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MSUs Core Values set guidin principles for the university, Feb. 18.

MSU Presents Core Values

Javier Contreras, Reporter February 25, 2022

MSU celebrated its core values on Friday, Feb. 18 at a come-and-go social event from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. in Clark Student Center. The five core values for the university are: people-centered, community,...

Wichita Falls-based coffee shop, Frank and Joes Coffee House.

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....

black out photograph

“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...

lady in turquoise cardigan writes on board

Sister 2 Sister concludes last meeting of the semester

Karrington Bradley, Reporter April 24, 2019

Sister 2 Sister had its last activity session of the semester on April 22, an activity focused on "road mapping," or planning goals, for the summer and making a game plan to achieve these goals. Syreeta...

Students, athletes participate in ongoing unified basketball league

Peyton Alonzo, Reporter March 14, 2019

The Wellness Center began partnering with the local Special Olympics in fall of 2016, creating the unified sports league for students and athletes. This is the first semester that the unified basketball...

Special Olympics brings inclusion to campus

Madison Davis, Reporter October 18, 2018

The North Texas Special Olympics, an official club on campus, is looking to offer opportunities designed to include the athletes in and out of the classroom. Area Director Mike Strickland said he is...

Becoming a Hispanic Serving Institution discussed during series

Carli Woolsey , Reporter October 17, 2018

The members of the Office of Equity, Inclusion and Multicultural Affairs sponsored the Hispanic Serving Institution critical conversation series to discuss the different approaches to serving Hispanics...

As a way to inform students about activism, Syreeta Greene, director of equity, inclusion and multicultural affairs, gives students and faculty information on how to speak up about their concerns at the Critical Conversations Series on Monday, April 23, 2018 in the Legacy Hall Multipurpose Room. Photo by Joanne Ortega

Critical Conversations series informs on advocacy

Chloe Phillips, Reporter April 24, 2018

To have "a proactive and supportive" conversation on advocacy and activities, staff from the Office of Equity, Inclusion and Multicultural Affairs staff hosted their final session of the semester on...

Amy Levy, biology sophomore, squirts her yellow team rival Zaquera Wallace, biology junior, with green paint during the Paint Fight held behind the Wellness Center, Friday April 6, 2018. Photo by Rachel Johnson

Inclusion Now paint fight splatters Sikes Lake

Chloe Phillips, Reporter April 8, 2018

Laughter, screams and paint splatters from about 20 attendees filled the air surrounding Sikes Lake. The Inclusion Now! Festival came to a close with a paint fight in an "active and fun" way on April...

Anissa Jones, exercise physiology junior, reads life works of Martin Luther King Jr. for the 50th anniversary of the assassination of King outside of the CSC, Wednesday, April 4, 2018. Photo by Francisco Martinez

50th anniversary of Martin Luther King assassination

Andrea Pedon, Reporter April 4, 2018

Campus officials and students commemorated the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. by laying a wreath around the memorial plaque on campus just outside Clark Student Center...

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...

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