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New security fee may replace current parking fees

Hunter Tyler, Reporter February 18, 2019

Beginning the next fall semester, students may find a new security fee replacing the current parking decals on campus. Student Government Association President Ellie Gunderson proposed the fee and presented...

Food insecurity is being dealt with properly

Wichitan Staff January 26, 2019

Our View: Food insecurity is a rarely talked about issue that effects a lot of college students. The Wichitan believes that the university is slowly combating this issue and doing it well. Making sure...

police chief

Police officers help to keep campus secure

Cortney Wood, Managing Editor May 18, 2018

The University Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency and is staffed by both sworn and civilian professional. The 10 sworn police officers along with a telecommunication dispatch...

Daisy Reyes-Guzman

Not the kind of watching over someone wants

Daisy Reyes Guzman October 24, 2017

After my house was broken into, it didn’t feel like home anymore. It took a while for the creepy feeling to go away. My family and I had come back from church Sunday afternoon to the front door...

Surveying Surveillance

Jake Lanoux November 4, 2015

With increased enrollment, and a surveillance system that is ran independently building to building, security on campus is called into question. “If there’s not a process in place to check them...

269 peepholes to be installed across campus

Kharmyn Lewis October 28, 2015

To provide faculty and staff members with an extra level of security, facility services staff members will be installing 269 peep holes in doors across campus beginning Oct.28. Kyle Owen, assistant...

Jonathan Lyne

Are you right for the Republican Party?

The Wichitan February 14, 2015

Is the Republican Party right for our generation? That’s the question that sparked this editorial. But as fair as that question is, it should be reversed. Is our generation right for the Republican...

Screenshot of the Midwestern State University faculty and staff directory.

Faculty profiles hacked, temporarily shut down

Mandi Elrod November 18, 2014

After hackers broke into the university directory last week, professors around campus began getting notifications that their pages had been hacked and found links alleging that all faculty support abortion. Campus...

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