Scholarship gives new meaning to the words ‘celebration of scholarships’

The research and creativity of Midwestern State University students and professors will be in the spotlight this week during MSU’s Celebration of Scholarship in the Clark Student Center. The Celebration of Scholarship gives undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty an outlet to … [Read more...]

Students produce plays over entire semester

Students produce plays over entire semester from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. While most students are studying for finals, theater seniors are preparing for opening night of their student-directed one-act plays, a feat that requires them to flex all of their theater muscles and no easy task to be … [Read more...]

Rain causes leaks in Fain Fine Arts

Rain causes leaks in Fain Fine Arts from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. Monday morning seemed normal until Carlos Aleman found water leaking from the ceiling in the Juanita Harvey Art Gallery in the Fain Fine Arts building. This brought attention to other faculty members to check rooms in … [Read more...]

SGA failed the student body – again

This year’s Student Government election was without a doubt a mess. I’m not going to lay blame at any one person’s feet—that was handled at the Student Government Association election board hearing—but I will say the election as a whole was unprofessional, from cheating allegations to social media … [Read more...]