Archives for January 23, 2018

Why Artist Lecture Series alone won’t change this campus

Let me just say out of the 3-and-a-half years I’ve been at MSU, I’ve attended at least 10 Artist Lecture Series. I enjoyed almost all of them and took something away from each. It’s a great concept: bring in well-known speakers from around the world to talk about a certain message, usually with … [Read more...]

UPB host karaoke and nacho night

Maverick's Corner filled with laughter, and loud vocals as students took turns performing their favorite songs on the karaoke machine. The warm smell of nachos filled the atmosphere as 75 students stood in line to make themselves a plate. To end the first week of the semester, the University … [Read more...]

Progress is a process: MLK’s legacy 50 years later

50 years since the death of Martin Luther King Jr., Lasana O. Hotep, dean of Student Equity at Skyline College in San Bruno, California, delivered a lecture discussing economic injustice and King's legacy in Akin Auditorium on Jan. 22. To begin, Hotep explained what he believes is the root of … [Read more...]

New director of dining to set new goals to benefit students

The sound of fresh fruit blending and the warm smell of grilled chili lime chicken fill the air in Mesquite Dining Hall as chefs prepare for the spring semester under the leadership of the new director of dining hall services, Kevin Chafins. "I’ve been doing food service since I was 16 years old. … [Read more...]