Archives for September 13, 2017

Science Café to be held at Frank and Joe’s Coffee House

The College of Science and Mathematics will be kicking off the beginning of a series of science cafés at Frank and Joe’s Coffee House from 3 to 4 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 14. “It is a series of science conversations between MSU faculty and the broader community,” Dean of the College of Science and … [Read more...]

Prancettes tryouts Sept. 13 and 14

Prancettes pave their way for a new semester of dance as they approach their tryouts on Sept. 13 and 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Wellness Center. Looking forward to a fresh start and feeling confident about tryouts, Juwel Williams, mechanial engineering junior and Prancette leader, expects 20 females to … [Read more...]

Table tennis tournament set for Sept. 14

The rec sports league is hosting its table tennis tournament on Sept. 14 in Clark Student Center at 5 p.m. Michael Richardson, assistant director of recreational sports and wellness, said, “This tournament is one of many one day tournaments we offer throughout the semester with our recreational … [Read more...]

Spanish Club leaders looking for new members

Joining a student organization may be the last thing on students' minds as they begin to adjust to a hectic schedule, but that should not be the case. One organization in particular, Spanish Club, is accepting new members. Vice President Norma Castro, Spanish junior, encourages students to attend … [Read more...]

Panda Express vs. Panda Kitchen: Battle of the orange chicken

Like most broke college students, we usually get hungry, especially when the dining halls are closed. This rang true for me on Labor Day. Mesquite Dining Hall was the only on campus restaurant open, and the food did not look appetizing. Thanks to my love of food, especially of the Asian variety, I … [Read more...]

Mustangs to play Texas A&M-Kingsville

The football players are "hungry for a win" at the upcoming game against Texas A&M-Kingsville on Saturday. This game is much anticipated by the team because it's the first conference game of the 2017 season. “We missed the opportunity [to play] this last week in Central Florida, due to the … [Read more...]

Skills-based courses removed from core curriculum

On Aug. 18, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board denied the inclusion of all elementary and intermediate courses of French, German and Spanish into the core curriculum. They remain approved for the 2017-18 year, but will potentially be removed from the core in 2019. Other skills courses, … [Read more...]