The Wichitan

PRIDE hosts third annual drag show

Drag Queen dancing

Karrington Bradley, Reporter

April 11, 2019

People Respecting Identity Diversity for Everyone  hosted a drag show on April 9 as part of Inclusion Now! for about 60 audience members and 12 performers. The pre-sale price was $5 and it was $7 at the door. Teneshia Gold, exercise physiology freshman and PRIDE member, said, "I've never been to o...

Greek life organizations respond to Harvard ruling

Nick Lanier, Reporter

December 5, 2018

This week, Harvard University officials announced sanctions for undergraduates in same-sex organizations. According to newly published, students would be "stripped of opportunities to hold leadership roles in Harvard organizations and athletic teams, and to obtain post-graduate...

Faculty pay House Calls to dorms

Nick Lanier, Reporter

September 19, 2018

Housing and staff members in the residence halls hosted the first House Calls event on Sept. 17, as an opportunity for students living on campus to open their doors to their peers, as well as faculty and staff as they toured each building. “The event is designed to let students know that the professors have their best interests at heart. We want to make ...

International Potluck brings countries together

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

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 together on Noc 14 at 5 p.m.Ruby Arriaga, activities coordinator, said, “International Education Wee...

Revitalization project aims to breathe new life into Lake Wichita

Lake Wichita, circa 1901, is the third oldest lake in Texas and was completed at a cost of $175,000.

Dylan Pembroke

March 16, 2016

For 115 years Lake Wichita has been a cornerstone in the city’s history. Over the last century the lake, constructed in 1901 and originally used for irrigation to power the electricity power plant, has seen both boom and bust and now, barely supports animal life and doesn't support recreation.The Lak...

Homecoming court announced

Amy Clifton

October 28, 2015

Student Government Association officials released the names of the winners of the Homecoming Court Monday. JUNIOR PRINCE: Tyler Garcia, Kappa Alpha JUNIOR PRINCESS: Kylie Goble, Chi Omega SOPHOMORE DUKE: Tyler Browning, SAE SOPHOMORE DUCHESS: Hailey Morris, Chi Omega FRESHMAN LORD: Colton Shank,...

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