Students shape boundaries with play

Love, deceit, passion and a little sexual content graced MSU’s Bea Wood Studio Theatre last week. Under the direction of Brandon Smith, the theatre department gave an excellent production of Neil LaBute’s The Shape of Things. This unconventional play only has four characters, but the small … [Read more...]

Clearing the air after ‘Puck Furple’ column

One would think that a story about tuition being raised or MSU possibly going through a name change would cause an uproar. Last week, those front page stories were completely disregarded by most. For some strange reason, the column I wrote about my “Puck Furple” sign being taken away at a … [Read more...]

Students kept from showing school spirit

Sporting events at MSU are nothing like a Division One school, to say the least. Monday night’s men and women’s basketball games were a different story. Unfortunately, students were forced to contain their school spirit due to unexplainable reasons. I was one of those students. Three … [Read more...]

Valentine’s Day on a budget

Whether you like it or not, Valentine’s day is just around the corner. If you’re like most people, January’s paycheck is going back to paying off credit card bills from those gifts you couldn’t afford for Christmas. To make matters worse,  Valentine’s Day is during the middle of the month and … [Read more...]

Kiwanis Club serves up flapjacks and fun

Thousands of people attend the 56th annual pancake festival. Sticky fingers and buttery hot cakes filled J.S. Bridwell Agricultural Center last Saturday for the University Kiwanis Club’s annual Pancake Festival. The aroma of pancake batter was overflowing and could be smelled throughout the … [Read more...]


To have and to hold...for 72 days. The fit for television romance of Kim Kardashian and Kris Hump-what’s-his-name, has ended. Although the marriage was destined to end, I was surprised at how soon it did. Everyone, from her sisters to the lady at the local pharmacy counter, knew this would … [Read more...]

Chris Brown gives R-rated performance

R& B singer and good-boy-gone bad  Chris Brown performed at Gexa Energy Pavilion last Friday in Dallas. I was in attendance with my 17-year-old sister for her upcoming birthday. We’ve been on “Team Breezy” since his Run It days and we’re still “Team Breezy,” despite his multiple run-ins with … [Read more...]

Country in the Falls

Wichita Falls will be playing host this year for big country artist. Nightlife scenes will showcase some of the hottest country stars to bring the spotlight to Falls town. Here are a few of the upcoming show.   Denim & Diamonds Pat Green Oct. 13 Green is a Texas native who’s … [Read more...]

Art C.A.M.P. finds treasure in recyclables

Art C.A.M.P. has been done the impossible – it has turned trash to treasure. Art C.A.M.P., or Core Art Media Productions, is a two-day activity that begins at the start of every school year. This event brings together artists of all classifications at MSU. “This is a great way for artists … [Read more...]

2011 MTV’S VMA Awards highlights

MTV rolled out the black carpet for the 28th annual Video Music Awards at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles last Sunday. As usual, the event brought out Hollywood’s hottest celebrities and their eye-popping fashions. Although MTV chose to opt out on a host this year, there were plenty of … [Read more...]