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New Students Emergency Fund: covering more than just COVID

Stephanie Robledo, News Editor February 14, 2021

A new Student Emergency Fund that helps students in need of financial support has opened as of the 2021 spring semester. Unlike the COVID-19 Student Emergency Fund, this emergency fund is broader in its...

Matt Park, associate vice president of student affairs  and and enrollment manament and dean of students, gives a brief discription of Title IX at the beggining of the Open Forum about campus safety in CSC Comanche on March 19. Photo by Bridget Reilly

Syreeta Greene given duties as Title IX intake

Tyler Manning, Editor March 27, 2018

Matt Park, dean of students and associate vice president for student affairs, handled all of MSU's Title IX-related cases — until he made a joke about sexual misconduct at a campus safety forum following...

Scott Parazynski, astronaut and medical doctor, gives a lecture as part of the Artist-Lecture series on Sept. 27. Photo by Izziel Latour

Former astronaut, Scott Parazynski, speaks to a crowd of 325

Jacklyn York September 28, 2016

Few seats were empty Tuesday night in Akin Auditorium as former astronaut Scott Parazynski spoke as part of the Artist-Lecture series. "When we go to extraordinary, extreme places on and off the planet,...

Dail Neely at the Wichita Falls Hotter N Hell, Aug. 28, 2016. Photo by Bradley Wilson

Athletes volunteer at Burkburnett rest stop

Samuel Sutton August 30, 2016

There were more than 20 rest stops in this week's Hotter N' Hell 100 race on Aug 27, but the one that saw the most students was the rest stop in Burkburnett. This stop was managed by Leadership Wichita...

Kristi Schulte, housing director, gives details about the faculty-in-residence apartment in Legacy Hall to the Board of Regents during a walk-through on Aug. 4. Photo by Dewey Cooper.

Nearly 500 students to call Legacy Hall home

Jacklyn York August 19, 2016

Within days after classes were out in May of 2015, the parking lot behind Pierce Hall was blocked off. Residents lost 220 parking spaces.During the next 18 months, contractors turned the parking lot into...

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Welcome to the club: Education more than just going to class

Thomas Goad June 2, 2016

From playing a game of Ultimate to joining together in the Catholic Campus Ministry, there are more than 100 groups in which students can get involved, helping them to feel more comfortable and active...

MESA shuttle usage low on Saturdays

MESA shuttle usage low on Saturdays

Morgan Haire April 29, 2015

Since the trial run of the Mustangs Entertainment Shopping and Attractions Route began April 10, the number of weekend riders has continued to decline. The numbers over the weeks have been important...

The Mustangs Shuttle Route stops at the bus stop next to Killingsworth, across the street form the Daniel Building on Feb.17. The Mustangs Shuttle Route runs Monday through Fridays from 7am to 10pm and arrives every ten minutes between the hours of 7am and 12 pm, and runs every 20 minutes from 12 pm to 10 pm. Photo by Rachel Johnson

Students push to expand bus route

Serah Welborn February 18, 2015

With campus growth and major construction to accommodate the rising residential population on the horizon, public transit increasingly seems to be a solution for students without vehicles. A bill...

Despite 61-day marathon, fall break not part of MSU culture

Courtney Gilder November 12, 2014

During the fall semester, students, faculty and staff must go 61 consecutive days without a break, from Labor Day to Thanksgiving. For a student taking a load of 12 hours, that comes out to an estimated...

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