Alternative spring break allows students to give back

As students are adjusting to life after spring break, some students spent their vacation giving back to the Wichita Falls community. From March 11 to March 13 several students pursuing different careers, classifications and ethnicities participated in an alternative spring break program … [Read more...]

Education career fair brings opportunities

Texas school districts present job options, give career advice Education majors recieved face-to-face meetings with possible employeers Friday at the Education Career Fair. More than 20 representatives from different locations in Texas participated to recruit and offer advice to education … [Read more...]

‘Bring on the Jazz!’

Multicultural services ends Black History Month, highlighting the history of jazz With echoing sounds of guitars, drums and a smooth piano, Multicultural Services ended Black History Month festivities with a celebration of jazz music. Saturday students, faculty and members of the Wichita … [Read more...]

Swag Rodney Jones puts a new spin on swag

Alpha Kappa Alpha speaker discusses how to bring swag to the workplace Swag. On Feb. 22, Rodney S. Jones put his own flavor on the definition by explaining to students how to convey their own swag in the work place by finding their inner-CEO. Brought to Midwestern by the Alpha Kappa Alpha … [Read more...]

$1.7 million given to fund McCoy

Board of Regents approve expansion construction project Friday Due to increased enrollment in mechanical engineering, larger classrooms, new laboratory rooms and faculty offices will be added to the McCoy School of Engineering building as a result of a gift approved by the Board of Regents last … [Read more...]

History of gospel music examined

Black history month continues with gospel, dance celebration On Thursday night as part of MSU’s Black History month activities, the Multicultural Services held a “Gospel Music and Dance Extravaganza” in Clark Student Center’s the Comanche Suite. Spectators were treated to first the … [Read more...]

Keeping the faith

Monday Night Cru continues to inspires college youth Cru, formerly known as Campus Crusade for Christ, is a non-denominational Christian group geared towards converting students into leaders for Christ. Cru was formed on the fundamental principles to encourage students everywhere to embrace … [Read more...]

Student development seeks employees

Applications are being accepted for student ambassador and peer counselor positions The Student Development and Orientation Office is seeking applicants for the position of student ambassador and spirit days peer counselor. Student ambassadors and student peer counselors promote the University to … [Read more...]

Students open NAACP chapter

New multicultural group promotes unity The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is set and ready to be re-launched on campus. NAACP is the oldest and largest civil rights group in America.  Since its establishment at Midwestern, the group has held several debates on … [Read more...]

Students, faculty celebrate MLK and Human Rights Week

Student Development embraces volunteerism On the break of National Day of Service, the Multicultural Services have organized a week of events to celebrate Martin Luther King Day. The event entitled “Human Rights Week 2013, Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.” offers various avenues for … [Read more...]