The Wichitan

Los Muertos: Un Festival de Celebración de la Vida

Liliana Huerta, Reportera November 4, 2022

El sábado 27 de octubre de 2022 hubo un festival en el centro de Wichita Falls, en Travis Park, entre las calles 8 y 9, desde las 5 pm a las 10 pm. El festival se llama “Los Muertos: Un Festival de...

La Sierra de Órganos es parte de la Sierra Madre Occidental y presenta piedras creadas por la erosión y la actividad volcánica, dic. 29, 2021.

Las Maravillas de la Sierra de Órganos

Fernando Piedra, Reportero March 11, 2022

La Sierra de Órganos es un lugar muy bonito en México y de un precio accesible para los estudiantes a los que les guste hacer turismo. Es un parque nacional localizado en Zacatecas, a 30 minutos de Sombrerete,...

MSU celebrates Día de los Muertos

Stephanie Robledo, Managing Editor November 4, 2021

Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead is a holiday that honors those who have died. The holiday originated in Mexico and is celebrated on Nov. 1st and 2nd. Nov. 1 is el día de los innocentes or day of...

Before you say “You need to know English”

Rachel Johnson February 13, 2018

When I was in the eighth grade, I lived in Mexico for eight months. Later when I was 18, I went to three countries in Europe. In both experiences I had little to no knowledge when it came to their...

Las Posada brings inclusivity, culture to campus

Herbert McCullough December 3, 2017

The Bilingual Education Student Organization members and Omega Delta Phi, Inc. members organized Las Posada at MSU for the community in Wichita Falls at 6 p.m. in the Clark Student Center Atrium. Patricia...

Senior has first EURECA experience

Herbert McCullough November 28, 2017

During my senior year, I have had the privilege of being a part of Enhancing Undergraduate Research Endeavors and Creative Activities program and presenting my project at the fall 2017 Undergraduate...

Natty Cervantes

‘A violent minority does not equate a violent majority’

The Wichitan October 10, 2017

"Do you know any cartel members?" "I heard it’s like, really dangerous there." "Aren’t you scared to visit?" These are only a few of the reactions I’ve received when I tell people I’m...

Ana Lopez is an exercise physiology alumna.

‘I am Mexican, not an alien’

The Wichitan July 7, 2017

I was only three years old when my father decided to migrate to the U.S. and follow the "American Dream." Just like many immigrants, he risked his life crossing the border to give us a better life....

Psychology grad students Kietha Peters, Alyssa Morse, and Miriam Boateng enjoy their food at the International Potluck Monday night.

International Potluck brings countries together

Alyssa Mitchell November 16, 2016

There was the smell of meat and spice in the air. People sat around with their friends eating a variety of food from all around the world. The International Potluck brought people from all walks of life...

Josie Wise, art freshman, review over the featured photos at the opening recepetion of Existe Lo Que Tiene Nombre: Contemporary Photography in Mexico displayed at Juanita Harvey Art Gallery on March 4th. Photos by Kayla White.

Diversity of Mexico characterized by photos and projections

Lane Riggs March 8, 2016

Existe lo que tiene nombre: the Contemporary Photography in Mexico show opened in the Juanita Harvey Art Gallery on March 4 at 6 p.m., featuring the works of more than 20 different artists, who speculate...

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