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Sport and leisure senior Michael French prepares to take a shot, Nov. 30. French has been playing pool competitively since his second day on campus.

Michael French: student pool player is shooting for more

Donovan Jackson, Reporter December 2, 2022

Sport and leisure senior Michael French's main aim was to become a personal trainer after college. Now, his aim has been directed to the sport of pool, where he travels across the country to compete against...

No Christmas

OPINION: Holidays during the pandemic: should we cancel?

Dallas Wabbington, Reporter November 24, 2020

*Columns are the opinions of their respective authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Wichitan as an organization.* As we get closer to the end of the year, the total number of COVID-19...

Vinson Health Center Medical Director gives information on COVID-19

Kristin Silva, Chief Editor March 12, 2020

As of March 11, America has confirmed an upwards of 1,300 cases of COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus. Some 70 of these cases were respirated from overseas while the other cases were detected and...

Students make plans for Thanksgiving break

Amber Hernandez, Reporter November 20, 2018

Turkeys in the oven, families around the table and lots of laughter to go around is what Thanksgiving is usually all about but that isn't the case for all students. For the Thanksgiving holiday, students...

Before you say “You need to know English”

Rachel Johnson February 13, 2018

When I was in the eighth grade, I lived in Mexico for eight months. Later when I was 18, I went to three countries in Europe. In both experiences I had little to no knowledge when it came to their...

Take advantage, study abroad

The Wichitan November 28, 2017

Our view: Our generation is offered many opportunities our predecessors weren’t, and one of them is the chance to study abroad. While not everyone dreams of traveling the world, it something that as...

Amsterdam travel through my eyes

Amsterdam travel through my eyes

Justin Marquart July 29, 2017

Sorry if I get a little lost here, it was 3 a.m. when I wrote this and I had been awake for more than 15 hours. A group of friends and I traveled to Amsterdam by an overnight bus. This bus is...

London Pride Parade in Westminster, London. Photo by Kara McIntyre

Hello from across the pond

Kara McIntyre July 6, 2017

­   July 19-24 — Italy: We had a mini break from July 20-24, so five of my classmates and I traveled to Italy — specifically Naples, Rome and Venice. I wasn't in charge of planning...

Taylor Morrison, mass communication junior, has completely rebuilt and reconstructed the window frames of the steel bus to be double insulated for more comfort on his summer long trip accross the country. Photo by Cortney Wood

Travel drives student to see beyond hometown

Cortney Wood April 26, 2017

Routine plagues him. Wake up. Class at 9 a.m., and get out at 4 p.m. Go to work, get home, maybe play with the dog a little bit. Then repeat the same thing day after day. Looking back, the only...

Tiffany Thoes, art sophomore, Aaron Campbell, painting senior, and Selena Mize, painting senior, all pose for a photo at the Christmas Art Sale. Image courtesy Elizabeth Yarosz-Ash.

Art students taking trip to Cuba to share techniques

Dakota Mize March 29, 2017

Ruled by communists and famous for its cigars, travel restrictions to Cuba on U.S. citizens were eased toward the end of the Obama administration. To experience the culture and art, four students...

The three panel presenters answer questions the audience has for them on March 25. Photo by Arianna Davis

Diversity drives faculty panel at symposium March 25

Cortney Wood March 28, 2017

Because of the media coverage of cultural diversity, honors students chose professors to discuss why cultural diversity benefits academic successes and the contributions it holds at the 11th annual...

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