Fain College adds new mass communication wing

The Fain College of Fine Arts received approval in February to add a new wing to the college for the mass communication department.Jim Sernoe, chair of the mass communication department, said he has been trying to get the mass communication its own facilities for about five years. "We've been … [Read more...]

12 oral research presentations recognized

During  intermission at Thursday night's Wind Ensemble concert, Provost Betty Stewart and Vice President Robert Clark recognized 56 researchers from the Undergraduate Research and Creativity Forum, including researchers that presented 13 oral presentations.Wadzanai Dzvurumi, marketing senior, and … [Read more...]

Suicide prevention training hits close to home

For Payroll Director Kathy Rice, last week's training on suicide prevention hit close to home. With teary eyes and Kleenex in hand, she expanded on her personal experiences with this topic."I've been thinking about [QPR training] a lot because I had a nephew that committed suicide. It's important … [Read more...]

Counselors: Nothing is off limits

Tucked away at the corner of Hampstead and Louis J. Rodriguez Drive is the Counseling Center, director Pam Midgett, and certified counselors to help students with a variety of issues.“We like to say that there is really nothing that a person would want to talk about that impacts their personal life … [Read more...]

Alumni partipate in first Maroon vs. Gold game

Joey Greenwood, director of recreational sports and the Wellness Center, coordinated a 7-on-7 alumni game at the Maroon vs. Gold football game on April 9. Alumni who graduated as early as last year, to graduates from as far back as 1997 came out to participate.Greenwood said he set up a MSU football … [Read more...]

Residence hall staff offers ‘Mocktails’ during spring break safety week

Part of Spring Break Safety Week, the Killingsworth residence hall staff hosted a "mocktails" game night on March 14. Modeled after the "tower of power," starting on the second floor, each resident assistant in Killingsworth Hall chose a typical drinking game, but used sparking cider or water … [Read more...]

Counseling center offers tips for taming test anxiety

Reagan Foster, counselor, held her third annual "Taming Your Test Anxiety" workshop on March 7. About 31 students were packed closely together in Sundance third floor meeting room, a turn out Foster said was better than previous years. "The one earlier in the semester, nobody showed up," said … [Read more...]

PRIDE to host a speed-friending event

Similar to speed-dating, People Respecting Identity Diversity for Everyone will host its first speed-friending event on March 3 in CSC Cheyenne at 4 p.m.This event is free and an opportunity for anyone who is looking to make new friends. Tables will be set up for people to sit across from each other … [Read more...]

Eight students show case talent at Feb. 18 show

Students filed in, chattering amongst each other as they took their seats while music blasted through the speakers. Laughter began to fill CSC Comanche as comedian, Ronnie Jordan, took the stage and cracked a few jokes. The Black Student Union and the University Programming Board hosted their third … [Read more...]