Students participate in intramural basketball

Intramural sports open up a door for students who enjoy competing in sports, interacting with peers and spectating games to gather in a location and share their common interests. Students create their team whether it be all men, all women or co-ed, and they show up at the wellness center to compete … [Read more...]

Pets are friends, not property

Whether you adopt, buy or come by it happenstance, giving a home to an animal is a huge responsibility. You become their lifeline and owning a pet is not something that should be taken lightly. I've seen students who live in a dorm or an on-campus apartment with puppies who know the rules … [Read more...]

Agribusiness added to fall curriculum

Agribusiness is a new concentration being introduced and implemented in the economics department within the Dillard College of Business Administration this upcoming fall 2018 semester. Students enrolling in the new agribusiness classes will be trained to do the managerial and business aspects … [Read more...]

Campus athletic trainer works worldwide with national team

She does everything. If any athlete on the volleyball or softball team is sick, she directs the girls where to go. Sprains, concussions, injuries of all kinds. She tends to them all, she has to. Between the hours spent as an assistant athletic trainer on campus working with the softball and … [Read more...]

Art department hosts state-wide high school art show

Some 300 works of art by high school students were submitted from 15 different high schools as part of the 27th Annual MSU High School Art Show hosted by the art department. "Usually 100 to 150 people come," Gary Goldberg, professor of art and gallery director, said. "It's heavily high school … [Read more...]

Lunch with the Stang-Gang

The bi-weekly luncheon with athletic donors, supporters and coaches, including a discussion of season standings and general sports talk, had a turnout of 15 people on Jan. 30. Kyle Williams, director of athletics, said Lunch with the Mustangs has been a continuous event for 16 years and is … [Read more...]

Fine arts building set to be renovated

To comply with the American Disabilities Act and fire marshal regulations, so students, faculty and visitors with disabilities can reach classrooms, offices and restrooms, the Fain College of Fine Arts is undergoing renovations to accommodate for such needs. In 2013, the fire marshal came to … [Read more...]