637 graduate in December

Nearly 650 graduate and undergraduate students earned their diplomas Saturday morning in Kay Yeager Coliseum. Delores Jackson, interim director of the Applied Arts and Sciences program, said commencement provides her an opportunity to meet her distance-education students face-to-face. "Because … [Read more...]

Vote or not, get involved

Our view: Voting in state and local elections this year is important, but informed voting and political and social engagement are even more important. As gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott said in his Wichita Falls campaign stop last weekend, "the only thing that counts are votes." Votes do … [Read more...]

Enrollment ‘essentially flat’ for second year

Enrollment numbers were made official on the 20th class day and Keith Lamb, vice president of student affairs and enrollment management, said he is hopeful about the university’s enrollment outlook. “We are up for the first time in many years for students,” Lamb said. Enrollment, technically … [Read more...]