Students shown new perspective on renewable energy

Clean, renewable energy is not a new or revolutionary idea. The concept of renewable energy has been quantified, researched and advanced for more than 100 years since the invention of the battery in 1912, but the world still relies heavily on oil and liquid gas. According to Edith Newton Wilson, … [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...]

Dallas Poetry Slam Team to perform downtown Feb. 18

The Dallas Poetry Slam Team will be performing a two-hour feature on Feb. 18 at 2011 Bistro, located at 801 Indiana, beginning at 10 p.m. The event, Black Love, is focused on celebrating the month of love and Black History Month. Event admission is $10 and is sponsored by the Wichita Falls … [Read more...]

Only girls attend Valentine’s Day craft class

A Valentine's Day craft class was held in the Kiowa room of Clark Student Center to get students in the holiday mood on Feb. 9. Students created Valentine’s Day themed artwork through sewing and canvas painting.The class was only attended by females and consisted of 16 students, leaving multiple of … [Read more...]

Soldiers’ theater not as well known, with little funds

Karen Dabney, assistant professor of theater, presented Soldier-Actors, Army Entertainment, and the Archive Dilemma at the faculty forum on Feb. 13 at 7 p.m. in Clark Student Center rooms Wichita I and II. The forum looked at the implementation of theater in the army, the forgotten history of such … [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...]

For Colored Girls ‘a story rarely told’

"For Colored Girls," a poetic play, was met by a crowd of 98 students, faculty and community members in Bea Wood Studio Theatre in the Fain Fine Arts building. The event was held on Feb. 10-11 by Alpha Psi Omega as a fundraiser for First Step, Inc., Ms. Foundation, and INCITE! The reception at 7 … [Read more...]

Spring enrollment drops to 5,718

Enrollment has gradually increased at 3.5 percent over the last three years, yet spring enrollment went down slightly to 5,718 students and has failed to keep up with the rest of Texas schools' growth rates. Nevertheless, officials predict 6,100 students to enroll this fall, despite consistently … [Read more...]

Speakers bring social justice to campus

As social issues on a national level become a bigger concern, so does the priority of spreading awareness on campus. weConnect, a one-day summit meeting, works toward connecting students with each other as a way to learn more about their peers, as well as gaining insight on what's happening around … [Read more...]

It’s flu season. Love isn’t the only thing in the air.

As Christmas trees and menorahs began to fade from shop displays and mall windows, the scarlet, heart-shaped candy boxes found their way at the forefront of every aisle marked seasonal in preparation for the festival of romance — Valentine’s Day. Though over-sized teddy bears and scarlet roses are … [Read more...]