Vinson Health Center to begin partnership with First Step Domestic Abuse Treatment Center

To provide gender-based violence counseling for students, faculty and staff, administrators created a partnership with First Step Domestic Abuse Treatment Center and Vinson Health Center. Staff members will be on campus eight hours a week, and will be available at all times even off campus. “It was … [Read more...]

Researchers develop parking app

In the corner of the atrium, five mechanical engineering students stood by their EURECA poster presentation: MSU Smart Parking System. As students and faculty stopped to learn about poster number 23, the well-dressed engineers eagerly explained their research, overpowering the fact that they had … [Read more...]

Student-produced one-act plays end spring semester

Seven theater seniors wrapped up their spring semester with student-produced one-act plays on April 15-16 and 22-23 as part of their graduation requirements. In the Bea Wood Studio Theatre, directors presented their plays to 400 attendees, raising $2,000.All profits made from the plays went back to … [Read more...]

REVIEW:Theater presents two weekends of student-produced one-act plays

As part of requirements for graduation, seven theater seniors individually produced one-act plays that they presented to the public on the weekends of April 15 and 22. Seniors were supposed to use all the skills they have learned up to this point and incorporate them into the play they chose to … [Read more...]

Seniors direct student-produced one-act plays

As part of their graduation requirements, seven theater seniors direct and produce a series of one-act plays. Since Feb. 6, directors held auditions and from there, began working on their plays to present as the last production of the year, a series that continues April 22."Everything that we should … [Read more...]

119 prospective students attend health sciences and human services Discover MSU

The final Discover MSU event showcased health sciences and human services on March 11. Prospective students were able to visit the simulation center, and took part in hands-on learning experiences for fields like radiology and dental hygiene."Health sciences has a very distinct advantage that … [Read more...]

Prospective students attend Discover MSU education showcase

Discover MSU continued with its second to last showcase March 4 in Clark Student Center with some 35 prospective education students. Students took part in a Q&A, career fair and got to visit a school to see the kind of environment they would do their clinical teaching. "This is a tight-knit … [Read more...]

Governor appoints new Board members

New members of the Board of Regents were appointed by Gov. Greg Abbott to take the positions of Michael Bernhardt and Kenneth Bryant as their six-year term expired on Feb. 25. The new members, Warren Ayres and Shelley Sweatt, will attend their first Board of Regents meeting in May along with … [Read more...]

Social reform: It starts with a conversation

In the corner of the food court, three students sat around a table decorating yellow cards with words that best described who they were. In that moment, they were not thinking about a label or stereotype that others may put them under. This activity encouraged the students to forget about what … [Read more...]

Enrollment numbers increase for spring semester

SPRING ENROLLMENTOfficial reports confirmed Feb. 10 that enrollment increased by approximately 3 percent, the fourth consecutive semester of increases.Keith Lamb, vice president of student affairs and enrollment management, estimated this 3 percent increase. Although numbers increased from 5,574 … [Read more...]