Commuters face the drought

Dry, thirsty soil haunt a student's drive as he makes his way from Iowa Park to school. Rain seems as far as his daily commute, but there is no sign it is coming. About 77 percent of the campus commute just like him from cities that purchase water from Wichita falls. The city  is in stage three of … [Read more...]

Play rescheduled; begins Dec. 6

The theater department is preparing to do makeup performances Dec. 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.m. for the play "Wiley and the Hairy Man" after some of the original performances were canceled due to weather. “We weren’t sure we were going to have make up performances,” Zac Jackson, a junior in theater … [Read more...]

Finals Frenzy activities Dec. 5

A student makes his way from Pierce Hall to the Dillard College of Business to get a tall coffee from Starbucks. He has been studying for five hours straight. Pressure to do well from his parents and teachers has caused anxiety and stress to consume him. Finals are here. The University … [Read more...]

Torchlight Parade begins Thursday at 9 p.m.

    Continuing a long tradition, the Torchlight Parade, which leads into the bonfire, is Oct. 17 at 9 p.m behind Killingsworth Hall. "That’s something I hope never dies," Roland Hannah, junior in business management said. “[The] tradition carries a lot of weight, and without it … [Read more...]

Hamilton and Weeks park tennis centers are giving students fun things to do.

Hamilton and Weeks Park Tennis centers are hosting a major zone tournament Oct.12 and the head professionals are hoping for college students to come. “We’re so close to campus that people could walk over here,” Bobby Hagerman, head tennis professional of weeks park tennis center, said. The … [Read more...]

Students react to federal government shut down

The government officially shut down Oct.1 after House Republicans and Senate Democrats could not reach an agreement on funding for the Affordable Care Act and other government funds, sending 800,000 workers home until lawmakers can come to a decision. “The House of Representatives are solely to … [Read more...]

Homecoming nominees must meet new requirements

Homecoming nominees must meet new requirements this year if they expect to take the crown due to alleged cheating that took place during last year's elections. “This is a test pilot year,” Phillip Mundine, senior in mass communication and by-law co-chair said. Last year, nominees from Sigma … [Read more...]