Contemporary Music Center program visits campus

College students from around the country can go to Nashville for one semester of their undergraduate career to work on music for four months. Students may participate in one of three tracks- artist, business or technical- which prepare them for careers within the industry. The “Final Exam” consists … [Read more...]

Shipley joins instagram

#FollowTheLeader -literally. This semester, Social media novice and University president Suzanne Shipley joined the Instagram community with four Instagram posts and 52 followers in just a few short weeks. Shipley, said, "I don't have the photo talents, but to me it's a non planned, … [Read more...]

Human vs Zombies takes over campus

A campus-wide game of tag, known as Humans vs. Zombies, is played at hundreds of universities across the nation. While there are basic rules for everyone to follow, each university designates moderators to adjust these rules for the individual campus. With 150 students participating, the game began … [Read more...]

More than 20 attend ‘drunk’ relay for Safe Spring Break

More than 20 students attended a drunk relay activity as part of Safe Spring Break, March 15 at 4 p.m. in the Killingsworth green space.Participants had to wear goggles, which simulated what it was like to be drunk,  while attempting various activities.Students partnered up to step-toe walk from the … [Read more...]

231 prospective students attend Mustangs Rally

Due to enforcement of the university's color scheme, various tables received new $1,500 vinyl banners at this year's Mustangs Rally held in D.L. Ligon Coliseum on March 5. In addition, 231 prospective students attended, participating in activities such as a tour of the campus, information on … [Read more...]

Cast joins 40 for a meet and greet

Roughly 40 students joined the Arts and Literature Society and the cast of Lysistrata for a behind-the-scenes conversation about this classic Greek comedy performance with a 1950s beachfront twist on March 5 at 5:30 p.m. in the Fain Fine Arts Center lobby. Karen Dabney, assistant professor of … [Read more...]

Black Excellence Gala exceeds expectations

Although organizers expected 100 guests to attend, attendance at the Black Excellence Gala surpassed 117 guests. Black History Month committee members recognized faculty members at the Gala as planned, along with one student was also recognized as a last-minute decision. Shayla Owens, business … [Read more...]

100 attendees expected at Black Excellence Gala

The Black Excellence Gala, to be held Feb. 27 at 8 p.m. at the Wichita Falls Museum of Art, will consist of songs, dinner, presentation of awards, and social activist keynote speaker Kwame Rose.Charles Frazier, athletic training senior, said, "There's a portion of the gala where attendees can get up … [Read more...]

Free HIV testing offered in attempt to raise awareness

Health Fair Final from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. caption id="attachment_28113" align="alignright" width="300"] Jesse Velasquez, Wichita Falls Health Department technician, holds an HIV awareness button at the HIV testing booth outside Shawnee Theatre in the CSC on Feb. 12. Photo by Rutth … [Read more...]