Critical conversation discusses power of free speech

To discuss the legal and conceptual aspects of freedom of speech, the Office of Equity, Inclusion and Multicultural Affairs personnel brought a panel of faculty members to the critical conversations series program on Feb. 19 in the Legacy Multipurpose Room. The panel included Donovan … [Read more...]

ASO’s flower delivery signups wilted Feb. 13

To try something "exciting and new" and to fundraise for future events, the African Students Organization hosted a flower delivery service in the Clark Student Center on Feb. 12. Students paid $2 to members of ASO for them to deliver a Valentine's Day gram to the person of their choosing. Though … [Read more...]

UPB meeting discusses fun, future events

To discuss upcoming events in February, the University Programming Board held its bi-monthly meeting on Jan. 30. From hosting a Super Bowl party with the Residence Hall Association, to screening critically acclaimed film "Get Out" with the Office of Equity, Inclusion, and Multicultural Affairs, … [Read more...]

Satirical ‘Urinetown’ ‘ranks up there’ for musicians

Satirical. Funny. Entertaining. Poignant and Political. With 19 songs and a cast of about 20 college students, the production of "Urinetown: The Musical" began with rehearsals crowded around a piano Dec. 5. When choosing a musical, Dale Heidebrecht, director of choral studies and musical … [Read more...]

Health science dean candidate visits faculty Jan. 19

Light chatter from faculty members filled the Dillard lecture hall. A man in a navy suit stood by the podium with a remote in his hand, waiting to start his presentation. Tim Laurent, who has gone through the path of athletic trainer, faculty member, and administrator for 25 years, wants to … [Read more...]

New year, new student resolutions

With the beginning of a new year, Americans participate in creating personal goals aimed at bettering their physical health, character or both. These goals are referred to as "resolutions." This tradition is even carried on in college campuses. Flocks of students run to their respective school … [Read more...]

Late Night Scramble kicks off spring Stampede Week

Free food, games and a chance to meet old friends and make new ones. To kick off the semester with Stampede Week, university programming board, student involvement and various other sponsor members hosted a Late Night Scramble on Jan. 14 in the Legacy Multipurpose Room. "It's really good for … [Read more...]

EIMA gives thanks through celebrating inclusiveness

To create an inclusive event focused on gratitude, the Office of Equity, Inclusion and Multicultural Affairs staff co-sponsored the Give Thanks Celebration with Black Student Union, Organization of Hispanic Students, and East Asian Student Association on Nov. 29 in Comanche. "We host holiday … [Read more...]

Residence halls affected by water outage

Due to a water pipe on Louis J. Rodriguez Drive that was hit during contractor work, Legacy Hall, Sunwatcher Apartments and Sundance Court have experienced an unforeseen water outage. Kristi Schulte, director of residence life and housing, said she was notified of this event around 2:30 p.m. … [Read more...]

Chipotle fundraiser collects cash for Legacy Scholarship

After weeks of preparation and advertising through online publicity, flyers and word of mouth, Haleigh Wallace, mass communication senior, organized a Chipotle Mexican Grill fundraiser to continue the mass communication Legacy Scholarship on Nov. 6. Created in 2012, this scholarship is passed … [Read more...]