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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...

SGA to celebrate international cultures March 11-13

Clarissa Alvarado, Reporter

March 8, 2019

As a way to celebrate international cultures, the Student Government Association is collaborating with organizations to have three days of activities from March 11-March 13. Kerdell Cuffy, finance senior, senior class senator and chair of the campus culture committee, is the organizer of the event. She sai...

MSU close to becoming a Hispanic-Serving Institution

Angelica Villarreal and Clarissa Alvarado

March 5, 2019

So close, with 19.3 percent of the students identifying as Hispanic, the university is only 5.7 percent away from being federally designated as a Hispanic-Serving Institution. Institutions that are HSI receive a federal grant of approximately $3,117 per student which could equate to more than $4,754,98...

Organization helps students connect with Hispanic culture.

Luz Garcia, nursing sophomore and Daisy Reyes, mass communication sophomore and Samantha Mejia, accounting sophomore talk about OHS at the organization fair that took place before the Empower Me! Summit on Sept. 8.

Yerasly Duran, Reporter

October 11, 2018

The Organization of Hispanic Students strives to promote Hispanic culture an campus. Hispanic students make up 16.3 percent of the student body on campus and in this organization, students learn and show Hispanic art, history, food and language through various events during the year.  Maria Isabe...

Día de Los Muertos ‘is not Mexican Halloween’

Brenda Adame, bilingual education sophomore, and Patricia Ramirez, bilingual education senior, welcome MSU students and guests during the Día de Los Muertos event held by multiple organizations in the Clark Student Center atrium on Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017. Photo by Francisco Martinez

Daisy Reyes Guzman

November 2, 2017

Colorful tables surrounded the Clark Student Center atrium, while the movie “The Book of Life” played in the background. About 49 people made their way around the stations for Día de Los Muertos, which included sugar skull cookie decorating, sponsored by the University Programming Board; flowe...

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