Model UN takes NYC

My week in New York City with the Model U.N. team is a week I will never forget. Before leaving for The Big Apple, I was more anxious than excited. My major is mass communication, where I study things like social media trends, targets audiences for advertising and how to make short films, so as I’m … [Read more...]

What it is like being a Christian in college

Being a Christian in college is not always easy. My whole life, my faith has been the central piece of me, and it is on the basis of faith that I have made most of my decisions. Most people look at Christians and automatically label us as "judgmental," when really our faith calls us to love all, and … [Read more...]

‘Thieves’ stole my pride

You never know how you are going to handle something until you are put in that situation. In the moments where we are tested, we learn about ourselves, and a lot of times we are surprised. I have been in numerous situations since high school where I have been humbled in a sense that I found out that … [Read more...]

Football’s journey to the playoffs

Three seconds.In just three seconds, the team thought its season was over. The game against Eastern New Mexico University on Nov. 12 decided whether or not the Mustangs would be conference champions, or potentially put an end to their season. In the final seconds of the game, the Greyhounds scored … [Read more...]

Students participate in the Jared Box Project

For most, the holidays are a time of joy and celebration. Children run downstairs to find presents under a decorated tree, and a scent of cookies and peppermint in the air. But not all children are so fortunate. For some, the holidays are spent in a hospital bed, eating a meal prepared by the … [Read more...]

Hillary Clinton first female on major party ticket

It first happened in 1872, but not without controversy, when Victoria Woodhull became the first female to run for president of the United States. It took almost another 140 years for a female to reach the top of a major party presidential ticket and to become the first female at the top of a major … [Read more...]

Smooth sailing and ship wrecks at cardboard boat race

The setting sun reflected off the water of Sikes Lake where 17 teams were lined up with their various cardboard boats on the evening of Oct. 28. Get ready, get set, go! Splash! The boats entered the water. A few teams took an early lead, while others could barely get off the shore. The crowd of … [Read more...]

Football continues winning streak over Angelo State

At halftime the score was 21-0. It looked like an MSU rout. Then with 11:10 in the third, ASU Rams scored. 21-7. Then with 2:43 in the third, ASU scored. 21-14. The with 8:45 in the fourth, ASU scored. 21-21. Finally, with 16 seconds left in the game, MSU scored. 28-21, continuing the team's … [Read more...]

Clowns ‘seen’ on campus

Halloween came early this year, but instead of the usual good fun the holiday normally brings, this spooky season has had a few more tricks than treats.Across the nation, clown sightings have been reported starting in late August in South Carolina, and spreading to at least 39 other states, … [Read more...]

Women’s soccer handed first conference loss by Texas A&M-Commerce

The women’s soccer team fell short to Texas A&M-Commerce on Oct. 2, resulting in the team’s first conference game loss as well as ending a six-game win streak. The Lady Lions scored early in the first half to make the score 0-1, and no further goals were scored for the rest of the game.“We were … [Read more...]