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Officials brief and prepare for the Active Shooter Training, Nov. 16. Photo courtesy of Eric Queller.

Wichita Falls officials host an active shooter training

Cecil Witherspoon, Sports Editor November 18, 2022

As school shootings continue to pose a hideous threat to students and schools across the U.S., officials from MSU, Wichita Falls and other community institutions came together to prepare and practice their...

Moderators ask questions of the candidates to help the audience understand for whom they are potentially voting, Oct. 3.

Student Government Association hosts forum to connect students and local politicians

Stephanie Robledo, Editor-in-Chief October 7, 2022

As the midterm election nears, the Student Government Association, the political science department and the League of Women Voters hosted a candidate forum to inform the Wichita Falls community and register...

German professor Kyung Lee Gagum examines documents found in the wooden box, 2022. Photo courtesy of Wichita County Archives.

A history nearly lost: MSU professor helps sheds light on local story

Cecil Witherspoon, Sports Editor October 7, 2022

A snippet of Wichita Falls history – one that was nearly lost forever – brought about a collaboration between MSU and the Wichita County Archives. The result fascinated both sides of the partnership,...

Students socialize as they explore Wichita Falls downtown are, April 26.

MSU Texas Night Out Downtown Helps Students Relax Before Finals

Javier Contreras, Reporter May 4, 2022

MSU community members gathered downtown Tuesday, April 26 from 5 to 9 p.m. for MSU Texas Night Out Downtown. The office of Student Leadership and Involvement coordinated with Downtown Wichita Falls Development...

Abigail Dold, fine arts and teaching certificate senior reviews a photo on her DSLR.

Photography l students visit Sun Catcher Studio, listen to owner speak

Jaime Alemán, Reporter November 12, 2021

Students in Photography l visited Sun Catcher Studio, a natural light photo studio tucked away in University Village, for hands-on practice with Leah Gose, professor and academic department chair of Art,...

Second Court of Appeals hold court at Akin Auditorium

Second Court of Appeals hold court at Akin Auditorium

Jaime Alemán, Reporter October 12, 2021

The Second Court of Appeals presided over two cases on Oct. 12 at Akin Auditorium for students and the general public to experience proceedings in appeals court that are usually held in Fort Worth, Texas. “This...

MSU Texas students join in Womens March in downtown Wichita Falls, Oct. 2, 2021.

Students join Women’s March downtown

Jaime Alemán, Reporter October 4, 2021

Mustang students joined protesters in a Women’s March through downtown Wichita Falls on Saturday, Oct. 2 to oppose the newly passed restrictive abortion law. “I oppose the new law because if I did...

Ruben’s House of Classics celebrates 10 year anniversary with RHOC Fest car show

Jaime Alemán, Reporter September 24, 2021

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 to recognize Hispanic culture, history and what Hispanics contribute to the community. The Hispanic-owned custom car restoration shop,...

MSU students disembark in downtown Wichita Falls for the Downtown Night event

Students down for Downtown Night Out

Abigail Jones, Assistant Editor August 17, 2021

The MSU Texas Downtown Night Out held on Aug. 17 gave students the opportunity to discover new businesses in downtown Wichita Falls. Taylor Clemmons, the assistant to associate vice president for student...

The Wichitans top stories of the year.

The Wichitan’s top stories of the year

The Wichitan Staff May 24, 2021

With the 2020-2021 academic year officially in the books, let's take a look back at some of the biggest news stories covered by The Wichitan over the year. Professor clashes with Black Student Union Original...

Deep End has a variety of games including Mortal
Kombat, DigDug, Walking Dead and Skee-Ball, May 22.

Local small businesses offer options for students over the summer

Abigail Jones, Assistant Editor May 24, 2021

Wichita Falls has been labeled a city with not much to do, as noted by last year's mayoral debate, but it still has its unique attractions. Whether you’re a local or are visiting Wichita Falls during...

The Mosaic Cross Cultural Center celebrates Black Graduation 2021

The Mosaic Cross Cultural Center celebrates Black Graduation 2021

Thalia Doe, Feature and Sports Editor May 1, 2021

The MOSAIC Cross-Cultural Center hosted the Black Graduation Ceremony on Friday, April 30 at 10 a.m. The celebration was held in the Akin Auditorium located in the Hardin building. The celebration honored...

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