UPB craft craze helps students take a break

Some 50 students gathered in the Atrium for University Programming Board Craft Craze Jan. 17 to help take away the stress of the first week of classes. Adviser Ruby Arriaga said the craft craze went well. "It went really good surprisingly," Arriaga said. "I guess because it's crafts and … [Read more...]

‘The Post’ engages, inspires audiences

The Academy Awards are approaching and that signals the release of movies slated to be nominated, including the film “The Post.” “The Post” tells the story of The Washington Post publishing top secret government information given to them by a third party regarding the government’s involvement in … [Read more...]

Board scales back plans for new health sciences building

  Board members approved revised design and budgetary plans for the news health sciences and human services building on at a special meeting Dec. 13. After budgetary problems plagued the new health sciences building, administrators met with the construction manager and architect to review … [Read more...]

Jesse Brown moves from campus leader to city leader

Withdraws from county election Jesse Brown is more than just a coordinator of student organizations and leadership programming. He's also a city councilor, former student regent, former student government president — and now, a former candidate for county treasurer. After announcing his … [Read more...]

Traditions contribute to campus life

From its beginnings in 1922 as a junior college housed within a high school building, Midwestern State University has become a campus of 255 acres and 70 buildings. The university offers a variety of academic programs in liberal and fine arts, mathematics, sciences, business and applied sciences. … [Read more...]