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Cheaper by the Dozen contiene un balance de humor para adultos y humor inocente, 2022.

“Cheaper by the Dozen”, Hace justicia a la nostalgia?

Lizbeth Jaimes, Spanish Editor May 20, 2022

La película “Cheaper by the Dozen” está basada en la película original por el mismo nombre que estrenó en 2003. Se trata de una familia con diez hijos viviendo en Illinois. La historia sigue los...

Family Weekend: is it too soon to bring back?

Dallas Wabbington, Reporter September 23, 2021

Family Weekend has been a tradition at MSU Texas for many years and never fails to bring together the students, their families and the community. Taking place Friday to Sunday, parents, siblings and other...

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...

No Christmas

OPINION: Holidays during the pandemic: should we cancel?

Dallas Wabbington, Reporter November 24, 2020

*Columns are the opinions of their respective authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Wichitan as an organization.* As we get closer to the end of the year, the total number of COVID-19...

A graduating senior’s perspective

A graduating senior’s perspective

Cortney Wood, MSU Graduate May 24, 2020

I truly thought I was okay today. I knew I wasn’t going to walk across the stage on Saturday, May 16. I knew there weren’t going to be documentary screenings, the mass communication final capstone...

Tough times in quarantine

Christian Oseguera, Reporter May 22, 2020

Times are tough, especially during COVID-19. We would’ve never thought that we would get to this point of being so isolated from each other. No one predicted that this would happen. Just because life...

Lacey Grimes

A day in the life: Lacey Grimes

Khirstia Sheffield, Reporter October 16, 2019

It’s 6 a.m. and while most students are sound asleep, her day has just begun. The sweet and tender voices of small children fill her ears forcing her eyes to partially open to a sun-filled room. She...

Students make plans for Thanksgiving break

Amber Hernandez, Reporter November 20, 2018

Turkeys in the oven, families around the table and lots of laughter to go around is what Thanksgiving is usually all about but that isn't the case for all students. For the Thanksgiving holiday, students...

Gupta serves ice cream

Faculty serve ice cream, conversation

Madison Davis, Reporter October 7, 2018

Faculty, most from the West College of Education, served ice cream and conversation to students and their families on Saturday beginning at 3 p.m. in the Quad. The event was the cherry on top of a...

Mustangs 4 Christ aims to help students build stronger relationship with Christ

Jadon Lane, Reporter September 29, 2018

At first glance, things at Mustangs 4 Christ didn't seem very organized. It wasn't that the space located just off campus was disorganized, it was more like the staff just wanted students and others...

Edward Collins, psychology freshman, bends backwards in the talent portion of the the 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Caribfest in Akin Auditorium on Sept 28. Photo by Marissa Daley

International students have additional challenges

Andrea Pedon, Reporter May 18, 2018

Àlex Martínez Roca, taps his foot nervously against the airplane carpet floor as he takes his first look out the window of his new home for the next four years. After living in Barcelona, Spain his...

Choose a major that makes you happy

Rachael Stagner, Columnist April 10, 2018

I came to Midwestern State University to pursue a career in radiology – then I took Intro to Radiology. I hated it. This course made me realize my disinterest in radiology. I am not saying coming...

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