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Graduation draws near for some mustangs.

Senior Mustangs speak on their last seasons

Thalia Doe and Jaime Alemán December 1, 2021

With everything in life, there comes a time when things come to an end. MSU athletes have the option of playing either four, or five years if they redshirt their freshman year. It can be easy to view student-athletes...

Mens Basketball seniors celebrate their careers

A letter from the seniors of men’s basketball

Taylor Anderson, Sports Editor February 23, 2020

Four men’s basketball seniors played in the D.L. Ligon Coliseum for the last time against Oklahoma Christian Saturday, Feb. 22. The seniors have shed blood, sweat and tears every day to properly represent...

Mustangs bid farewell to seniors

Amos Perkins, Sports Reporter November 11, 2019

There was a different atmosphere across Mustangs athletics this weekend. The crowds were as raucous as ever but there was a rare emotion present as well — sadness. Between Thursday, Nov. 7 and Saturday,...

Mechanical engineering senior, Zeltzin Reyes and mechanical engineering junior, Abigail Reyes present their research to associate professor of engineering, Jan Brink at EURECA in the Atrium on March 28. Photo by Brittni Vilandre

Undergraduate research gives students hands-on experience

Brittni Vilandre, Reporter March 29, 2018

The Clark Student Center Atrium welcomed 44 students from six departments eager to share their recent research discoveries on March 28 at this spring's Enhancing Undergraduate Research, Endeavors and...

Tyler Colley, graphic design senior, prepares for his senior show as he measures and spaces out his posters for a backpack that he design and handmade on December 4, 2017. Photo by Sara Keeling.

Senior art exhibition opening begins Dec. 8

Tre' Jones December 5, 2017

For more than 40 years, graduating art seniors host a senior exhibition show to display their final art pieces for the MSU and Wichita Falls community to see. This year's opening reception will take...

Student-produced one-act plays end spring semester

Emily Carroll April 27, 2016

Seven theater seniors wrapped up their spring semester with student-produced one-act plays on April 15-16 and 22-23 as part of their graduation requirements. In the Bea Wood Studio Theatre, directors...

In the one-act play Slipping Him the Tongue, Wally played by Kaleb Collins, wakes up confused as he is speaking like Shakespeare after cursing Shakespeares name to his girlfriend.

Seniors direct student-produced one-act plays

Emily Carroll April 20, 2016

As part of their graduation requirements, seven theater seniors direct and produce a series of one-act plays. Since Feb. 6, directors held auditions and from there, began working on their plays to present...

Students produce plays over entire semester

Ethan Metcalf April 29, 2015

Students produce plays over entire semester from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. While most students are studying for finals, theater seniors are preparing for opening night of their student-directed...

Imagine Graduation helps seniors get ready for commencement in May

Morgan Haire March 11, 2015

Peggy Brennan, assistant to vice president for administration and institutional effectiveness, put together Imagine Graduation March 10-11 to help seniors check off the final steps before commencement...

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