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OPINION: Frank & Joe’s: Diversity is NOT a Priority

Dallas Wabbington February 28, 2021

*Columns are the opinions of their respective authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Wichitan as an organization.* I have been going to the Frank & Joe's coffee house for years....

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“Black excellence, Black empowerment, Black success” exemplified by black out photograph

Elizabeth Mahan, Reporter September 16, 2020

To help create a sense of unity in students who are part of the Black campus community, members of the Black Student Union and other Black student organizations gathered together on Sept. 10 to take a...

Question of the week: What is your favorite thing about MSU?

Question of the Week: What’s your favorite thing about MSU?

Alana Earle and Henry Martinez April 23, 2019

What's your favorite thing about MSU? As the semester is wrapping up we asked students what they love most about MSU. Hayes Hooper, political science sophomore | "[I like] how friendly everyone...

Faculty lacks diversity

Khirstia Sheffield, Reporter April 5, 2019

In a world where different cultures intertwine, students need to feel represented through the faculty on campus. Diverse faculty not only enhances opportunities for learning, but it creates an open environment...

Joanne Ortega

A Day in the Life of Joanne Ortega

Herbert McCullough, Reporter April 2, 2019

Joanne Ortega, mass communication senior lived her childhood in Dallas, Texas. She chose this university due to it being a smaller institution. “I was born and raised in Dallas, Texas,” Ortega said....

Humanities welcomes diversity with African American Art and Literature course

Madison Davis, Reporter December 18, 2018

Tyler M. Williams , humanities assistant professor, is teaching an African-American Art and Literature course that will analyze the upbringing of literary works that give insight to political battles from...

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Lifelong Learning Center opens Sept. 12

Kristin Silva, Reporter September 11, 2018

As part of an effort to educate people older than 50, the dedication of the Lifelong Learning Center is Sept. 12 at 11 a.m. "The university prides itself on its diversity," Dave Hartman, LLC coordinator,...

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Shines at Summer’s End

Brian Lang, Film Critic September 3, 2018

Summer is over, but Hollywood has one last blockbuster to offer. Box Office hit “Crazy Rich Asians,” based on the bestselling novel by Kevin Kwan, is the grand finale in a fireworks display of summer...

Candidates for student government give their last debate

Tyler Manning March 22, 2018

As a part of the campaign process for the Student Government Association election, candidates running for SGA leadership roles answered questions and debated for the final time on March 21 in Bolin Room...

Ellie Gunderson, political science junior,  and Steven Elhert, criminal justice senior, answer questions reguarding why they are the best fix for the president position during the Student Government Association Debate at Bolin 100 on Wednesday, March 7, 2018. Photo by Francisco Martinez

Candidates for student government debate

Tyler Manning March 8, 2018

To give candidates running for leadership positions on the Student Government Association a chance to answer questions and debate against their competitors, SGA members hosted debates on March 8 in...

Construction of an elevator is added to Fain to bring building B into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act on Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018. Photo by Francisco Martinez

Campus responds to changes in disability laws

Tasia Floissac February 27, 2018

As a new multi-million dollar plan is being rolled out to address compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, calls are being made for heightened discussion on disability to foster greater...

Lidenia Clarke, Spanish junior, shakes her chest for the camera during the Caribfest Parade that looped from Dillard to Jesse Rogers Promenade Sept. 30. Photo by Rachel Johnson

Global enrollment continues to grow thanks to university’s outreach program

Denush Vidanapathirana December 4, 2017

The wall and shelves of Randy Glean, director of the Office of International Student Services, are filled with pictures of smiling students, the result of his 20 years spent bringing in students from...

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