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MSU Texas Cheer takes home silver at Nationals

Amos Perkins, Editor in Chief April 29, 2021

The MSU Texas cheer team competed in the UCA and UDA College Cheerleading and Dance Team National Championship and finished second place in the Open Coed Game Day Division Wednesday, April 28. "This...

Dillard Business College mentors and inspires the next generation of business owners

Godwin C. Ukaa, Writer April 23, 2021

Students from the Dillard College of Business Administration will be mentoring third to fifth graders from the community on April 24 in this year's Lemonade Day event. Lemonade Day is an annual program...

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ANNOUNCEMENT: I.M.O. Column contest details

Amos Perkins, managing editor February 24, 2021

Have something you want to complain about or boast about MSU? This is your chance! The Wichitan is holding the first "In My Opinion" column contest now until March 22, open to any MSU Texas Student...

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Pipe in Sunwatcher Village bursts due to cold; MSU staff stays cool under pressure

Abigail Jones and Thalia Doe February 18, 2021

Sunwatcher Village apartments had a sprinkler system pipe burst on Wednesday, Feb. 17 that flooded water into nearby apartments. “[The flooding] wasn’t in anybody’s apartment originally, because...

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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...

MSU Texas in final steps of being approved for COVID vaccine

Abigail Jones January 31, 2021

The MSU Texas Vinson Health center is in the final steps of being approved for distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. University President Suzanne Shipley said she attributes this to MSU’s safety. "We...

A graduating senior’s perspective

A graduating senior’s perspective

Cortney Wood, MSU Graduate May 24, 2020

I truly thought I was okay today. I knew I wasn’t going to walk across the stage on Saturday, May 16. I knew there weren’t going to be documentary screenings, the mass communication final capstone...

Women's tennis

Locker room talk: Emilija Segetlija

Taylor Anderson, Sports Reporter April 1, 2020

Emilija “Emma” Segetlija, finance senior, was born and raised in Belgrade, Serbia. Segetlija started playing tennis when she was nine-years-old and officially decided in high school that she wanted...

Inmates assist with the demolition of acquired property

Colin Stevenson, Reporter/Photographer March 5, 2020

After its approximately $3 million purchase, construction on the property at 2733 Midwestern Pkwy has begun with the help of local inmates. They are performing demolition in collaboration with Wichita...

Dr. Shipley

A day in the life: President Suzanne Shipley

Khirstia Sheffield, Reporter March 4, 2020

It’s 6 a.m. and as the sun slowly inches across the sky, her eyes gently open. The faint noises from her dogs crack through the morning silence as they hear their food clang against the metal bowls....

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The Mustangs berth another nail biter

Taylor Anderson, Sports Editor February 21, 2020

Tension rose in the house of the Mustangs as they went against Arkansas Fort Smith Lions, winning 75-70, Thursday, Feb. 20 at 5:30 p.m. Adversity continues to hit the team as their Head Coach Noel...

Issues transgender students face on campus

Reese Beasley, Reporter November 21, 2019

For transgender and non-binary students, life on campus and almost anywhere can be difficult. “I feel kind of safe, but it makes me nervous that there are people that would rather eradicate me and...

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