Archives for February 15, 2017

Parking permit cost increases

It's universal.After all, students have to have something to complain about.Parking and the cafeteria.No matter how big or small the college campus, students always complain about the cost of parking and the quality of food in the cafeteria. But this past fall, students had a reason to complain as … [Read more...]

Dallas Poetry Slam Team to perform downtown Feb. 18

The Dallas Poetry Slam Team will be performing a two-hour feature on Feb. 18 at 2011 Bistro, located at 801 Indiana, beginning at 10 p.m. The event, Black Love, is focused on celebrating the month of love and Black History Month. Event admission is $10 and is sponsored by the Wichita Falls … [Read more...]

Only girls attend Valentine’s Day craft class

A Valentine's Day craft class was held in the Kiowa room of Clark Student Center to get students in the holiday mood on Feb. 9. Students created Valentine’s Day themed artwork through sewing and canvas painting.The class was only attended by females and consisted of 16 students, leaving multiple of … [Read more...]

Soldiers’ theater not as well known, with little funds

Karen Dabney, assistant professor of theater, presented Soldier-Actors, Army Entertainment, and the Archive Dilemma at the faculty forum on Feb. 13 at 7 p.m. in Clark Student Center rooms Wichita I and II. The forum looked at the implementation of theater in the army, the forgotten history of such … [Read more...]

What it is like being an atheist in college

Being an atheist in college can sometimes be difficult waters to navigate. I have been an atheist since I was a freshman in high school, but before that I was a faithful Christian. I won’t bore you with the story as to how I became an atheist, but what I will say is that it was only after I came to … [Read more...]

Do not fear ‘slowing down’ in life

"Mindfulness what?"Hygge. Mindfulness. If you're a logophile, you're familiar with these words. If you've been searching for a way to bring balance into your life, you're probably aware of these concepts. Hygge is a Danish concept that teaches about simplicity, and mindfulness is the idea of … [Read more...]

Quarantine: MSU edition

OUR VIEW: Sick students need to keep their illnesses in the confines of their own homes.Sniffling. Coughing. Puffy, red eyes. Scratchy throats and barely audible voices. These are just a few of the sounds and disgusting bodily functions that students experience as classes drag on through the campus … [Read more...]

Sickness hits softball team

Though the girl's softball team has been performing well— holding a 6-6 record— they were hit with a troubling grand slam: sickness. Conditions on campus have spilled onto the playing field, taking players out with two cases of strep throat and three cases of the flu. With only nine girls for seven … [Read more...]

For Colored Girls ‘a story rarely told’

"For Colored Girls," a poetic play, was met by a crowd of 98 students, faculty and community members in Bea Wood Studio Theatre in the Fain Fine Arts building. The event was held on Feb. 10-11 by Alpha Psi Omega as a fundraiser for First Step, Inc., Ms. Foundation, and INCITE! The reception at 7 … [Read more...]