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Celebrating MSU Texas Women: Part Two

The Wichitan Staff March 28, 2021

In honor of Women's History Month, The Wichitan is featuring five outstanding MSU Texas women who have contributed significantly to the university. Angie Reay, Director of the Bruce and Graciela Redwine...

Applied arts and sciences junior and basketball guard Terrell Wilson records in his closet, March 25.

Terrell Wilson shares his music story

Khirstia Sheffield, Feature Editor March 28, 2021

A Houston-born native, Terrell Wilson, applied arts and sciences junior, grew up in a whirlwind of music. Watching family members like Willie D., an American rapper who was best known as a member of the...

Collage of some standout women at MSU Texas.

Celebrating the women of MSU Texas

Wichitan Staff March 13, 2021

In honor of Women's History Month, The Wichitan is featuring five outstanding MSU Texas women who have contributed significantly to the university. Jamila Kangudja, community engagement and leadership...

Snow Comics!

Snow Comics!

Dallas Wabbington and Abigail Jones March 1, 2021

STANG Shorts (Snow Comic) By Dallas Wabbington Cold Weather Chronicles By Abigail Jones  

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SATIRE: Letter to the editor – An apology to the state of Texas from the students of Midwestern State University

Soma Snikrep, satire specialist February 28, 2021

Dear Editor (and the state of Texas), It is with a heavy heart and guilty minds that we write this. As you may or may not have noticed, there was a  pretty significant amount of snow two weeks ago...

Ed Schultz

“Never give up”: Ed Schultz’s powerful road to recovery

Khirstia Sheffield, Feature Editor February 26, 2021

He crossed the line and nearly lost everything. A spiraling disease left him alone as he looked homelessness in the eyes. He couldn’t pay rent, hold a job and was on foot desperately struggling to survive. “I...

An example of someone being friend zoned (Part 4)

SATIRE: Friend-zoned students across the globe celebrate “Pal-entine’s Day”

Soma Snikrep, satire specialist February 15, 2021

Feb. 15, 2021, marks the first time heartbroken people around the world will be celebrating "Pal-entine's Day" with their crushes, the day after their unrequited loves spent Valentine's Day with their...

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Before, During and After: How You Can Help Prevent Suicide

Dallas Wabbington, Reporter February 8, 2021

Suicide places second in the most common causes of death among traditional college students. Male, female, straight, gay, black, or white, suicidal thoughts and tendencies do not discriminate and look...

“It’s more than a game” – A look at MSU’s top ranked athlete Garrett Leek

Khirstia Sheffield, Feature Editor January 31, 2021

At four-years-old his passion for golf was ignited. After being handed his first golf club and making that first swing into the endless array of grassy fields, he fell in love with the freedom and...

After 35 years of being an educator, Jeffery Blacklock is recognized

January 17, 2021

As a first-generation student, he was wary of the life before him and the career he wanted to dedicate his life to, but he always knew he wanted to help people. Like most of us, he immersed himself in...

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Our Silent Superheroes

Khirstia Sheffield, Feature Editor December 28, 2020

As the virus swept across the nation nearly nine months ago, leaving more than 300,000 Americans alone as they spent their last waking moments without physical connection from their families, our nation...

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Satire: COVID-19 cancels every major event EXCEPT final exams

November 24, 2020

As 2020 finally rounds to a close, we've seen a wide plethora of major events canceled in hopes of preventing the spread of COVID-19. For some universities, this has even lead to the cancellation of in-person...

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