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U.S. Senate seat representing Texas up for grabs

U.S. Senate Candidates for Texas

Stephanie Robledo, News Editor

October 23, 2020

On November 3rd, Texans will not only be voting for the next president of the United States but also for the next Texas representative for the U.S. Senate. This year’s candidates are incumbent John Cornyn, M.J. Hegar, David B. Collins and Kerry McKennon. Also running is Independent write-in candida...

SGA to celebrate international cultures March 11-13

Clarissa Alvarado, Reporter

March 8, 2019

As a way to celebrate international cultures, the Student Government Association is collaborating with organizations to have three days of activities from March 11-March 13. Kerdell Cuffy, finance senior, senior class senator and chair of the campus culture committee, is the organizer of the event. She sai...

Texas cell phone ban a tough sell

Miguel Blanco, respiratory care sophomore, April 21. Photo taken by Francisco Martinez.

Kristina Abeyta

May 5, 2015

Every day the Hardin Tower bells ring as students hurry to their next class or try to beat the lunch rush in the cafeteria, and while the campus is increasingly becoming a resident campus, there are still a large number of commuter students which means one important thing—there are a lot of cars, too...

Rogers committed to education, students, innovation

Rogers committed to education, students, innovation

Brianna Sheen

April 27, 2015

Although University President Jesse Rogers’ job title has changed and his responsibility has grown over the course of his 48 years of service at MSU, his professional ideals have remained the same, rooted in his academic background and devotion to his students. COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION Rogers’ professional beginnin...

Student Government presidential elections April 8-12

Student Government presidential elections April 8-12

Cody Samples

April 7, 2015

Student Government Association elections run from April 8-12. I talked with the three candidates for president: Julia Brady, Jesse Brown and Marco Torres, to get some insight into the election. Why did you get into student government? "I would love to expand my leadership position," Julia Brady...

Interview with Don Henschel

Cody Samples

December 2, 2014

FOL Interview from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. RELATED STORIES Setting up Fantasy of Lights takes more than 600 hours 40 years of holiday cheer kicks off with three concerts Music of the Hardin bell tower Jesse Rogers' last turn at Fantasy of Lights Fantasy of Lights funded through donations New 5K r...

Board of Regents approves funds for new dorm, mass comm facility

The original long-range, master plan, shows sites of facilities to be built decades in the future depending on enrollment and funding.

Ethan Metcalf

November 14, 2014

The Board of Regents approved a 500-bed housing project and an addition to the east side of the Fain Fine Arts Center to house the Mass Communication Department. The board approved a maximum bonding of the project at $38.25 million, $5 million of which will fund the mass communication building. Const...

New residence halls being planned

Cody Samples

October 17, 2014

New Dorms from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. To help with the increasing numbers of students living on campus, architects met on campus this week to finalize plans for new residence halls. "Looking at building an approximate 500-bed resident facility, it's going to be a more true residence hall,"...

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