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One example of hazing is forced or coerced consumption of alcohol brother drugs.

Love, Mom and Dad: The Tragedies of Hazing

Emily Beaman, reporter March 29, 2021

On March 21, five families gathered to share their stories about how they lost their sons to hazing. Presented by The Anti-Hazing Coalition, Love, Mom & Dad: Turning Tragedy into Progress was...

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“Never give up”: Ed Schultz’s powerful road to recovery

Khirstia Sheffield, Feature Editor February 26, 2021

He crossed the line and nearly lost everything. A spiraling disease left him alone as he looked homelessness in the eyes. He couldn’t pay rent, hold a job and was on foot desperately struggling to survive. “I...

Less people = less crime: campus police report drop in campus crime for 2020

Emily Beaman, reporter February 1, 2021

Every year, the Police Department conducts a Security and Fire Safety Report comprised of data collected from January to October of that year. The newest report, released in December of 2020, includes...

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MSU basketball loses 83-82 heartbreaker in overtime against LCU

Thalia Doe, Reporter January 31, 2021

On Saturday, MSU Texas Men’s Basketball team faced Lubbock Christian University in a heart racing battle that the Mustangs lost in overtime with the final score being 83-82 at the D.L Ligon Coliseum...

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Our Silent Superheroes

Khirstia Sheffield, Feature Editor December 28, 2020

As the virus swept across the nation nearly nine months ago, leaving more than 300,000 Americans alone as they spent their last waking moments without physical connection from their families, our nation...

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MSU men’s soccer adjusts to cancellation of fall season

Christian Oseguera, Reporter November 24, 2020

There was hope that the doubt-filled fall semester would still contain a sense of hope for collegiate sports fans and athletes. At first, fall sports were delayed until late September due to COVID-19,...

Bridwell Activities Center begins renovations

Stephanie Robledo, News editor November 17, 2020

The initial stages for the Bridwell Activities Center renovations began Tuesday, Sept. 1. The current Daniel building will become the Bridwell Activities Center to create space for meetings, chapter rooms...

Current MSU students offer advice to incoming freshmen

Stephanie Robledo, News editor November 17, 2020

As 2020's freshmen begin their journey at MSU, current upperclassmen reflect on their first day and offer advice on surviving freshman year of college. “My first day was kinda crazy, because I didn’t...

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MSU Police Department welcomes Amy Van Veen to the force

Khirstia Sheffield, Feature Editor November 11, 2020

The faces behind the badge and pristine suits have not always represented the diverse range of society. In 1838, the city of Boston established the first American police force and 72 years later a woman...

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After 40 years, computer science professor says goodbye to MSU

Khirstia Sheffield, Feature Editor October 16, 2020

In 1973, she was a wide-eyed student in the field of mathematics who was dedicated to her studies. In 1976, her dedication and continuous desire to learn earned her a graduate teaching assistant position...

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March for Peace

Elizabeth Mahan and Stephanie Robledo October 15, 2020

Wednesday, Oct.14 students and faculty members rallied together to march across campus holding signs and chanting three words “Black Lives Matter.” To promote peace, MOSAIC Peer Educators invited all...

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Hispanic Heritage Month: A visual commemoration

Khirstia Sheffield, Feature Editor October 9, 2020

As we slowly transition into a new season, Americans across the nation commemorate the contributions and influence of Hispanic Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States....

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