Pentatonix delivers anticipated performance

Students anxiously stood outside Akin Auditorium Tuesday night awaiting the performance that sold out in early January. A tour bus with covered windows is parked outside housing the anticipated performers. The room fills to maximum capacity within moments of opening the entrance with seating on a … [Read more...]

Holiday Trimmings program kicks off at Wellness Center

Students, faculty and staff can get a kick-start on healthy new year's resolutions by participating in the holiday trimmings program at the Wellness Center. “This is the time of year that people set personal health goals,” Greenwood said. “We hope to provide people with a healthy lifestyle change … [Read more...]

Lights exhibit opens Friday; features new displays

Community members and students will gather around the front lawn of the Hardin Administration Building for the MSU-Burns Fantasy of Lights opening ceremony Dec. 6 which will showcase the first two additions to the display in almost 10 years. “It really comes full circle for me because I’m from … [Read more...]

United Regional conserves water despite lack of restrictions

With lake levels declining and the city at the beginning of the stage 4 drought emergency, even high-priority facilities such as United Regional Health Care System are finding ways to conserve water despite the lack of restrictions from city officials. “The City of Wichita Falls has not entered … [Read more...]

Student rises to the occasion as new assistant stage manager for Wiley and the Hairy Man

Seated back stage in the dark during another night of rehearsal for Wiley and the Hairy Man, junior in theater, Rachel Bullard, has only a small desk light to allow her to see her notes in the prop book at her work station. “I was kind of thrown into this position right before production as … [Read more...]

Counseling Center hosts ‘World Kindness Day,’ students make cards

Although several people around the world celebrated World Kindness Day, the staff at the Counseling Center hosted its own event yesterday at Clark Student Center to help students share their compassion for others. “We were interested in this particular day because in the Counseling Center, we … [Read more...]

Art Express exhibit opens today

The Wichita Falls Museum of Art will be hosting the Art Express reception featuring the train collection of Jim Hughes on Nov. 8 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. “Nowadays kids don’t know what a train set is, but they sure do enjoy them,” Hughes said. This will be the eighth time the Art Express has been … [Read more...]

Empty Bowls program raises funds for needy

Community members and students were invited to a reception held at the Wichita Falls Museum of Arts for the 2013 Empty Bowls Ceramics Exhibit on Oct. 10. Empty Bowls is a community-wide program to help the local Food Bank raise money for the growing hunger issue in Wichita Falls. “Empty Bowls … [Read more...]

Dr. Drew brings more than 400 to Akin Auditorium

Television and radio personality Drew Pinsky, better known as Dr. Drew, attracted more than 400 attendees in Akin Auditorium on Sept. 26 during his presentation about addictive behaviors on college campuses and relationship advice for the first event of the Artist-Lecture Series. “I like talking … [Read more...]

Artist-Lecture Series to feature Dr. Drew Pinksy

Radio and television personality Drew Pinsky, better known as Dr. Drew, will share his expertise in relationships and addictive behaviors during the first event of the Artist-Lecture Series in Akin Auditorium on Sept. 26. Board-certified Pinsky earned his fame as a practicing physician by … [Read more...]