Students stress of upcoming finals ‘fly away’ during Finals Frenzy

In tradition to giving students a break the Thursday before finals week, the University Programming Board celebrated the 29th Finals Frenzy on Dec. 7 in the Clark Student Center. With events focused around the theme 'Fly Away With MSU,' students enjoyed the break from preparing for future countless … [Read more...]

Woodwind Chamber Ensemble performs Nov. 14

The Woodwind Chamber Ensemble filled the ears of their audience on Nov. 14 in the Akin auditorium with pieces dating back to the 1700s. Even with a last minute student replacement due to an emergency, the recital still managed to grab the attention of music connoisseurs and grade-driven … [Read more...]

Excitement builds for homecoming game, tailgate

For head football coach Bill Maskill, this week’s game is more than just a chance for the team to win. With a team ranked No. 5 in the American Football Coaches’ Association Top 25 and with an overall 42.2 game point average for the season, he needs to encourage the players while keeping them … [Read more...]

Artist Lecture Series to feature Eva Mozes Kor

Holocaust survivor Eva Mozes Kor will share her message of forgiveness and determination in the face of adversity during the first staging of the Artist-Lecture Series in the Akin Auditorium on Sept. 21 at 7 p.m. Powered by what Associate Vice President for Student Affairs Matt Park calls a … [Read more...]

RHA proposes budget for upcoming years

The Student Government Association meeting this week brought up issues and future plans regarding the Residence Hall Association on March 7. Rachael Miyahara, education sophomore and president of RHA, announced a budget proposal during the meeting that involves students living on campus. The … [Read more...]

Hometown Heroes wins kickball tournament

Down by one. Two outs in the top of the fifth inning. The Hometown Heroes have one final chance to beat its opponent, Kickball Team, while up to kick. After two errors from Kickball Team and a solid kick to the fence by Jared Maloney, criminal justice sophomore, the Hometown Heroes score … [Read more...]

Student Government Association opens applications for executive roles

Senators, committee chairs and faculty members of Student Government Association discussed elections for executive positions in the first meeting of the semester on Feb. 7. The meeting also announced a new eco-friendly student organization, as well as more information on the extended Mustangs … [Read more...]

Inside the mind of a student athlete

From the outside looking in, the life of a student-athlete can be seen as one filled with glory and glamour. As a student-athlete, I can say this is true to some degree; however, there is much more to it than meets the eye. Very few athletes nationwide end up sealing the opportunity to compete in … [Read more...]

Smooth sailing and ship wrecks at cardboard boat race

The setting sun reflected off the water of Sikes Lake where 17 teams were lined up with their various cardboard boats on the evening of Oct. 28. Get ready, get set, go! Splash! The boats entered the water. A few teams took an early lead, while others could barely get off the shore. The crowd of … [Read more...]

Students ‘destress’ at UPB Game Night

Wichita I and II was hopping during game night on Aug. 31 as students said they enjoyed the games and meeting new people. As part of the University Programming Board's game night, some 25 students spent hours playing games and meeting last week. Juan Mercado, UPB assistant and sociology junior, … [Read more...]