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One-acts plays wrap up

Faith Munoz

May 6, 2015

Filed under A&E

The Festival of Student-Produced One-Act Plays came to an end this past Saturday with the plays “Oedi,” “The Moon Please,” and “Thread Count.” oedi This Rich Orloff play, directed by Disa Hairell, theater senior, h...

Column: Use people, not pamphlets to market university

Ethan Metcalf

April 1, 2015

Filed under Op-Ed

A lot of emphasis has been put on expanding the university's marketing reach as a means to bolster enrollment. From presentations at Board of Regents meetings, to promises made by each university presidential candidate in their forum visits to the sch...

Nearly 100 Students get tested for HIV/STDs

Avery Whaite

March 11, 2015

Filed under Campus, Local, News

Area health organizations provided students the opportunity to get tested for HIV/STDs before they head off for their spring break destinations, earlier this week. “We did this to let students know their status before leaving...

First student homecoming committee forming for fall 2014

Mandi Elrod

April 22, 2014

Filed under News

Homecoming is one of the biggest student activities from high school to college, and last semester was the first time that an actual committee of students was created to plan the event. Before that, the office of Student Development...

Cleaning teeth for diplomas

Samantha Forester

April 21, 2014

Filed under Campus, Campus Watch, Local, News

Cleaning teeth for diploma from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. Students in the dental hygiene program are working to get more patients in the door, all in hopes of getting their hands on your pearly whites. Junior dental hygiene student...

Single mom juggles work, school and parenting

Samantha Forester

April 8, 2014

Filed under Campus Watch, Feature

Single mom juggles school, work and parenting from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. Stepping onto a college campus as a freshman can be intimidating. The class work load is a challenge and balancing homework along with a job, and maybe a social life can be ...

Campus drug problem declining

Samantha Forester

March 3, 2014

Filed under Campus, Campus Watch, Local, News

Campus drug problem declining from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. Drugs are finding their way onto college campuses across the nation. Options of heroine or marijuana are popping up at schools all over the country. But does your campus hav...

Advocacy group sponsors diaper drive

Brooke Long

October 7, 2013

Filed under Campus, News

Diaper Drive from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. After receiving a call from a mother in desperate need of diapers, Leigh Anne Hope, visiting professor of social work, and members of her child advocacy group Hope Connect...

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