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Police officers help to keep campus secure

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Cortney Wood, Managing Editor

May 18, 2018

The University Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency and is staffed by both sworn and civilian professional. The 10 sworn police officers along with a telecommunication dispatch team operate all day, every day. As they prepare to move into an improved building in the next two mont...

Frank Warren shares the secrets of others

Frank Warren, Artist-Lecture Series guest speaker, speaks to the audience about some of the more serious secrets he had received, the one in particular he brought up was a postcard he received with a picture of a door with a hole made in it with a note on the back saying that the hole was from their mother trying to get in to finish beating them. Warren said when he posted this secret about a dozen more photos followed with more doors with holes in it. Photo by Rachel Johnson

Mia Heck

January 18, 2018

Frank Warren, founder of PostSecret and the man who knows the secrets of millions of people from all over the world, spoke in Akin Auditorium with a compelling message of the power secrets hold on Jan. 18. "Secrets are the currency of intimacy,” Warren said. “And by sharing them with those ...

New app puts safety at your fingertips

Houston Pokorny, theater senior checks out the new MSU Safety app on his phone. Photo by Jeanette Perry.

Jeanette Perry

September 8, 2016

After the producers of an older version of the MSU Safety app began charging for what university officials believed were free services, police officials released a new app- one that is completely free. “ The one that we had in place at the time may have been a pretty good app at the time, but it h...

Students invent smarter way to park

Reuben Denwe, mechanical engineering junior, answers a question from Keith Lamb after the presentation on SmartPark, a parking app that will allow users to know how many spaces are open in a parking lot. Photo by Lauren Roberts

Austin Quintero

September 9, 2014

The students behind newly founded tech company Solution Senter met with Keith Lamb, vice president of student affairs and enrollment management, Sept. 4 to discuss their theory on how to make parking on campus easier. Enaho Atamenwan, former student in mechanical engineering and founder of Solution Se...

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