New website design glitches, however more user friendly

OUR VIEW: The visual elements of the university's website redesign emphasizes our efforts to produce innovative content. As frustrating as the two day long construction was, the administration's efforts were not in vain. The goal was to create a more visually pleasing website that was easier to … [Read more...]

Search for provost narrows down candidates

Over the course of the semester, the administration and Board of Regents have been on the hunt for a new provost. Four candidates, James Johnston, Kenya Taylor, Monica Varner and Jerold Hale were selected to interview on campus April 4-11. The provost and vice president for academic affairs is the … [Read more...]

Administration fills executive position

With Randy Kirkpatrick's retirement, the university welcomed a new executive position. David Sanchez, new chief information officer, joined university faculty after serving more than 25 years in various information technology positions at the University of New Mexico. He will be accompanied by his … [Read more...]

Provost leaving; to become provost at UNT-Dallas

In a memo distributed to the campus community Dec. 7, Provost Betty Stewart announced her resignation effective this coming February.INTERIM PROVOST REACTIONUPDATED: Dec. 9, 1:22 p.m.After receiving the news of Stewart's resignation, James Johnston, dean of the Robert D. & Carol Gunn College of … [Read more...]

Shipley outlines goals at first faculty/staff meeting

In her first speech as University president, Suzanne Shipley asked a full house of faculty and community members to re-imagine Midwestern State. Shipley, at the Aug. 17 faculty/staff meeting, said her goals for the next year include supporting an outstanding learning environment, creating a … [Read more...]

Campus drug problem declining

Campus drug problem declining from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. Drugs are finding their way onto college campuses across the nation. Options of heroine or marijuana are popping up at schools all over the country. But does your campus have a drug problem? Sophomore Jesse Brown says he’s been made … [Read more...]