Men’s soccer to play St. Edward’s Thursday

It's a chilly night in October, and chants of "Let's go Mustangs, Let's go" ripple throughout the campus. This is what the men's soccer players is hoping for Thursday night at 7 p.m. when they play against St. Edward's as part of homecoming week. Since this game is part of the biggest week of the … [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...]

Lip sync top three announced, will battle at bonfire on Oct. 19

As the focus drew down to the the top three, the crowd became restless. After each performance, cheers erupted from the audience, and the night had been filled with nostalgia and excitement, however, the performers and the audience waited to hear the finalists announced. Treston Lacy, mass … [Read more...]

Bilingual Education Student Organization raises $321 at Zumbathon

The Bilingual Education Student Organization members held Zumbathon at Sikes Lake Center on Oct. 12 to raise money to go to Texas Association for Bilingual Education conference. "The conference helps us be better teachers and keeps us up-to-date with technology and the ways of teaching … [Read more...]

MSU celebrates Oktoberfest

German Club members organized an Oktoberfest celebration in the Comanche room of Clark Student Center on Oct. 13. Yvonne Frank, assistant professor of German, explained the history of Oktoberfest dates back to the Kingdom of Bavaria. “The original Oktoberfest is located in Munich and it was … [Read more...]

Counseling Center presents Taming Test Anxiety

About 17 students gathered in the Legacy Multipurpose Room to listen to Kylie Kerr, graduate intern at the Counseling Center, give advice on ways to tame their test anxiety on Oct. 4. "The main purpose of the workshop is making everyone more aware that we all deal with test anxiety and … [Read more...]

PRIDE to host free HIV testing Oct. 13

To raise awareness of HIV in Latino/Hispanic communities PRIDE is hosting a free HIV testing in honor of the National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day on Oct. 13 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m in Wichita I & II. The free testing is open to students, staff and faculty. "The purpose of hosting an AIDS … [Read more...]

Hispanic Heritage Month: Latin dance classes

As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, Claudia Montoya will teach a Latin dance class at 6 p.m. on Oct. 11 in the Legacy Hall Multipurpose Room. Montoya, associate professor of Spanish, said, "I'm so excited to teach students how to dance salsa, not only is dancing a great exercise, it's another … [Read more...]

Conservation through art: ‘Landscapes from Maui’

The murmurs of hushed voices fade away, as the jungle and sand overtake the imagination. The peaceful beauty of the oil landscapes steal away from the reality of shuffling art enthusiasts discussing the "Landscapes from Maui," exhibit by Catherine Prose, professor of art.  About 22 people … [Read more...]

Football defeats No. 2 team in division

The No. 10 football team defeated the No. 2 Texas A&M-Commerce Lions on Saturday, Oct. 7 with a score of 47-42, bringing its overall record to 4-0. MSU has won three straight games against the Lions, and this win is the highest-ranked team the Mustangs have ever beaten. The team will travel … [Read more...]