Creager rocks D&D

Texas Country favorite stops by Wichita Falls club Every Thursday, Denim and Diamonds features a country artist to perform for the Wichita Falls community. “The specific country band is chosen by corporate, and we just open our venue for them to play every week,” club Manager Jamie Lavery … [Read more...]

Student development seeks employees

Applications are being accepted for student ambassador and peer counselor positions The Student Development and Orientation Office is seeking applicants for the position of student ambassador and spirit days peer counselor. Student ambassadors and student peer counselors promote the University to … [Read more...]

Cyber mistake triggers campus security breach

Employees advised to not release usernames and passwords  On Monday, university president Jesse Rogers told faculty and staff that during the past week Midwestern’s information security had been breached. In an email sent to faculty, Rogers said the violation was due to faculty, staff or student … [Read more...]

University pushing social media links

Officials encouraging students to engage with MSU through Twitter, other outlets. College students are seeking social web sites for their primary source of news and communication now more than ever. Social Stampede is a way for Midwestern State to engage with the students through social … [Read more...]

Students open NAACP chapter

New multicultural group promotes unity The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is set and ready to be re-launched on campus. NAACP is the oldest and largest civil rights group in America.  Since its establishment at Midwestern, the group has held several debates on … [Read more...]

College graduates see an increase in job market

Career Management Center prepares students for jobs post graduation While the state’s unemployment rate dropped to 6.1 percent last month, in Wichita Falls the percentage went up to 5.5 percent, according to the Texas Workforce Commission. Students like Orisia Browne, a freshman in finance, find … [Read more...]

Cafe services defend food selections, answer student

Since the beginning of school cafeterias, the food has always gotten a bad rap, but the director of dining services at MSU, Michael Clifton, is trying to put an end to it. The 17-year veteran of dining services has been making changes over the past seven years he has been at … [Read more...]

Prices differ among Starbucks brewers

Costs vary from Dillard College of Business Adminstration and local licensed Starbucks Siren, the infamous twin-tailed mermaid logo commonly seen on coffee cups and other gourmet beverages, came in to play when Starbucks was established in 1971. Now on a college campus, it’s rare to find a student … [Read more...]

Behind the cuts of ‘Sweeney’

‘Sweeney Todd’ proves welcome challenge for theater, music department Sometimes revenge is a dish best served hot. That will be in case in late February when the theater and music department present the horror musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. The lead character, … [Read more...]

Latin-funk band brings flavor to Artist Lecture

 University presents Grammy-winner Grupo Fantasma Thursday night From performing for the troops in Iraq and Kuwait, collaborating with musical icons like Prince to winning a Grammy, Grupo Fantasma will bring their Latin and funk tunes to the Artist-Lecture Series on Thursday, Jan. 31. This … [Read more...]