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Our View: Expose yourself to the cultures on campus

The Wichitan September 15, 2021

MSU Texas is a minority-majority university, which means ethnic and racial minorities make up the majority of the population, 51% in this case. MSU is also home to students from 54 foreign countries and...

Our View: What to expect of The Wichitan in Fall 2021

Our View: What to expect of The Wichitan in Fall 2021

August 31, 2021

As MSU Texas returns to a semblance of normalcy this fall semester, The Wichitan is committed to continuing to be the same, go-to source for Mustangs on all things Midwestern. Whether it be about the ongoing...

Our view: Take this summer to recharge

Our view: Take this summer to recharge

May 24, 2021

With a reported 60% of adults in the US have received at least one vaccine shot, the media has been quick to remind the nation that this isn't time to let up. While that is certainly true and CDC guidelines...

Bridget Reilly, sociology senior and editor in chief of The Wichitan, and her dog Jack, Jan. 30

“How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard,” Winne the Pooh said

Bridget Reilly, Editor in Chief April 18, 2021

In August of 2015, a bright-eyed and bushy-tailed Australian walked onto the campus of Midwestern State University. I came to MSU on a scholarship to run track. It wasn't, by any means, my first...

Our view: How to make registration easy

March 29, 2021

Registration can be a hectic time for university students, but there are ways to make it, at the least, manageable. Tip 1: A great tool for any student registering for classes is

Our View: The Wichitan’s column policy

March 13, 2021

For as early as The Wichitan has existed, the newspaper has included columns. A column is a reflection of the author's opinion on a specific topic and can be written by Wichitan staff, MSU Texas students...

Editorial: What is yet to come?

February 28, 2021

After Texas and much of the southern US were hit with abnormally low temperatures and heavy snowfall, many were left asking, "What is yet to come?" While some skeptics have attempted to use the cold to...

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ANNOUNCEMENT: I.M.O. Column contest details

Amos Perkins, managing editor February 24, 2021

Have something you want to complain about or boast about MSU? This is your chance! The Wichitan is holding the first "In My Opinion" column contest now until March 22, open to any MSU Texas Student...

OPINION:Respect student workers

February 15, 2021

From student assistants, tour guides and cleaning crew, to football practice cameramen/women, resident assistants and desk attendants; student workers are one of the secret ingredients to making MSU Texas...

Complacency: The most dangerous disease

January 18, 2021

Symptoms of COVID-19 are fever or chills, cough, difficulty breathing, loss of taste or smell, sore throat and above all else, complacency. Over 388,000 citizens have died in the U.S. and the daily average...

Stephanie’s Christmas Traditions

Stephanie Robledo, News Editor December 28, 2020

*Columns are the opinions of their respective authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Wichitan as an organization.* Santa Claus is not real. This reveal didn’t come as a shock for...

Attitude of gratitude

December 28, 2020

There is much to complain about the coronavirus pandemic, be it frustration from wearing masks or the feeling of being in prison due to lockdowns. The year 2020, in general, has been a flop with long-loved...

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