Football offices find a new home

Renovations for D.L. Ligon Coliseum eight years ago left the football coaches without any offices. They were moved to the houses at 2508 and 2510 Hampstead.“They were in prehistoric conditions over in these houses over on Hampstead,” said Athletic Director Charlie Carr.“They were not very … [Read more...]

Pool tournament scheduled for Feb. 19

The University Programing Board will be hosting a pool tournament Feb. 19 at 4 p.m. in the activity room of the Clark Student Center, just one of the activities members plan throughout the year.“Last time we had a huge turn out,” Cindy Cummings, special event coordinator, said. “We had TVs that we … [Read more...]

Día de los Muertos event celebrates lives of the dead

Orange, yellow, red, purple. The colors that are associated with life and joy. But in Mexican tradtition, they are colors used to celebrate the dead. Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is celebrated every year on the first and second of November. It is a day made to celebrate, instead of mourn, … [Read more...]

Running back makes new school records

Don Jerry, a sophomore in psychology and running back on the football team, was awarded with the Lonestar Conference Special Teams Player of the Week after his 91-yard kickoff return touchdown at the Texas A&M Kingsville game, Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Jerry’s fourth-quarter touchdown helped … [Read more...]

Turnout huge for annual bonfire

Fire, tradition, and school spirit - just some of the highlights of the Homecoming bonfire. The turnout was huge, just like Kevin Bazner, the assistant director of Student Development and Orientation, predicted. "Since there are more people living on campus this year, I think we will have a much … [Read more...]

Rawson: ‘Backs out, hearts in’

New head volleyball coach Natalie Rawson is working from the ground up with this year’s team to build what she believes her vision of MSU volleyball should be. “I definitely brought a lot of new stuff to the team if you ask the girls,” Rawson said. “Which is challenging for them learning new … [Read more...]

MSU sets new record for incoming international class

The 141 new international students entering this fall set a record. Well, two records to be precise. They are part of the 575 group of international students or campus, a record number. And they represent 54 countries, a record number. “One thing we are really pleased with is not only the size of … [Read more...]

Writing Center to move locations next semester

The Writing Center, located in Bea Wood Hall, is moving to a more central location in Prothro-Yeager starting Fall 2015. Kristin Garrison, writing program administrator, said the new Writing Center will be temporarily located in Prothro-Yeager 201. In the meantime, construction of the new … [Read more...]

Rogers’ love for students carried him beyond the classroom

Over the course of 40 years, University President Jesse Rogers’ love of science combined with his leadership and professionalism is remembered by all who worked with and studied under him. Rogers has always had a love for science and chemistry. Rogers said, “I am one of the few people who found a … [Read more...]

Softball falls to Central Oklahoma, looks to finish season strong

The softball team dropped both games in a post-season double header against University of Central Oklahoma on April 21. UCO made their first runs early in game one, putting four points on the board in the first inning. "That's hard to come back from, especially since we've played for the past … [Read more...]