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Graduation draws near for some mustangs.

Graduating Mustangs open up about what led them to MSU, and if it was worth it

Amos Perkins, Managing Editor April 18, 2021

There are a number of reasons students choose to attend Midwestern State University. A few graduating seniors shared their reasons for coming to MSU, and whether those reasons ended up being a good enough...

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Before, During and After: How You Can Help Prevent Suicide

Dallas Wabbington, Reporter February 8, 2021

Suicide places second in the most common causes of death among traditional college students. Male, female, straight, gay, black, or white, suicidal thoughts and tendencies do not discriminate and look...

“Paving the runway as the jet is landing” -a look at MSU’s COVID-19 policy for 2020 and Spring 2021

Amos Perkins, Managing Editor December 28, 2020

For the Fall 2020 semester, MSU introduced a number of different protocols in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on campus. Among these protocols were increased frequency in cleaning, maximum capacity...

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OPINION: The struggles of remote learning

Colin Stevenson, Reporter December 5, 2020

*Columns are the opinions of their respective authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Wichitan as an organization.* After spending the latter half of my spring semester at home, I thought...

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....

MSU should go pass/fail

Amos Perkins, Managing Editor April 12, 2020

With the transition to exclusively online classes in full effect at MSU, many students have seen their grades drop, and the best solution is to move to pass/fail. Many students didn't sign up for online...

Man sits on bar stool in front of four traditional arcade games

‘Maniac’s Mansion’ is a new arcade downtown

Karrington Bradley, Reporter May 2, 2019

TAG's Maniac's Mansion an arcade on 8th Street downtown, opened March 29. It features a cereal bar with nostalgic flavors, art collections and a family-friendly atmosphere, inspired to bring more fun to...

Theater department’s ‘Extremities’ opens Sept. 13

Nicole Smalls, Reporter September 12, 2018

After a short rehearsal process, members of the theater department will open the this season with a production of Extremities by William Mastrosimone Sept. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the Bea Wood Studio Theatre. “When...

Accounting senior, Layton Rabb rolls out of the pocket at the football game against West Florida at Memorial Stadium on Sept. 9. Photo by Brittni Vilandre

Football takes down West Florida

Makayla Scheck, Sports Reporter September 10, 2018

The football team tackled the #2 team, University of West Florida. The final score was 38-17. The team trailed behind in the first half, but came back with vengeance in the second half to win the game. At...

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After incident in bar, student reminds others to be aware of surroundings on Consent Day

Bridget Reilly, Reporter September 6, 2018

It was supposed to be an evening of fun and celebration as Paxton Wade, kinesiology senior, and Kenna Brackeen, a graduate of MSU Texas, set out to celebrate Wade's roommate's 24th birthday Sept. 1. The...

Garrison Horton, English senior, presents his project during the Undergraduate Research Endeavors and Creative Activity Forum Kickoff at Clark Student Center on Thursday, April 26, 2018. Photo by Francisco Martinez

Hundreds participate in 10th undergraduate research forum

April 26, 2018

Poster presentations begin at 9 https://t.co/oLxJABFd01 Clark. @MWSU_UGR @MidwesternState pic.twitter.com/kZb20AGwSJ — MSU Wichitan Online (@WichitanOnline) April 26, 2018 FROM THE PRESENTERS Gayal...

Paul Carney, vice president candidate, speaks on increasing marketing for the liberal arts aspect of Midwestern State University at the Candidate Forum in Dillard 101 on Thursday, April 5, 2018. Photo by Francisco Martinez

Paul Carney first to visit campus in search for new vice president

Justin Marquart, Visuals Editor April 18, 2018

Since January, the vice president for enrollment management search committee members have met with an academic search consultant, narrowed the pool from 43 candidates to 10 candidates and video interviewed...

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