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Assistant professor of social work Catherine Earley speaks informs MSU Texas students on the dangers and signs of human trafficking, March 17. P

Traps of a Trafficker educates campus community

Elizabeth Mahan, Reporter March 29, 2021

In the Legacy Multipurpose Room, March 17, Violence Intervention and Prevention peer educators and the office of Title IX  held a night of learning about the dangers of human trafficking, an issue that...

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A professor’s pie day

Emily Beaman, Reporter March 29, 2021

The Spring 2021 Boomtown Shootout Festival was a two-day event on March 19 and 20, in Burkburnett with live music, giveaways, community vendors, cooking competitions and MSU Texas's very own Jeremy Duff,...

After Hours Artwalk live music, March 4.

Downtown After Hours Artwalk relaunched for 2021

Abigail Jones, Reporter March 13, 2021

Downtown Wichita Falls Development’s After Hours Artwalk (AHA!) is back as of March 4. This was the first official AHA! since COVID-19 shut down large-group events. “Due to COVID restrictions [the...

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Preparing for the Big Day

Godwin C. Ukaa, Writer February 28, 2021

*Columns are the opinions of their respective authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Wichitan as an organization.* The moment you have been looking forward to has finally arrived. After...

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Sociology Club raises money for refugee housing program in Greece founded by MSU alum

Amos Perkins, Managing Editor February 28, 2021

Starting in Fall 2020, Sociology Club at MSU Texas began raising money for the Duniya Housing Center, a refugee housing center in Athens, Greece created by Finding Refuge, which was co-founded by MSU alum...

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Human sex trafficking: “Wichita Falls does not escape it”

Elizabeth Mahan and Bridget Reilly February 2, 2021

Human trafficking does not discriminate against age, race, gender, nationality Women, men and children are being trafficked right now in every corner of the globe. Modern-day slavery is often associated...

Less people = less crime: campus police report drop in campus crime for 2020

Emily Beaman, reporter February 1, 2021

Every year, the Police Department conducts a Security and Fire Safety Report comprised of data collected from January to October of that year. The newest report, released in December of 2020, includes...

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Color in Art, Color in Life: Prisms, Pigments and Purpose

Stephanie Robledo, News Editor January 31, 2021

Color is in anything and everything; it is a visual element that creates different meanings, which is what the "Color in Art, Color in Life: Prisms, Pigments and Purpose" exhibit highlights. At the Wichita...

“Our chances of being approved are 99%” – an update on joining the Texas Tech University System

Amos Perkins and Bridget Reilly January 31, 2021

It has been a little under a year since Midwestern State University President Suzanne Shipley announced MSU Texas had been invited to join the Texas Tech University System, and on Jan. 14, Shipley provided...

VIDEO: Interviewing students about the 2020 presidential election

AJ Rubio December 8, 2020

After the projected victory of challenger Joe Biden, The Wichitan and MNG Media's AJ Rubio went around campus to gauge student reactions to the news. Click the link below to watch for yourself: https://youtu.be/V8UhcUJWBso  

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Wichita Falls votes for status quo

Amos Perkins, Managing Editor November 11, 2020

With all the votes in Wichita Falls officially counted, it appears the city had largely voted to avoid change. Incumbent Mayor Stephen Santellana has once again been reelected as mayor of Wichita Falls...

Despite projections, Texas remains red

Amos Perkins, Managing Editor November 4, 2020

With the Associated Press calling all major elections in Texas, it appears the Republican Party has maintained its grip on the Lone Star State, despite closer races than in past years. With 98% of the...

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