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Día del jean

Juan Manosalva April 28, 2023

El personal de ‘Housing and resident life’ y el departamento de Tittle IX celebraron el “Día de la mezclilla”, cuyo objetivo era apoyar a las víctimas de agresiones sexuales portando una prenda...

Around campus

Joey Arthur March 31, 2023

April 1 Maverick’s Day of Service. The Office of Student Leadership and Involvement will be hosting its annual Maverick’s Day of Service. This event provides students the opportunity to volunteer...

OPINION: To Resolve or Not To Resolve

OPINION: To Resolve or Not To Resolve

Joey Arthur, Abigail Jones, Entertainment Editor, Design Editor January 27, 2023

Thanksgiving and the winter holidays are often a time of reflection. During those times, we think about our year so far, either to be grateful for the good times or reflect on the hard times. Regardless...

Sport and leisure senior Michael French prepares to take a shot, Nov. 30. French has been playing pool competitively since his second day on campus.

Michael French: student pool player is shooting for more

Donovan Jackson, Reporter December 2, 2022

Sport and leisure senior Michael French's main aim was to become a personal trainer after college. Now, his aim has been directed to the sport of pool, where he travels across the country to compete against...

Dont Look Up is a satirical film acting as an allegory for response to climate change.

“Don’t Look Up” presents a story we may not want but one we might deserve

Joseph Nelson, Entertainment Editor January 28, 2022

“Don’t Look Up” is the most recent film from writer/director Adam McKay, boasting a star-studded cast, a premise ripe for social commentary, and a tendency to throw subtlety out the window for overly...

Esports scholarships available for varsity competitors

Fisher Seigler January 24, 2022

Midwestern State University has begun offering esports scholarships for those who compete in varsity-level esports. The scholarship amount depends on player skill level and is given on a semester-by-semester...

OPINION: MSU students can still do better

February 1, 2021

When the university police department released their Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, they reported a significant drop in crime around the board. However, while most of the 88 crimes reported were...

Editorial: Explaining the Electoral College

November 11, 2020

Following the confusion of the recent U.S. presidential election, it is important to understand how exactly the Electoral College works, as well as its origin. The electoral college is currently made...

Editorial: dying in silence

September 15, 2020

When equality is spoken about, it is often focused on women breaking the glass ceiling, sharing the same finishing line as their male counterparts, and owning their bodies. Taking a back seat in these...


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April 14, 2020

Nine things to know about Title IX

Bridget Reilly, Photography Editor March 4, 2020

Title IX is a civil right that prohibits sex discrimination in education. Title IX applies to all students regardless of gender identity. Schools may not retaliate against someone filing a complaint...

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