30 people attend meeting on campus discrimination

The Town Hall Meeting lead by the black student leaders began their meeting on Nov. 23 with 30 people in attendance in response to recent events on campus . Shayla Owens, management junior, started the Town Hall Meeting  by addressing the purpose behind the meeting. Owens cited different … [Read more...]

#NoHateAtMSU

A picture posted of a Midwestern student on social media last week has drawn attention to the subject of discrimination on campus. The picture, originally posted on Yeti, features senior psychology major Marco Torres walking into the CSC. Text at the top of the picture reads, “See a Fag, Post a Fag … [Read more...]

Lip-sync contest goes off script

It started off as any other lip-sync contest. Contestants performed to "Hit Me with Your Best Shot," "Baby Got Back," and "Same Love." The 10 groups that started the evening in CSC Comanche Suites were whittled down to five after the audience voted on little slips of white paper. Erin Hagy, … [Read more...]

MESA shuttle usage low on Saturdays

Since the trial run of the Mustangs Entertainment Shopping and Attractions Route began April 10, the number of weekend riders has continued to decline. The numbers over the weeks have been important to decide if MESA will continue to run in the fall. April 20, Matthew Park, dean of students, sent … [Read more...]

Appeals filed in SGA election

Hearing Thursday at 3:30 p.m. in CSC Cheyenne Results for the Student Government Association elections were posted Monday, showing Jesse Brown, criminal justice junior, as the winner of the presidential race with 56 percent of the vote. But Keith Lamb, vice president of student affairs and … [Read more...]

Opinion: Choose Marco Torres for SGA president

Our view: In elections, results speak louder than words, and the only results we have seen came from senior class senator Marco Torres. We need an active president who has the best interests of the entire student body, not select groups, at heart. Torres is the candidate for that job. Elections … [Read more...]

Student Government presidential elections April 8-12

Student Government Association elections run from April 8-12. I talked with the three candidates for president: Julia Brady, Jesse Brown and Marco Torres, to get some insight into the election. Why did you get into student government? "I would love to expand my leadership position," Julia … [Read more...]

Student government makes changes to increase voter turnout

In an effort to increase voter turnout, student government elections are coming nearly a month sooner this year with polls opening April 8. Rebecca Stogner, sociology junior and student government president, said, “The elections have been changed from May to April so that it doesn’t conflict with … [Read more...]

Student government approves weekend shuttle service

With a unanimous vote, the Student Government Association approved the Mustangs Entertainment Shopping & Attractions route, or MESA, at its March 3 meeting. The bus route will serve as a weekend extension of the traditional Mustangs Shuttle with a trial run starting April 10. "I was really … [Read more...]