Archives for October 18, 2017

Men’s soccer to play St. Edward’s Thursday

It's a chilly night in October, and chants of "Let's go Mustangs, Let's go" ripple throughout the campus. This is what the men's soccer players is hoping for Thursday night at 7 p.m. when they play against St. Edward's as part of homecoming week. Since this game is part of the biggest week of the … [Read more...]

Meet the homecoming court

In conclusion to last week's homecoming court voting process, student activities coordinator, Ruby Arriaga, announced the homecoming representatives on Oct 16. for the freshman, sophomore, and junior classes. The finalists for senior queen and king were also released, though the winner will be … [Read more...]

Photo booth available to students all week

The homecoming committee set up a backdrop of the MSU Rewind logo in the atrium of the Clark Student Center that is available to all students throughout the week. “We really want people to snap a photo and then tag us in it on social media using #MSURewind and @MidwesternState,” Ruby Arriaga, … [Read more...]

Homecoming bonfire to bring excitement to campus

Nothing but darkness and heat will beam on the faces of students participating in this week's homecoming annual bonfire at Nocono Trail South Parking Lot at 9:15 p.m. "This is the funnest part of homecoming week. We get to bring our old college shirts that we don't want anymore and burn the heck … [Read more...]

Homecoming dance to be held Oct. 18 in Legacy

The third annual homecoming dance will be held on Oct. 18 in Legacy Hall beginning at 8:30 p.m as a part of the homecoming week festivities. Norma Ramirez, assistant director of residence life and housing, said the dance will go along with the university's homecoming theme — rewind to the … [Read more...]

’90s trivia event puts students to the test

To put their memory to the test, the trivia questions challenged about 100 students at '90s trivia night on Oct. 17. Struggling to answer 100 questions in 60 seconds on Kahoot, students quickly realized the faster they answered, the more points earned per question. Kenadi Campbell, computer … [Read more...]