Sunny smiles keep clouds away

Amiss the rain, stress of school and hardship of life, the sounds of laughter through red faces where one looked turns a cloudy day into a brighter one. Comedian Francisco Ramos preformed in front a crowd of around thirty-six people. "It's good to see people come when it was raining, or when they … [Read more...]

Board of Regents members raise parking fees, change housing plans

The Board of Regents members met in the J.S. Bridwell Board Room in Hardin Hall as part of their regular, two-day, spring meeting. VIEW LIVE STREAM HERE. Football Stadium — Kyle Williams, interim athletic director, stated that the plan is still in the infant stage and the number of cost is going … [Read more...]

Sickness hits softball team

Though the girl's softball team has been performing well— holding a 6-6 record— they were hit with a troubling grand slam: sickness. Conditions on campus have spilled onto the playing field, taking players out with two cases of strep throat and three cases of the flu. With only nine girls for seven … [Read more...]

RHA wants to expand its membership

Walking into the Legacy Multipurpose Room filled with chairs and tables, light music playing in the background, the Residence Hall Association started its informal meeting at 8 p.m. The meeting began with each RHA member present introducing themselves to those who came. After they introduced … [Read more...]

Few attend inauguration watch party

The inauguration watch party was anything but a party —with 96 chairs available, most were empty throughout the live-streamed inauguration of President Donald Trump. The party was held in Comanche starting at 8 a.m. ending at 2 p.m. by the Office of Student Development and Orientation. Jackson … [Read more...]

Elementary school choirs sing at Fantasy of Lights

Lights are on, get them ready. On the steps, at Hardin. It's a cute little sight, the children singing tonight. Jack Frost nipping at their nose. The children of Fain, Wichita Falls Independent School District, Ben Milam Elementary School choirs warmed up the chilly night at 6 p.m. with Christmas … [Read more...]

PRIDE to host 5K run/walk on World AIDS Day

People Respecting Identity Diversity for Everyone is hosting a 5K run/walk on World AIDS Day on Dec.1 on Sikes Lake trail at 2-5 p.m. The free run/walk is open to students, faculty, and staff with all donations going towards the cure of HIV and AIDS. PRIDE welcomes all to come give support and have … [Read more...]

SGA reps discuss First-Year Experience,Comprehensive Campaign

The Student Government Association started its meeting on Nov.15 with guest speaker Kristen Garrison, associate vice president for undergraduate education and assessment. Garrison introduced the First-Year Experience model created by the First-year Task Force, made up of members representing … [Read more...]

Lip Sync battle over with traveling trophy staying home

The Lip Sync three finalist teams performed during the bonfire show on stage at the Nocona trail south parking lot. People stood packed in the lot stretching out from the stage to the bonfire itself, roughly 100 yards. The first place team, Chi Omega/Sigma Alpha Epsilon, started the event with their … [Read more...]

Students back national Republican trends on immigration

"We have to build a wall, folks." Donald Trump, presidential candidate, said. "We have to build a wall."Students disagree.Mass deportation of illegal immigrants. No way, Jose.Give immigrants a chance to become legal citizens. Students are all for it. However the survey showed that immigration was … [Read more...]