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A Post-it Note activity helps SGA understand what students to change on campus, such as food options, parking, academics, and more, Sept. 6.

Student government preps new constitution

Cecil Witherspoon, Sports Editor September 9, 2022

A decision to change Change wasn’t just in the air at the latest Student Government Association meeting Tuesday night – it was a deliberate theme, and has been since the summer. Foremost among the...

2021-2022 Student Regent search begins

Stephanie Robledo, News Editor November 24, 2020

Student regent applications are now open. Student government association president, Shelbi Stogdill, political science, history and global studies senior, announced this through Postmaster Wednesday, Nov....

Tuition and fees: Where do student service fees go?

Cydney Menzik, Reporter December 7, 2018

At the beginning of each semester, tuition is due. With every bill, there is a break down where the money goes. Along with basic tuition, there are fees that students attending classes on campus at...

Theater faculty struggles to find why audience sizes are low

Nicole Smalls, Reporter November 4, 2018

In recent years the theater department's audience sizes have gone down, and the faculty members are trying to figure out why. “I do theater for the audience, so if there’s no one coming to the show,...

Luke Allen, 2017 spring graduate in political science, Maria Pena, political science senior, and Jacob Warren, economics junior, follow behind other students holding the sign for the Organization of Hispanic Students in the 2016 homecoming parade. Photo by Izziel Latour

College about more than going to class

Kristin Silva, Reporter May 19, 2018

Whether trying out for a sports team, pledging for Greek Life or joining one of the campus organizations, student involvement increases mental health, helps students strive to graduate and increases overall...

How getting involved on campus lead to being a student government leader

Jose Torres, Columnist April 17, 2018

Before coming to college, I had wanted to be highly involved in campus life. I wanted to be a more outgoing person and my college counselors always talked about the benefits of being involved on campus. To...

Ehlert will strengthen students power on campus

The Wichitan March 28, 2018

OUR VIEW: Because of his continued efforts to support and endorse student organizations, we feel Steven Ehlert would make the most efficient Student Government Association president for the 2018 — 2019...

Candidates for student government give their last debate

Tyler Manning March 22, 2018

As a part of the campaign process for the Student Government Association election, candidates running for SGA leadership roles answered questions and debated for the final time on March 21 in Bolin Room...

Mid-term elections parallel that of student government’s

Markell Braxton-Johnson, Columnist March 20, 2018

At this moment, the students challenged with the task of electing a new slate of Student Government Association executive officers. These candidates state their platform positions, listen to our needs...

Here are the candidates for student government association president

Cortney Wood March 20, 2018

With the final Student Government Association presidential debate on Wednesday, March 21 in Bolin 100, the presidential candidates continue to insert themselves in the campus issues to show support for...

Ellie Gunderson, political science junior,  and Steven Elhert, criminal justice senior, answer questions reguarding why they are the best fix for the president position during the Student Government Association Debate at Bolin 100 on Wednesday, March 7, 2018. Photo by Francisco Martinez

Candidates for student government debate

Tyler Manning March 8, 2018

To give candidates running for leadership positions on the Student Government Association a chance to answer questions and debate against their competitors, SGA members hosted debates on March 8 in...

Almost no students watch State of Union address

Almost no students watch State of Union address

Tyler Manning January 30, 2018

Millions of Americans watched Donald Trump give his first State of the Union address Jan. 30. However, almost none of them were at Midwestern State University. Outside of the political science...

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