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...]

Discount tickets every Tuesday at Cinemark

On Tuesdays, the Cinemark 14 movie theater is the place to be. Whether you are there for a cheap date, to watch a movie or just to hang out with friends, Cinemark 14 is a popular place on Tuesday nights. The Cinemark 14 has what is known as ‘Discount Day.’ Discount day is once a week, obviously on … [Read more...]

Toolbox Thursdays develop leadership skills

Leadership and organizational skills are part of students' everyday life. Toolbox Thursdays are open to all students, held in CSC Caddo meeting room from 12-1 p.m. and offer opportunities to improve skills and become acquainted with those abilities. Jesse Brown, student organizations coordinator, … [Read more...]

Students feel fascism has no place on campus

In the wake of a new president, administration, policies, and executive orders, the nation appears to be divided between supporting or condemning the new president and his administration. MSU is no exclusion from the divide, as students have rallied in opposition of and for President Trump's … [Read more...]

THOR race brings out students for charity

To raise money for the Wichita Falls Streams & Valleys and the Leadership Wichita Falls program, Texoma’s Hellacious Obstacle Race (T.H.O.R.) will be held on April 8 at Lucy Park. “We are very excited for this year’s T.H.O.R. We are hoping it will be even better than the past races since each … [Read more...]

Honors students to present research at symposium March 25

The Redwine Honors Program’s 11th Annual Honors Symposium is scheduled for March 25 at 10 a.m. in Dillard 189. The event will compile honors students research projects, and offer a chance to present the findings followed by a faculty panel to discuss cultural diversity and contributions to their … [Read more...]

SGA fails to inform members about cancelled meeting

Student Government Association members scattered outside of Dillard Room 101 as they wait for their weekly Tuesday meetings. The March 21 meeting brought the cancelled meeting tally to three. Approximately five members waited inside the empty meeting room, unaware of the cancelled meeting while … [Read more...]

Odd Duck Coffee sets itself apart from other coffee retailers

Customers were welcomed into Odd Duck Coffee for its grand opening at 8 a.m. on March 18, where they were met with smiles from employees, plenty of natural light from the open windows, a bright splash of turquoise, 11 different origins of coffee, as well as a menu of specialty drinks and some … [Read more...]

Adventurers thrive in free time

South Padre Island. Colorado. Los Angeles. These are just a few places that students visited during spring break last week. With an entire seven days free of class work, professors and deadlines, students spent their spring breaks in a variety of ways. "Some of my friends from back home offered … [Read more...]

MSU the first to witness robot officiate a wedding

Robotics engineer and computer science professor at Oregon University Heather Knight was the guest speaker for the Artist Lecture series on March 21. In this lecture series, Knight talked about her field of robotic engineering and introduced MSU students to Ginger a robot, who is apart of a robot … [Read more...]