Clay wind chime craft allows students to relax

Cynthia Cummings, Clark Student Center special events coordinator, held her monthly craft class to allow students to relax before finals begin in three weeks. Participants made clay wind chimes in the Caddo Room in the Clark Student Center, April 18 and will continue April 19 from 2-4 … [Read more...]

Engineers use drone to map trees on campus

CHECK OUT THEIR MAPS The Engineers for a Sustainable World started a campus drone mapping project on March 30 to discover the number of trees on campus. The drone took off at McCoy Engineering Hall to map the entire campus on a pre-programmed flight. Suman Bhandari, mechanical engineering … [Read more...]

Ruth Morrow: the piano woman and marathon racer

Papers, books and folders piled 15 inches high all across the office with a only a small path to the desk and computer. At first glance, it's hard to even notice the two pianos in the office. Ruth Morrow sat at her desk with a wide grin across her face, ready to discuss the adventure she calls … [Read more...]

Stained glass class to continue March 25

Three Wichita Falls residents gathered at the Sikes Lake Center to begin creating their own unique Tiffany Copper Foil stained glass project on March 18, the first of the three sessions. The Continuing Education department offered the three-day class, taught by Cynthia Cummings, Clark Student Center … [Read more...]

Chi Omega donates $10K to Make-A-Wish

Chi Omega hosted the annual Swishes For Wishes basketball tournament on March 4 in the Bruce and Graciela Redwine Student Wellness Center as a part of their Wish Week festivities. Their proceeds were donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation to grant wishes to children with life-threatening … [Read more...]

Hometown Heroes wins kickball tournament

Down by one. Two outs in the top of the fifth inning. The Hometown Heroes have one final chance to beat its opponent, Kickball Team, while up to kick. After two errors from Kickball Team and a solid kick to the fence by Jared Maloney, criminal justice sophomore, the Hometown Heroes score … [Read more...]

Two students learn how to choose a career at counseling workshop

With only two students attending the Counseling Center's Academic Workshop: Choosing A Career and Major, in the Sundance Court meeting room on Feb. 15, almost all of the 40 available seats stayed empty during the event.   “It takes a lot for students to come to something extra when they are already … [Read more...]

Parking permit cost increases

It's universal.After all, students have to have something to complain about.Parking and the cafeteria.No matter how big or small the college campus, students always complain about the cost of parking and the quality of food in the cafeteria. But this past fall, students had a reason to complain as … [Read more...]

Nerdology tests students’ pop culture knowledge

The students anxiously awaited explanation of the next category: "Lists of Fury." The object of the category was to name 10 different courses offered at the fictional school, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.The room fell silent as the subtle murmurs of huddled teams competed only with the … [Read more...]