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SGA fails to inform members about cancelled meeting

SGA fails to inform members about cancelled meeting

Arianna Davis

March 22, 2017

Student Government Association members scattered outside of Dillard Room 101 as they wait for their weekly Tuesday meetings. The March 21 meeting brought the cancelled meeting tally to three. Approximately five members waited inside the empty meeting room, unaware of the cancelled meeting while others gathered...

Make the most of spring semester

Make the most of spring semester

The Wichitan

January 18, 2017

It is with great honor that I welcome everyone back on behalf of Midwestern State’s student body. I hope winter break was great and everyone is ready to tackle another semester here at MSU. To the new Mustangs joining us — I hope MSU is all that you would like it to be and more. To the graduat...

Student motivation, involvement dwindling

Student motivation, involvement dwindling

Dewey Cooper

December 7, 2016

Three weeks.Only three weeks until the long anticipated semester break graces the presence of students. While many are jumping to complete the 16-week-long semester, others are lacking motivation to finish.“I’m ready for it to be over,” Peyton Tally, nursing freshman, said.Many students feel th...

On the ballot: SGA candidates discuss platforms

On the ballot: SGA candidates discuss platforms

Rachel Johnson

March 16, 2016

PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATESRELATED: Gray, Mendoza-Lespron will make perfect SGA team Andrew Gray | Business administration and management juniorWhat word best describes you?“Humble [because of personal life] and professional [because of managerial experience].What are your qualifications?Junior class senator, p...

Gray, Mendoza-Lespron will make perfect SGA team

Gray, Mendoza-Lespron will make perfect SGA team

The Wichitan

March 15, 2016

OUR VIEW: Although all four candidates will serve the students well, we feel Andrew Gray and Andrea Mendoza-Lespron would make the strongest team in the SGA office. Gray's effectiveness and professionalism and Mendoza-Lespron's fresh perspective are our best bet for a successful student government.RE...

30 people attend meeting on campus discrimination

30 people attend meeting on campus discrimination

Rachel Johnson

December 2, 2015

The Town Hall Meeting lead by the black student leaders began their meeting on Nov. 23 with 30 people in attendance in response to recent events on campus . Shayla Owens, management junior, started the Town Hall Meeting  by addressing the purpose behind the meeting. Owens cited different ...

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