Stained glass class to continue March 25

Three Wichita Falls residents gathered at the Sikes Lake Center to begin creating their own unique Tiffany Copper Foil stained glass project on March 18, the first of the three sessions. The Continuing Education department offered the three-day class, taught by Cynthia Cummings, Clark Student Center … [Read more...]

Toolbox Thursdays develop leadership skills

Leadership and organizational skills are part of students' everyday life. Toolbox Thursdays are open to all students, held in CSC Caddo meeting room from 12-1 p.m. and offer opportunities to improve skills and become acquainted with those abilities. Jesse Brown, student organizations coordinator, … [Read more...]

SGA fails to inform members about cancelled meeting

Student Government Association members scattered outside of Dillard Room 101 as they wait for their weekly Tuesday meetings. The March 21 meeting brought the cancelled meeting tally to three. Approximately five members waited inside the empty meeting room, unaware of the cancelled meeting while … [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...]

Gambling addiction among college students

The overwhelming smell of cigarette smoke fills the room. The sound of chips clinging, machines ringing and cards being shuffled occupy all noise in the building. A woman to the left cheers in victory as a man to the right mutters curse words under his breath. He is now down another … [Read more...]

Pianists ‘show love for music’ to 40

To share their love for music, piano professor Ruth Morrow and 10 students put together the Piano Studio Recital for about 40 people in Akin Auditorium on March 7. “They have all worked so hard.” Morrow said. “They did exactly what they needed to do to put on an amazing show.” According to … [Read more...]

Computer science sophomore releases personal debut album

Now this is a story all about how his life got flipped, turned upside down... In west Nigeria born and raised, on the playing fields is where he spent most of his days, chilling out, maxin', relaxing all cool, he had some personal thoughts after graduating school. Born in Ibadan, Oyo State … [Read more...]

Chi Omega donates $10K to Make-A-Wish

Chi Omega hosted the annual Swishes For Wishes basketball tournament on March 4 in the Bruce and Graciela Redwine Student Wellness Center as a part of their Wish Week festivities. Their proceeds were donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation to grant wishes to children with life-threatening … [Read more...]

Men’s tennis beats Ferris State 7-2; women beat Tarleton 9-0

The men's tennis team competed in a two-day tournament from March 6-7 against Doane and Ferris State, winning 9-0 against Doane and 7-2 against Ferris State. In a press release issued on March 6, "Midwestern State snapped a two-match losing skid Monday afternoon as the Mustangs made their return … [Read more...]

Graduate school open house on March 8

The Dr. Billie Doris McAda Graduate School open house plans to inform students about continuing education and obtaining a masters degree. The event is on March 8 at 5:30 p.m. in Dillard room 189. “Usually what our open house consists of is talking about what the graduate school is and the … [Read more...]