The Wichitan

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Spreading awareness at MSU Texas

Soleil Weeks, Reporter October 13, 2021

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Mustangs are focused on raising awareness about the most common type of cancer around the world, throughout October and beyond. “I think that it’s really...

Keith Williamson, medical director of Vinson Health Center, holds up the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, April 8.

Vaccines arrive on Campus

Abigail Jones, Reporter April 18, 2021

Continuing throughout April, Vinson Health Center, Texas Department of Emergency Management and Texas Military Department have partnered together to vaccinate the community.  Keith Williamson, Vinson...

Shea Body Moisture products

A review of Shea Moisture Men Collection: empowering to the male soul

Shunde Hooks March 29, 2021

Shea Moisture, a personal care company, added a new collection to the market strictly for African American men. This collection consists of new bar soaps, exfoliating body wash, conditioner for different...

tampons

Feminine hygiene product bill to be proposed to the SGA

Abigail Jones, Reporter February 15, 2021

A committee out of the Student Government Association will be proposing a bill this semester to the SGA cabinet that puts pads and tampons in female and gender non-conforming restrooms on campus. “It’s...

looking out the window

Before, During and After: How You Can Help Prevent Suicide

Dallas Wabbington, Reporter February 8, 2021

Suicide places second in the most common causes of death among traditional college students. Male, female, straight, gay, black, or white, suicidal thoughts and tendencies do not discriminate and look...

Wichita County Health District announces free COVID-19 testing site

Amos Perkins, Managing Editor November 4, 2020

The Wichita County Health District has announced a free COVID-19 testing site available at the parking lot of the Multipurpose Events Center (MPEC), courtesy of health services company WellHealth. "We...

Hardin building. April 21.

A day in the life: Kayla Khan and her battle with cancer

Khirstia Sheffield, Reporter June 3, 2020

On Nov. 27, 2019 her life changed. She walked into UT Southwestern Dallas hopeful, and walked out uncertain of her destiny. A life that was once centered around freedom, invincibility and youth drastically...

Crazy things to do in quarantine

Christian Oseguera, Reporter May 24, 2020

It’s suggested that everyone continues to practice safe social distancing. "Don’t hang out with large groups of people. In fact, don’t hang out with anyone outside your family," they say.  The healthcare...

Hope amidst COVID-19 panic

Jasmine Amo, Finance Senior April 21, 2020

Feb. 12 marked the record high for the Dow Jones, a whopping average of $29,551.42 displayed an astoundingly historic day for the nation as we drew closer to financial resilience. On Feb. 28, a little...

About 850 people workout at Wellness Center throughout the week days during the fall and spring semester.

The Wellness Center is ‘good to go’ amid extension of spring break due to COVID-19

Bridget Reilly, Photography Editor March 12, 2020

Recreational Sports and Wellness Center Director Angie Reay sent an email to her employees Thursday, March 12, in regards to the extension of spring break due to COVID-19. “Beginning on Monday, March...

Unreachable Destination

Secular sobriety pilot program is brought to campus

Jeri Moore, Reporter October 16, 2019

A pilot program for a more secular version of Alcoholics Anonymous, years in the making from conception to implementation, has made its appearance on campus this fall. The counseling center, a third party...

Health sciences construction

Update: Health sciences building construction

March 15, 2019

The new health sciences building is scheduled to be up and running Fall 2019. As of now the third floor will be home to the faculty offices and the second will be dedicated to nursing and respiratory...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The Student News Site of Midwestern State University
health