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Quilt Journeys: Pattern Exhibit

Stephanie Robledo, News Editor March 28, 2021

Quilts tell a story, and the Wichita Falls Museum of Art is sharing its own stories through the Quilt Journeys: Pattern exhibit.  “This exhibit appeals to people familiar with quilting but also introduces...

Applied arts and sciences junior and basketball guard Terrell Wilson records in his closet, March 25.

Terrell Wilson shares his music story

Khirstia Sheffield, Feature Editor March 28, 2021

A Houston-born native, Terrell Wilson, applied arts and sciences junior, grew up in a whirlwind of music. Watching family members like Willie D., an American rapper who was best known as a member of the...

New Students Emergency Fund: covering more than just COVID

Stephanie Robledo, News Editor February 14, 2021

A new Student Emergency Fund that helps students in need of financial support has opened as of the 2021 spring semester. Unlike the COVID-19 Student Emergency Fund, this emergency fund is broader in its...

A Broke Student Recipe: Cream Cheese Chicken Chili

Dallas Wabbington, Reporter September 25, 2020

This recipe goes beyond traditional chili, and it's my new favorite recipe to cook. The chili is good for a cold night or any time of year. The leftovers are just as good as the first time. Ingredients: ...

Issac Nunez, marketing junior,  presents his final exam to his Foundations of Business class April 25.

A day in the life of Issac Nunez

Monique Fields, Reporter May 1, 2019

Balancing school, work and a prosperous social life can be a difficult task for many, but Issac Nunez has got it down pact. Students on campus may know Issac from being one-third of the party promoting...

Student worker busy at the campus bookstore.

Campus jobs available to students

Hunter Tyler, Reporter March 20, 2019

Being a college student is full of bills. Bills for tuition and fees, food bills, movie ticket bills. The list goes on and on. To help students pay these bills, a number of campus departments offer jobs...

Devon Hagy

Sophomore has busy days while involved in church, work

Amber Hernandez, Reporter October 22, 2018

Devon Hagy, sophomore nursing, full-time student, part-time Old Navy employee, youth leader at Colonial Church, and  student leader at Baptist Student Ministry has busy days, but was able to make...

Students get Caribbean experience with new Study Abroad program

Luke Bryant, Reporter September 17, 2018

The Island of Grenada, one of the Caribbean islands, was the newest destination for the Study Abroad program, a program that allowed students to attend a foreign university for two weeks while being...

People wait in line to get tacos from El Norteno on Sept. 22 on Jesse Rogers Memorial Promenade. Photo by Gabriella Solis.

Food Truck Friday a chance to try local food

Jeri Moore, Reporter September 6, 2018
The first 100 students will get a ticket that can be used to get an item from the food trucks. The item and participation are dependent on the food trucks themselves, Ruby Arriaga, the coordinator of Student Activities in the Office of Student Involvement, explained.
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Maroon: It’s more than just a color

Daniel Laudermilk and Taylor Robinson May 11, 2018

During football games students wave flags and paint their bodies with school colors. The Alma Mater proudly touts the maroon and gold. In the fall of 2015, to ensure consistency as part of the university’s...

Senior Walk first steps on May 10

Cortney Wood, Managing Editor May 9, 2018

To enrich campus traditions through celebrating graduates, James Johnston, provost and vice president for academic affairs, and Tony Vidmar, vice president for university advancement and public affairs,...

Preston Busby, criminal justice junior, speaks at the second Student Government Association debate for the 2018-2019 SGA officer candidate positions in Bolin 101, March 21, 2018. Photo by Rachel Johnson

Student government executives promote presence for incoming administration

Cortney Wood and Tyler Manning April 3, 2018

President's Response With 6.6 percent of the student population voting in the Student Government Association election, Maria Peña, president, said she is "disappointed" in the turn out. "I am disappointed...

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