Archives for October 2, 2017

155 attend second Social Media Day

Reporting by Conner Floyd, Tré Jones, Tyler Manning, Ivy Martinez, Avery Queen and Abena Tobin To stress to high school and college students at an early age the importance of social media in life and in future job opportunities, the mass communication department hosted a series of sessions … [Read more...]

Michael Olaya sheds light on the technical world

During a sunny Monday afternoon, a crowd of about 75 listened to a mechanical engineering senior discuss how flying robots will give them super powers. But his talk went well beyond how to use drones. Mechanical engineering senior Michael Olaya discussed how advances in drone technology as well as … [Read more...]

Business leaders spend time discussing role of social media

Fifteen representatives. More than 10 organizations. Three news stations. One community. One goal: to discuss how individuals and businesses could effectively use social media. Representatives from various organizations in Wichita Falls conducted a panel on Sept. 25 in the Wichitan newsroom, hosted … [Read more...]

Fremaux exhibit explores nudism and human nature

Students, faculty and art enthusiasts all listened in silence, captivated by artist Ghislaine Fremaux, as she explained how the artwork that surrounded them explored the ever-shifting nature of the human body and society's concept of human beauty. About 70 people attended the opening for the … [Read more...]

Volleyball beats Texas Women’s University

The volleyball team won against Texas Women's University on Sept. 29. Out of five sets, the Mustangs won three straight sets, not allowing the TWU Pioneers to have a chance. "That was the best game we've ever played and we came out with great energy," Kristin Silva, junior and defense specialist, … [Read more...]

Volleyball falls to Texas A&M-Commerce

After a great win on Sept. 29, the Texas A&M-Commerce Lions stumped the Mustangs at the Family Day game on Sept. 30. The game went through three long sets with TAMUC rising to the top. The first two sets were not as close to the final ending in 22-25, in favor of the Lions. "Commerce was a … [Read more...]

Mustangs win Family Day game against WNMU

A sea of gold and maroon fans packed Memorial Stadium Saturday night for the annual Family Day football game. The stands were lined with family members and friends in support of the team — especially since it was the first game without cornerback Robert Grays. The team prepped themselves mentally … [Read more...]