About 200 students celebrate Diwali

To honor the Hindu celebration, the Midwestern Indian Students Association organized a Diwali, the Festival of Lights, celebration for students at the Sikes Lake Center on Nov. 4. Gyaneshwar Malba, computer science graduate student, explained that MISA has had a history of organizing Dawali for … [Read more...]

Retiring professors inspire community, students

The retirement commencement for Tom Hoffman, English associate professor, and Linda Hollabaugh, foreign languages associate professor, was held in the second floor atrium of Prothro-Yeager Hall on April 18 from 2:30-4 p.m. The event celebrated the 48 years Hoffman has served at the school, and the … [Read more...]

Creative writing courses open up imagination

Students interested in creative writing now have the opportunity to take courses within the field and work alongside John Schulze, assistant professor of English.  Schulze is the author of Fertile Ground: A Novel, and has written short works of fiction, poetry and articles. In a consumer-based … [Read more...]

Poet comes to campus to share his wisdom

Poetry from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. The English department hosted professional poet John Poch. John Poch, a poet, came to campus to share some of his wisdom with aspiring writers. Students appreciated what Poch had to offer and were grateful for his tips. Poch went on to share some … [Read more...]