Music Series makes audience feel ‘intimate’ with perfomers

Bringing world class music to the students and faculty at MSU and to the community of Wichita Falls is the goal of the Music Series at Akin Auditorium. Having started in the spring of 2012, the fall 2016 program featured Jennifer Koh on violin and Shai Wosner on piano. Koh has performed for both … [Read more...]

Mustangs beat UT Permian Basin in Homecoming game

MSU’s Homecoming game against UT Permian Basin on Oct. 29 proved to be a chance of redemption for many of the players following the 35-27 loss to West Texas A&M on Oct. 22,the team’s first and only loss of the season.“It’s a lot better feeling than last week. We really came focused and ready to … [Read more...]

Family Weekend game postponed; Mustangs win

Heading 2-0 into the first home game of the season, the Mustangs left the field on Sunday night with a victory of 42-24 against Oklahoma Panhandle State. Due to lightning warnings on Saturday night, the game was called at 7:22 p.m. on Saturday and postponed until Sunday at 5 p.m. Safety Daniel … [Read more...]

New vice president hopes to ‘build upon hard work’

After moving from Virginia to Texas, vice president of University Advancement and Public Affairs Tony Vidmar is working to make higher education more affordable. Beginning his new position in the summer, he is extending the legacy of his grandparents, who immigrated to the United States to help his … [Read more...]