Youth Symphony concert Nov.15

The Wichita Falls Youth Symphony Orchestra will play in Akin Auditorium on Sunday, Nov. 15 at 3 p.m., under the direction of Susan Harvey, music department chair, and Gina Menden, director for the string orchestra. The Youth Symphony Orchestra will play music by Coldplay, Tchaikovsky, Puccini, Verdi … [Read more...]

Counseling Center to offer variety of free workshops

The Counseling Center will host a four-day workshop series to help guide students on their academic paths. "We have these workshops because academic counseling is one of three major areas we try to cover in the Counseling Center," Vikki Chaviers, licensed professional counselor, said. The first … [Read more...]

Social media helps to secure MSU brand

Social media has the power to influence lives, and has changed the way university officials do business. Departments and colleges across campus have implemented the use of social media tools to stay relevant, as well as to keep the public informed. Social media gives the university a way to promote … [Read more...]

Upgrades made to Protho-Yeager’s computer lab

Within the last few weeks, computer technicians changed and upgraded the computer lab in Protho-Yeager's Bea Wood Hall. Technicians have re-imaged the computers and have addressed technical problems that plagued users in the past. However, the computer lab is no longer considered open-access to … [Read more...]

Fun in Wichita Falls: Symphony to meld music and acrobatic performances

The Wichita Falls Symphony Orchestra will open its first concert of the season with Cirque de la Symphonie, on Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. at the Wichita Falls Memorial Auditorium on 7th and Broad. "Cirque de la Symphonie will meld together music and acrobatic performances, as well as aerial flyers, … [Read more...]

Arts & Literature Society to discuss book-banning Oct. 2

The Arts & Literature Society is raising awareness of censorship and banned books to students in honor of Banned Books Week which runs from Sept. 28 to Oct. 3. The president of the Arts & Literature Society, Arielle Martin, marketing senior, wants people to know about the problem with … [Read more...]

Creative writing courses open up imagination

Students interested in creative writing now have the opportunity to take courses within the field and work alongside John Schulze, assistant professor of English.  Schulze is the author of Fertile Ground: A Novel, and has written short works of fiction, poetry and articles. In a consumer-based … [Read more...]

200 discuss importance of liberal arts education

The first Faculty Forum event earlier this month at Shawnee Theatre greeted a full house. More than 200 students packed the theater to listen to a discussion by panelists from different colleges about the value of a liberal arts education.  The major topics of the evening included defining the … [Read more...]

Panel to discuss value of liberal arts

To clarify the meaning of a liberal arts education, Todd Giles will moderate a panel at 7 p.m., Sept. 10 in Shawnee Theatre. "My hope is that this panel will foster more public discussion on campus about MSU's COPLAC (Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges) mission and the value of a strong … [Read more...]