The Wichitan

Red River Photography Club seeks to improve its skills and community

Dallas Wabbington, Reporter

March 6, 2020

On the second Tuesday of every month at the Kemp Center for the Arts, the Red River Photography Club gathers to present its recent photoshoot, learn new skills through member-to-member interaction, or from a guest speaker. RRPC provides service to the community as a local organization of photographers...

Amnesty International spreads awareness of human rights and social justice

Amnesty International

Stephanie Robledo, Reporter

March 3, 2020

The Amnesty International campus chapter focuses on spreading awareness of human rights and social justice throughout campus.  “Amnesty International is the largest human rights organization in the entire world; it is an international non-governmental organization. It has offices from more than 50 countr...

A speedy new way to make friends

Speed friending

Kristin Silva and Amos Perkins

February 3, 2020

The room buzzed with the sounds of 24 students asking each other questions regarding their personal interests. Pre-formatted questions laid spread across the square of tables in the Legacy Multipurpose Room for those participating in campus's first-ever "speed friending" event put on by the E.P.I.C....

Building a nonreligious organization for students

The Wichitan

May 2, 2019

OUR VIEW: Religious students find comfort in their religious groups; it is only natural that non religious students would want to feel that same comfort in an organization of their own. We are a university that welcomes diversity. It is about time that our non religious students start a community of...

Nonreligious students have no where to congregate

Monique Fields, Reporter

April 23, 2019

College students believe it is important for the university to provide students with opportunities to share their beliefs and values without feeling stigmatized. Students that identify as agnostic, atheist or nonreligious have no place of fellowship here on campus. The university offers 109 organi...

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...

Lopez: Unlock social media success with organization and planning

lopez talking

Nick Lanier, Reporter

October 4, 2018

As part of Social Media Day on Oct. 1, sponsored by the mass communication department, students learned how to create a plan and execute a conversation online, and how this assists greatly in achieving success on the web. “Organization and planning help out immensely when putting information out there,” AJ Lopez III, digital marketing a...

Forming new club gave me confidence, opportunity

Mitch Kipp, Columnist

April 10, 2018

Seven months ago I never would have imagined where I am now. I wasn't involved in any organizations, but I wanted to join something. I knew Jesse Brown, coordinator of student involvement, was a good guy and I figured he could get me involved in something, so I stopped by his office. By luck, he had...

Echoes of Gospel hosts concert in Burns Chapel

Tyler Manning

November 18, 2017

Student organization, Echoes of Gospel, is hosting its first choir concert on Nov. 19 at 4 p.m. in the Burns Chapel. Echoes of Gospel is a new organization that was founded in the spring semester of 2017 by Preston Busby, president of Echoes of Gospel and criminal justice junior. Busby said, "Students...

Talent show to be held on March 25

Sri Lankan Students' Organization President Tarusha Wanigasekera hosting the Mustangs on Stage Auditions February 22, 2017

Garet Gill

March 7, 2017

The Sri Lankan Students' organization (SSO) is hosting a talent show on March 25. Starting at 6 p.m. at Akin Auditorium there will be numerous acts including a martial arts routine, a tribal dance and a Sri Lankan native dance. "We really want to display the diversity that MSU has to offer. We ...

Sigma Nu hosts dodgeball tournament for local cause

Kristina Abeyta

March 31, 2015

Sigma Nu is sponsoring “Dodge for a Cause,” a dodgeball tournament on April 11 to benefit the Arc of Wichita County, a non-profit volunteer organization. Walter James, business management sophomore and philanthropy chairman for Sigma Nu, said his fraternity's goal is to raise $5000 for the Arc....

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