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Newspaper theft raises questions about camera functionality

Newspaper theft raises questions about camera functionality

May 1, 2018

After last week's edition of The Wichitan were stolen in bulk, the campus police were notified on April 25 of thefts in the Clark Student Center, Moffett, Dillard and Bolin, during which around 200 newspapers valued around $50 were taken. In an email sent by Patrick Coggins, university police ...

Take safety into your own hands

The Wichitan

April 26, 2017

OUR VIEW: Lock your doors, download the MSU Safety app and travel in pairs. In light sexual assault awareness month many events discussing how to remain safe on campus have presented themselves. There are many ways to remain safe on a college campus, but locking dorm rooms, always walking with a fr...

Construction should help, not harm

The Wichitan

May 4, 2016

With the construction of the new dorm, mass communication building and turf fields, the rise in construction workers and their equipment is inevitable. Sections of parking lots have been closed or blocked off, and gates have been put up around what used to be easily accessible sidewalks.Students pay for p...

269 peepholes to be installed across campus

Kharmyn Lewis

October 28, 2015

To provide faculty and staff members with an extra level of security, facility services staff members will be installing 269 peep holes in doors across campus beginning Oct.28. Kyle Owen, assistant vice president of facility services, said, “Last fall I got an email from Dr. Carlson. It had been...

Police chief: 10 safety tips

Police chief: 10 safety tips

The Wichitan

August 21, 2014

I want to welcome students back to campus. I hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable semester. As we all get back in the routine of a new academic year, I want to remind everyone of some general safety tips. Familiarize yourself with the layout of the campus. Survey the campus while classes are in se...

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