The Wichitan

Few attend inauguration watch party

Sandy Shawver, kinesiology professor watches the inauguration as well as Jackson Simmons, chemistry junior and

Stephen Gomez

January 21, 2017

The inauguration watch party was anything but a party —with 96 chairs available, most were empty throughout the live-streamed inauguration of President Donald Trump. The party was held in Comanche starting at 8 a.m. ending at 2 p.m. by the Office of Student Development and Orientation. Jackson Simm...

Poll shows students ‘not excited’ for Trump’s presidency

Bridget Reilly

January 18, 2017

As President Barack Obama ties loose ends around the White House office, President-elect Donald Trump prepares his inaugural speech and prepares to be the 45th President of the United States starting Jan. 20. Since Trump began running for President back in June 2015, strong mixed reviews circled th...

Inauguration important no matter the vote

The Wichitan

January 18, 2017

OUR VIEW: No matter who you voted for, it's important to wish for our country's success, regardless of the President.As the presidential inauguration date draws closer, part of the country will be donning their Make America Great Again hats and celebrating the induction of our President-elect Donald...

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