Cycling team to participate in Hotter N’ Hell race Aug. 29

A full weekend of events, the Hotter N’ Hell Hundred is known for its community-orientation and competitive edge. It will begin Aug. 29 and attract competitors from around the globe, including the university's own cycling team. Charlie Zamastil, director of the university cycling team, left his … [Read more...]

New SGA president looks to update bylaws, procedures

All successful politics require communication, preparation and respect on the part of its members. This applies to all levels of participation, especially in models like the Student Government Association where constituents and candidates are not only fellow students, but also friends. The desire to … [Read more...]

Rogers: Pavilion a success for Priddy, the arts

The Wichita Falls Museum of Art will host "Arts at the Pavilion" on May 15-16, a grand opening event for the new pavilion at Sikes Lake. Many community productions will be featured, from the Zavala Youth Ballet Folkloricao to the MSU Caribbean Pan Ensemble. Jesse Rogers, university president, … [Read more...]

Nurse-Family Partnership: preventing child abuse, neglect through education

As April, the National Child Abuse Prevention month, reaches its conclusion, the Nurse-Family Partnership will continue its mission of improved child care outside the spotlight. Clients of the NFP are taught the basic child-care and parenting skills. Nationally, the program exists in 43 states … [Read more...]

Petroleum geology, energy in the environment and liberal arts

Fall 2015 will mark the beginning of the Dillard Center for Energy Management and the Robert L. Bolin Graduate School of Petroleum Geology. For some students, there is some level of uncertainty as to what this means for the university's identity, especially for environmentalists and those who fear … [Read more...]

Moffett Library Special Collections Brief

April 15 at 3 p.m. a small celebration will be held in honor of Nolan A. Moore III's birthday in the Moffett Library Special Collections Room 215. The Collection features pieces like the Kelmscott Chaucer and an assortment of comics, cards, calendars, and ads. Its crown jewel, a printing press … [Read more...]

Student, Provost consider adding fall break

Suprena Poleon, chemistry senior and senator of the Caribbean Student Organization, may serve as the student voice in bringing changes to the academic calendar that will make the fall and spring semesters equally manageable for students. Members of the Redwine Honors Program and the President's … [Read more...]

Student government approves weekend shuttle service

With a unanimous vote, the Student Government Association approved the Mustangs Entertainment Shopping & Attractions route, or MESA, at its March 3 meeting. The bus route will serve as a weekend extension of the traditional Mustangs Shuttle with a trial run starting April 10. "I was really … [Read more...]

Williams to retire from Study Abroad

After 30 years of visiting Europe each summer, Larry Williams will travel with the Study Abroad Program, his legacy, for the last time. Williams said he won't miss the traveling as much as he will miss providing unforgettable experiences to students. "You can't memorize college," Williams said, … [Read more...]

Comfortable on the courts of law and basketball

                            In addition to a performance by poet and activist Odd?Rod on Feb. 26, students were audience to the works of five of MSU's own—including Brett Lincoln, mass … [Read more...]