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...]

SGA executive-elects prepare for next year

Students voted Maria Peña, political science junior, Damian De Silva, economics senior and Jaylon Williams, sociology junior, as the next student government association executives. They will officially take office at the end of the spring 2017 semester. Until then, officers Shayla Owens, … [Read more...]

SGA voting ends March 3; candidates lay out platforms

The attendance for the final debate nearly doubled to about 85 students, as well as increased online views to 800 views on the MSU Facebook page along with about 240 views from the Wichitan Periscope live stream from last week. Presidential candidates Presidential candidates Kendall Nelms, … [Read more...]

Community Health Fair aims to help put prevention into practice

To teach people to practice prevention to prolong life, the 17th annual Community Health Fair will take place Friday, March 3, in D.L. Ligon Coliseum from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Students from all departments in the Robert D. and Carol Gunn College of Health Sciences and Human Services college will … [Read more...]

Center for Continuing Education likely to begin cutting courses

The Center for Continuing Education held an acrylics class on Feb. 10 at Sikes Lake Center. But only four people came. The acrylics class is one of four of the university's continuing education courses that explores art. However, with the lack of interest shown in the arts courses, it is likely that … [Read more...]

Fantasy of Lights spreads holiday cheer

OUR VIEW: Everyone should take a walk around campus to see the MSU-Burns Fantasy of Lights this winter.Before Thanksgiving break, the annual MSU-Burns Fantasy of Lights opened on Nov. 21. With 20,000 beautiful lights and 35 entertaining, exciting holiday displays, this is an event that everyone … [Read more...]

Alpha Phi members hope to raise $300 at April 30 pageant

The members of Alpha Phi will be hosting the first Mr. Heartthrob competition on April 30 in the Comanche Suites. The competition will be a four-part pageant consisting of a formal attire competition, a swimsuit competition, a talent show, and a question and answer segment."We thought it would be a … [Read more...]

Campus Crime Stoppers to host Moonlight Walk Against Drugs April 23

Members of the Crime Stoppers program are hosting the Moonlight Walk Against Drugs April 23. The event will begin in D.L. Ligon Coliseum at 7 p.m. and the walk around Sikes Lake will take place when the sun goes down.Members of community can come out and enjoy free food and drinks, live music, and … [Read more...]

New police, housing directors take part in meet and greet

Newly appointed Chief of Police Patrick Coggins and Director of Residence Life and Housing Kristi Schulte were the focal points of the meet and greet on March 9 in Comanche Suites.“It’s been a busy month, I’ve spent a lot of time looking at protocol and process in the department,” Coggins … [Read more...]

Economic development: The future of Wichita Falls

Economic development | Enrollment | Budget | Nursing | Housing | International enrollment | Crime | Greek life Oil and gas have been major contributors to the economy of Wichita Falls since 1918, when oil was first found in Burkburnett. There are declines in these industries. Since oil will not … [Read more...]