Volleyball team beats Cameron University

The volleyball team added another win to their record on Nov. 9 against Cameron University. The volleyball team's record is currently 15-15 with the season coming to an end.  The game ended in three sets in favor of the volleyball team. "Now that the season is almost to the end, we have had our … [Read more...]

Inman: ‘Stranger Things’ has taken over my life

I’ll admit I was pretty late to jump on the "Stranger Things" bandwagon, and after binge-watching it over the span of two days, I now know that the hype surrounding the show is well-deserved. It has taken over my life. The writers did an excellent job of combining a sci-fi/fantasy setting with … [Read more...]

Priority registration proposal for athletes causes controversy

To reduce scheduling conflicts, Greg Giddings, assistant professor of English, proposed that student athletes to get priority registration to the Faculty Senate on Oct. 17. Student athletes would be able to register at the same time as seniors and honors students. "I am obviously an advocate for … [Read more...]

Priority registration for academics, not athletics

OUR VIEW: Priority registration should solely be based on academic standing, not athletic rosters. A proposal from Greg Giddings, faculty athletic representative, states athletes should receive priority scheduling like seniors and honors students and argues this will allow student athletes to … [Read more...]

Men’s golf team wins first at invitational

As he loaded his golf clubs, Trip Hobson, marketing senior, smiled with confidence. His first win as a Mustang was in the books after a "tough personal season," he said. More than 12 hours of play over the course of Oct. 16-17, Hobson won the Midwestern State Invitational for individuals and … [Read more...]

’90s throwback lip sync will throw down Oct. 16

As part of homecoming week, several student organizations will battle it out at the annual lip sync event on Oct. 16 at 8 p.m. at D.L. Ligon Coliseum. According to Ruby Arriaga, student coordinator for student activities, a few changes have happened this year: the location of the lip sync … [Read more...]

Homecoming court elections close Oct. 13

As part of the introduction to Homecoming week, students can vote for Homecoming Court on their portal until Friday, Oct. 13 at 4 p.m. The Office of Student Involvement and Student Government Association coordinate the court nominations and will announce winners at the Homecoming football game … [Read more...]

Volleyball falls to Texas A&M-Commerce

After a great win on Sept. 29, the Texas A&M-Commerce Lions stumped the Mustangs at the Family Day game on Sept. 30. The game went through three long sets with TAMUC rising to the top. The first two sets were not as close to the final ending in 22-25, in favor of the Lions. "Commerce was a … [Read more...]

Table tennis tournament set for Sept. 14

The rec sports league is hosting its table tennis tournament on Sept. 14 in Clark Student Center at 5 p.m. Michael Richardson, assistant director of recreational sports and wellness, said, “This tournament is one of many one day tournaments we offer throughout the semester with our recreational … [Read more...]

Women’s soccer falls to Colorado School of Mines

On Sep. 3, women’s soccer fell victim with a 3-0 loss, during a home game to Colorado School of Mines.  “We went up to one of the best teams in the nation,” Kennedy Turner, engineering sophomore said. “We held up together as a team, and though our effort was a bit short, we were able to keep … [Read more...]