Student Government presidential elections April 8-12

Student Government Association elections run from April 8-12. I talked with the three candidates for president: Julia Brady, Jesse Brown and Marco Torres, to get some insight into the election. Why did you get into student government? "I would love to expand my leadership position," Julia … [Read more...]

Interview with Don Henschel

FOL Interview from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. RELATED STORIES Setting up Fantasy of Lights takes more than 600 hours 40 years of holiday cheer kicks off with three concerts Music of the Hardin bell tower Jesse Rogers' last turn at Fantasy of Lights Fantasy of Lights funded through … [Read more...]

Jesse Rogers’ last turn at Fantasy of Lights

Rogers FOL from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. With his tenure as president coming to an end, University President Jesse Rogers reflects on some of his first memories about the Fantasy of Lights. "When I moved here in 1967, as a young professor in chemistry, I had a small daughter and we actually … [Read more...]

Aramark give students a voice

Surveys from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. As the semester comes to an end, students aren't the only ones getting a final grade for the term. Aramark holds a student survey each semester for students to comment as well as have a chance to win some money. "They, every year and I think every … [Read more...]

Board approves upcoming construction

Regents from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. The Board of Regents met on Nov. 6-7 to vote on funding for upcoming campus initiatives, including new residence halls to open in the fall of 2016. The new residence halls were a big issue during the meeting as staff member Matthew Park, associate vice … [Read more...]

New residence halls being planned

New Dorms from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. To help with the increasing numbers of students living on campus, architects met on campus this week to finalize plans for new residence halls. "Looking at building an approximate 500-bed resident facility, it's going to be a more true residence … [Read more...]

Students give input on new residence halls

About a dozen students met with Treanor Architects Oct. 15 to share some of their thoughts on a new resident hall scheduled to open fall 2016 with architects. Their suggestions included having bunk beds, having a coffee shop that is open later and making sure lights don't go directly over … [Read more...]

Poet comes to campus to share his wisdom

Poetry from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. The English department hosted professional poet John Poch. John Poch, a poet, came to campus to share some of his wisdom with aspiring writers. Students appreciated what Poch had to offer and were grateful for his tips. Poch went on to share some … [Read more...]

Caribfest: 14 years of celebration

Caribfest from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. The Caribfest celebrated 14 years with a launch to kickoff the festivals Sept. 20, and two new faces were in charge. "Every year the positions are filled by different persons in the organization," Rhea Durand, senior in chemistry, says. "This year … [Read more...]

Timing of flu season unpredictable

Flu season is coming from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. Flu season is around the corner, but not every student gets a shot such as those offered at the Vinson Health Center late this fall. "I don't," Rystal Basten, sophomore in criminal justice, says. Some students say they feel as though … [Read more...]