‘Biggest turnout’ expected at bonfire

As tradition goes, the annual homecoming bonfire will commence on Thursday, Oct. 29 at 9:15 p.m. in the parking lots by D.L. Ligon Coliseum. Each year, MSU students are asked to donate their college T-shirts from other schools to be burned in the bonfire in exchange for an exclusive MSU bonfire … [Read more...]

Homecoming activities to begin Monday

Lip sync. Torchlight parade. Bonfire. Cardboard boat race. Bubble soccer. Just a few of the events of the most anticipated week of the year — homecoming. “We start planning months beforehand. We’ve already had four meetings with the student organizations that are registered,” Mario Ramirez, … [Read more...]

New theater professor makes directorial debut

The theater department will take audiences into the world of Dungeons and Dragons with the first fall play: She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen. This will be the debut of Karen Dabney’s direction, new assistant professor of theater. “Because it’s my first show, there’s this whole momentum of … [Read more...]

Slight increase in enrollment brings positivity to faculty

Enrollment increased nearly three percent as 169 more students enrolled at Midwestern State University than last fall, yet not keeping up with growth at other Texas schools. Still, officials say things are finally looking up for Midwestern State University. From 2010 to 2013, total student … [Read more...]

Sorority recruitment an emotional rollercoaster

Recruitment is the most exciting month of every sorority girl's life (and yes, I said month). We practice every day for almost a month straight, learning door chants, pref songs, and how to talk to a PNM (potential new member) properly. But I'm not going to lie, I questioned my sanity too many times … [Read more...]