The Wichitan

Community leaders stress importance of city bonds

Community leaders stress importance of city bonds

Tyler Manning, Editor

April 24, 2018

In a matter of a few short weeks, there is an opportunity to completely reshape tone, environment and infrastructure of Wichita Falls. Those eligible to vote in the city of Wichita Falls will have the chance to vote on seven proposed bonds with significant consequences for key areas in town. Members from ...

Panelists share immigration stories, discuss struggles

Panelists share immigration stories, discuss struggles

Chloe Phillips, reporter

April 3, 2018

Aspirations, to live a better life or just to play soccer.  As a part of Inclusion Now week and to "make people aware of the culture that is on campus," Bilingual Education Student Organization and Fain College of Fine Arts hosted "Immigration Stories" in Legacy Multipurpose Room. With a panel of five...

To increase retention, enrollment, university needs VP of enrollment

The Wichitan

November 10, 2017

OUR VIEW: Because campus enrollment remains largely unchanged, administrators need to hire a vice president of enrollment management. There is a clear lack of substantial increase to the amount of newly enrolled students. If the school wishes to grow and thrive, it must have more revenue to fund ...

Art therapy helps students ‘cope with stress’

Greta Lazzarotto

March 2, 2017

As an effort to help healing, growth and self discovery, counselors promote art activities open to all students. The Counseling Center has the workshop "Discover U @ MSU"  March 20- April 3 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Sunwatcher Clubhouse. Counselor Ginger Boller, organizer of the event, combined her...

Legacy Hall marks signs of growth

The Wichitan

August 30, 2016

Our view: Though unfinished, Legacy Hall makes campus even better. After 15 months of construction and $35.5 million later, 492 students have a brand new place to call home — Legacy Hall. While it is not entirely finished yet, the parts that are finished make great additions to the campus and the open...

Enrollment remains steady despite rise in residents

Ethan Metcalf

August 26, 2014

The rising number of resident students may give the impression that the university's student body is growing, but the enrollment numbers paint a different picture. With 5,916 students enrolled in 2012 followed by a slight drop to 5,870 in 2013, the university has only grown in the number of resident...

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