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Satire: The Gooseman of Sikes Lake

Gooseman

Soma Snikrep, esteemed journalist

October 16, 2020

As the days of October dwindle, the students of MSU have turned their attention to Halloween. Unbeknownst to many of the young Mustangs preparing for spooky season, a true terror lies at the bottom of the duck-infested waters of Sikes Lake: the Gooseman of Sikes Lake.  We asked Mary Jane Marley, ...

How local haunted houses are functioning in the pandemic

Haunted House

Dallas Wabbington

October 16, 2020

October has always been viewed as the time of year when people can dress up as scary creatures and have Halloween parties with treats and scary movies, but Oct. 2020 has different plans as the pandemic remains dominant nearly seven months after the country shut down and many businesses have had to close...

Student-athletes have disadvantage with registration

Carli Woolsey, Reporter

October 11, 2018

The wind became chilly, the days became shorter, and the students became anxious. The month of October brings registration and stress to campus each year. Registration causes confusion and frustration for students across all departments at MSU. Registration can also be particularly hard when advisers...

Low-brass ensemble performs at first Octubafest

Brittany Hill, Reporter

November 1, 2017

The Department of Music introduced the first Octubafest performed by the Low Brass Ensemble to an audience of 50 people in Akin Auditorium Oct. 30. Christopher Vivio, ensemble conductor, said, "This is our firstOctubafest. It's something that was created to showcase ensemble. We hope to expand and...

Theater students perform the Reformation

Christian Love and Autumn Dahl, both theater students, perform the Reformation in Clark Student Center Oct. 31. Photo by Elias Maki

Mia Heck

October 31, 2017

RELATED STORY: Effects of Reformation still visible 500 years later After the theater students performed a scene about the Reformation, about 50 students gathered in Comanche Suits to attend the second half of the 500-Year Reformation presentation, including two panel discussions. “One of the things...

Trick-or-Treat: Time to celebrate All Hallows’ Eve

Justin Marquart

October 25, 2017

Halloween, the time of year when the sun goes sets earlier and it starts to get cold. The one night every year that people can wear costumes, no matter what they are, knock door-to-door and get free candy. People around campus have their own view on Halloween. “It's the most exciting ‘holiday’ for me...

MSU celebrates Oktoberfest

Herbert McCullough

October 15, 2017

German Club members organized an Oktoberfest celebration in the Comanche room of Clark Student Center on Oct. 13. Yvonne Frank, assistant professor of German, explained the history of Oktoberfest dates back to the Kingdom of Bavaria. “The original Oktoberfest is located in Munich and it was originally...

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