The Wichitan

Administration offers follow-up statements regarding the fascist on campus

Suzanne Shipley

Brendan Wynne, Reporter and Wai-Kun co-editor

December 2, 2019

In the wake of an ill-received statement addressing tweets that identified a fascist sympathizer on campus, the MSU Texas administration has collaborated with student leaders to issue another statement that’s “more transparent, and less formulaic.” “By Friday, we were aware that [the tweets...

Homecoming festivities begin with Lip Sync and Mustang Madness

Corbriyana Wingfield

Amos Perkins, Reporter

October 15, 2019

Lights. Cameras. Madness! Ligon Coliseum was packed full of energetic students ready to dance, sing, compete and let loose. Some entertained with their athletic talents. Others showed off their creativity. More still, danced and sang from the stands and the gym floor. Homecoming festivities kick...

A day in the life of Alonzo Burris:


Kyla Budgewater, Reporter

April 16, 2019

With graduation slowly approaching Uncle Zo has a jam-packed schedule as his days in Wichita Falls are coming to an end. Alonzo Burris, exercise physiology senior has a lot on his plate as he is finishing off his final semester. "After I graduate it's going to be weird because my schedule won't be...

A day in the life of Jamilah Kangudja

Jamilah Kangudja and Taylor Dinkins describe the Culture Festival and invite student passerbys to attend.

Jeri Moore, Reporter

November 30, 2018

As a Black Student Union parliamentarian, senator for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, a member of the Student Government Association, and lover of Chic-fil-A fries; Jamilah Kangudja is known for her outgoing, can-do attitude, quirky personality and willingness to participate...

Black Student Union welcomes all

Jamilah Kangudja, exercise physiology and BSU member, participates in a trash pick up Oct. 5 in Legacy.

Jeri Moore, Reporter

November 6, 2018

"We also want to be that safe place where people can come and voice their concerns," Bradford said.

Students discuss language, race at NAACP meeting

Brandon Gordon, kinesiology senior, Jalal Elrosoul, exercise physiology junior, and other students discussing the topic,

Samuel Sutton

February 16, 2016

More than 30 attended the NAACP meeting, "The Evolution of Bitch," hosted by the MSU chapter of the NAACP on Feb. 11.Organizers said they wanted to present the evolution of the word, "bitch," from the early 1900s to today, to see if students thought this word was evolved because of society and if they...

Classy Affair ends on sour note

Rolanda Ferdinand, junior in general business and Joni Pierre, senior in music perform with the CSO band at Classy Affair Feb. 28 in the Clark Student Center Comanche Suite. Photo by Lauren Roberts.

Lowell Nash

March 4, 2014

Members of the campus NAACP and the Caribbean Student Organization hosted A Classy Affair on Feb. 28 in the Clark Student Center Comanche suite to celebrate the final day of Black History Month, but the event fizzled out due to a lack of couth. The two organizations joined forces to bring a little clas...

Campus NAACP promotes voter awareness

Campus NAACP promotes voter awareness

Jasmine Jones

February 27, 2014

Campus NAACP Promote Voter Awareness from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. In recognition of early voting, which ends Friday, some organizations on campus are informing students know how to let their voices be heard. Campus NAACP chapter President Olivia Whitley is busy raising awareness for voting. To date, Wh...

NAACP sit-in falls short

The Wichitan

February 26, 2014

Nearly a surprise to the dining staff and to the students in the dining hall, the NAACP student chapter held a sit-in on Monday, Feb 25, a sit-in set up to be something educational. The intention was to represent the sit-in that occurred in 1960 when four African-American men sat in a whites only...

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