Dining services leaves much to be desired

The new dining contract has brought with it a new way to eat at the Mesquite Dining Hall. One of the biggest changes is the buffet-style serving, a change from previous years where students could only get one entree at a time. The buffet-style serving may take some time to get used to but overall … [Read more...]

Womens sports focus of new book

REVIEW Many Beginnings: A History of Women in Sports at Midwestern State University by Sherry Ann Gill Gillespie with Karen K. Rogers explores the account of women’s athletics since the start of the university. It takes you year by year through the decades and provides a play-by-play of each … [Read more...]

Geology Department gets 535-million-year-old rock

The geology department has recently added a new rock to its collection. A big, old rock. “Rocky," a rock believed to be from southern Oklahoma, is approximately 535 million years old. “I can only imagine what that rock has seen. If only it had eyes,” said Bill McGregor, geology senior. It … [Read more...]

Conference builds leadership skills

The weCONNECT Leadership Conference will take place on Feb. 21 in the Clark Student Center. The conference is designed to help student leaders build skills that they can take back to their own organizations and campuses. Jessica Pettitt, social justice speaker and consultant, will be the … [Read more...]

Lecture series comes to Dillard

The Streich Family Lecture Series will be presented Feb. 19 at 11 a.m. in the Dillard College of Business Administration room 101. John Marthinsen, professor of economics and international business at Babson College, will speak about offshoring jobs and the possible pros and cons that accompany … [Read more...]