Sigma Nu warms up fundraising

Until Friday Dec 8, Sigma Nu will be selling hot coffee and hot chocolate in the Clark Student Center to help raise money bring more positivity to their fraternity. “We are planning on hosting a philanthropy event where we bring bubble soccer to campus and the money raised today will help … [Read more...]

Field Day competitions photo gallery

Jacob Warren, economics junior, organized the first Field Day competitions as part of homecoming week. Students headed to the quad at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 18 for non-competitive events and 6 p.m. for the actual competitions. RELATED STORIES Football takes down West Texas … [Read more...]

‘The miracle is we had Rob’

A warm, September breeze drifted through the air. Bright lights shone on a small, makeshift stage on Jesse Rogers Promenade, illuminating a big, wooden number 24 and a banner with general business sophomore and cornerback Robert Grays, showing off his wide smile. About 200 students, staff, … [Read more...]

Cowboy True participants compete in cowboy mounted shooting

Cowboy True participants compete in cowboy mounted shooting from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. Horses and guns don't usually come to mind when talking sports, but at this years annual Cowboy True event, cowboy mounted shooting was a popular competition. Cowboy True was founded in 2011 by Wichita … [Read more...]

269 peepholes to be installed across campus

To provide faculty and staff members with an extra level of security, facility services staff members will be installing 269 peep holes in doors across campus beginning Oct.28. Kyle Owen, assistant vice president of facility services, said, “Last fall I got an email from Dr. Carlson. It had been … [Read more...]

Record rainfall causes problems for Sikes Lake

From May 4 to June 22, Wichita Falls set a record for the amount of rain in May, ending the drought and filling the lakes, but causing some problems as well. Sikes Lake, which runs alongside the school’s Wellness Center, received an influx of silting and formed an “island” in the northern part of … [Read more...]

Reflecting on the tenure of retiring university president

University President Jesse Rogers announced his retirement last May. Before he finishes his tenure in August, a series of articles provide insight into his accomplishments and the changes within the university since he arrived. Rogers committed to education, students, innovation Rogers’ office … [Read more...]

Alpha Kappa Alpha makes a comeback

Alpha Kappa Alpha makes a comeback from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. As the pink-and-green letters stood tall, students, faculty and family waited for the unveiling of the newest members of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. In recent years the chapter's enrollment has been low, but this year … [Read more...]

Expanded parking lot will cost basketball court

Expanded parking lot will cost basketball court from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. The university’s outdoor basketball court will be paved over this summer when construction begins to extend a nearby parking lot.  While students can use the indoor basketball court in the Wellness Center free of … [Read more...]

Ultimate team competes in regional tournament

Ultimate team competes in regional tournament from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo.   Full disclosure: Mark Campbell is a reporter for Campus Watch and captain of the Ultimate team. The Cavalry Ultimate team competed in the Division-III Regional tournament on March 25-26 in Tulsa, … [Read more...]