Lip sync competition kicks off Homecoming week

Student organizations including Greek life, Black Student Union, Residence Hall Association, Caribbean Student Organization and the cheerleaders performed in Akin auditorium on Monday night as part of the Thriller Homecoming Lip Sync Competition. The auditorium was so full that Homecoming … [Read more...]

Greeks give members sense of purpose

The Greek community on campus makes up about 431 students which is about 9 percent of the student population. These students create friendships, interact through social gatherings and help out around the community. “Greek life has provided me with many opportunities to better myself as a person,” … [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...]

Mr. Mustang pageant to raise money for Faith Mission

Pageants are usually made for women, but Midwestern's own Sharing the Profession of Athletic Training, or SPAT, partnering with Order of Omega chapters, will present "Mr. Mustang," a male-only pageant, Tuesday, April 14, at 7 p.m. in CSC Comanche. "We opened it up to all male athletes and … [Read more...]

Greeks to sponsor spelling bee

February — the month of love. In addition, for members of the campus Greek community, it is also the Month of the Scholar. To celebrate, fraternity and sorority members are hosting a spelling bee Feb. 24. “It's important because it’s a way to show others that fraternities and sororities take … [Read more...]

Fraternities go beyond stereotypes

When a freshman hears the word "fraternity," the first thing that goes through his head is Hollywood's adaptation of college life and the fraternity experience, but Michael Schmitz, respiratory therapy junior and two-year member of Tau Kappa Epsilon, would disagree. "Everyone comes in with this … [Read more...]

Arlington tailgating ends in ‘scuffle’

A fight between a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and someone associated with Tarleton State University reportedly broke out in the tailgating parking lot at AT&T Stadium during last Saturday's Lone Star Conference Football Festival. Several hundred Midwestern State University students, alumni, … [Read more...]