EURECA goes to ASAT Conference

Three students from the English department presented their research papers at the annual ASAT Conference on Nov. 16 at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. “They are the first undergraduates in the 57 year history of the American Studies of Associate of Texas to present alongside with faculty members,” … [Read more...]

Cafeteria needs more healthy, tasty options, not the same ol’ sludge

During Spirit Days we are piled up into a room to talk about how great MSU is. In some cases, it is. Academic programs are exceptional. The Bruce and Graciela Redwine Student Wellness Center is filled with beneficial programs and services. Even the dorms are pretty decent for how old they are. But … [Read more...]

Friday Night Live is end-of-week party

The University Programming Board hosted its campus-wide end-of-the-week Homecoming party — Friday Night Live — Oct. 18 in the coliseum. “It gave students something else to do after the cardboard boat race since it ends pretty early,” Mario Ramirez, activities coordinator for student and development … [Read more...]

Choosing a Career and Major workshop ends series

The Counseling Center hosted a Choosing a Career and Major workshop in Sundance Court on Sept. 25, ending the first month of the four-part series of workshops. Licensed Professional Counselor Laurie Arnold, spoke of common misconceptions about majors and careers such as limited career choices in … [Read more...]

Great Day of Service Sept. 28

To get students involved while also giving them a better feel of the Wichita Falls area, the sixth annual Great Day of Service will take place on Sept. 28 at various locations around Wichita Falls. “Participating in the Great Day of Service gives students an opportunity to participate in service … [Read more...]

Academic workshop sessions begin

The Counseling Center held its Time Management workshop on Wednesday as part of a four-week series to enhance students' academic success. “We have been doing outreach sessions for academic issues for a number of years in the counseling center,” Vikkie Chaviers, MSU licensed counselor, said. “And … [Read more...]

Number of commuters increases on campus

This semester’s increased number of students residents housed at The Grove has caused commuter parking lots to fill up on campus and has been a hot-button issue among students. “I would estimate that right now during the peak hours we might reach about 90 percent of our parking capacity,” Dan … [Read more...]

Soccer team defeated in season opener

The soccer team lost 3-1 to the Fort Lewis College Skyhawks in the season opener Sept. 6. “We gave up four shots and they scored three,” Doug Elder, head soccer coach, said. “Also the ejection hurt too. We had to play with 10 men for about 35 minutes.” In the second half, B.A. Catney made the … [Read more...]