Cross-country women place fourth at home invitational

It's the last lap of the second 3,000 meter loop and the girls are nearing the finish line. For some runners this is their last opportunity make the top 10 runners go to the Lone Star Conference Championships in Stephenville Oct. 26. "I am pleased with the effort from the girls this meet," … [Read more...]

Can they really validate everything?

OUR VIEW: Although Student Government Association has made changes to how the election process works, they are still missing the key factor of validity. Four years ago, the election process was very different. Those that were here remember the "election scandal" that occurred. It was full of … [Read more...]

About 1,400 attend Family Day

Before the rain set in, approximately 1,400 people had attend Family Day events on campus, including everything from free ice cream to group photos in costume to movies and juggler and entertainer. … [Read more...]

Sophomore named Miss CaribFest 2015

At the 2015 CaribFest Pageant, Jorrey Martin, special education sophomore, was named Miss CaribFest 2015. The pageant was held in Akin Auditorium and started at 7:25 p.m. and was about a quarter of the way full with about 100 people, but was almost a full house by the end of it with close to 300 … [Read more...]

Cycling team places third at nationals

The cycling team placed third at the USA Cycling Collegiate Track Racing National  Championships at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, this past weekend. Cycling coach Charlie Zamastil said they went in expecting to do pretty well, considering they had been in the top five … [Read more...]

Soccer coach beats past record of 221 wins

Doug Elder isn't new to coaching soccer. After all, he just started his 16th season with MSU. And before coaching college soccer, he coached 15 years with the Olympic Development Program, working with high school kids in Houston. But in the game against Southern Nazarene University Sept. 10, … [Read more...]

60 people turnout to a $2,000 event

Sixty students came out and played a game of Bongo Ball Sept. 8, in the quad from 1-7 p.m., hosted by the University Programming Board, who paid Cutting Edge Productions to run the event. "The event was good besides the weather, I'm sweating just from walking around a bit. I slid a little over … [Read more...]

Chi-Omega #Swishes4Wishes Basketball Tournament

Chi-Omega hosted a charity basketball tournament, Swishes for Wishes, on Saturday, March 28. Kim Sheelhan, nursing junior and member of Chi-Omega, said the tournament coincides with Wish Week to raise money for the Make a Wish Foundation. "Swishes for Wishes is a fundraiser for the Make a Wish … [Read more...]

Committee meets to allocate student fees

The Student Fee Allocation Committee met March 26 - 27 to allocate the $15.50 that each student pays in Student Service Fees. Photos by Francisco Martinez   . … [Read more...]

Gallery: Fantasy of Lights 2014

The MSU-Burns Fantasy of Lights opening ceremony Monday night in the front lawn of the Hardin Administration Building. The Fantasy of Lights has individual displays with themes or characters from children's stories, fairy tales and holiday themes. The Fantasy of Lights display opened early this … [Read more...]