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The Student News Site of Midwestern State University
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    In an effort to get students more involved in recreational sports, campus officials created The Mustang Cup and held a meeting gauge interest Thursday, Jan. 22. “It’s just a new way to get people involved into rec sports,” said Caleb Hannon, assistant director of recreational sports and wellness center, said. “An added competition to promote semester-long […]

    The post Mustang Cup gets students involved in sports appeared first on The Wichitan.


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    The Cavalry, the Ultimate team, participated in its first tournament of the semester this past weekend, Oct. 10-11. The team brought home three victories and finished seventh place overall, when they were predicted to finish dead last. As the sun rose over Penberthy Sports Complex in College Station, the Ultimate team could be seen stretching out, […]

    The post Cavalry bring home three wins appeared first on The Wichitan.


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    The members of Alpha Phi will be hosting the first Mr. Heartthrob competition on April 30 in the Comanche Suites. The competition will be a four-part pageant consisting of a formal attire competition, a swimsuit competition, a talent show, and a question and answer segment. “We thought it would be a fun way to raise money,” Shelby Emerson, education […]

    The post Alpha Phi members hope to raise $300 at April 30 pageant appeared first on The Wichitan.


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    Last year there were 20. But not this year. After thunderstorms threatened the punt, pass and kick competition, only eight people competed – all men. “Weather was definitely a factor,” Rusty Brixey, sports administration graduate student, said “Last year the turn out was better.” Brixey went on to say that last year’s turn out brought 20 […]

    The post Weather fails to disrupt punt, pass and kick competition appeared first on The Wichitan.


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    Smoke in the air and the smell of hamburgers and hot dogs cooking on the grill, different music all over and the loud voices of football fans all around. These sounds, sights, and smells are common for a college tailgate party. Kierian Hunter, math sophomore, said, “You can find a lot of things at a […]

    The post Homecoming tailgate party and competition takes off appeared first on The Wichitan.


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    About 25 residents of Killingsworth Hall participated in the annual bake-off competition on Feb. 27 in an attempt to bring back tradition and prove which sex is better. “The bake-off used to be a thing some time ago, so we decided to bring it back to life and make our residents compete,” Tiare Hidalgo, resident assistant […]

    The post 25 compete in second annual bake-off appeared first on The Wichitan.


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    Student Government Association members are holding Field Day non-competitive events on Wednesday, Oct. 18 at the Quad beginning at 5 p.m. with competitions starting at 6 p.m. Jacob Warren, SGA publicity chair and economics senior, said, “Field Day is part SGA’s initiative to be more involved with the students and trying to retain them. A […]

    The post Field Day to make debut Oct. 18 appeared first on The Wichitan.


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    Jacob Warren, economics junior, organized the first Field Day competitions as part of homecoming week. Students headed to the quad at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 18 for non-competitive events and 6 p.m. for the actual competitions. RELATED STORIES Football takes down West Texas A&M Music students perform at Burns Chapel Opening Engineering students sail […]

    The post Field Day competitions photo gallery appeared first on The Wichitan.


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    The annual High School Art Competition opened this week in the Fain Fine Arts Center Foyer Gallery. The art show will be housed in the gallery from Jan. 29, until Feb. 3. The gallery consists of at least 250 pieces of artwork from different high schools in the surrounding area. Steve Hilton, associate professor of […]

    The post High school art show kicks off appeared first on The Wichitan.


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    In an effort to get students more involved in recreational sports, campus officials created The Mustang Cup and held a meeting gauge interest Thursday, Jan. 22. “It’s just a new way to get people involved into rec sports,” said Caleb Hannon, assistant director of recreational sports and wellness center, said. “An added competition to promote semester-long...

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    The Cavalry, the Ultimate team, participated in its first tournament of the semester this past weekend, Oct. 10-11. The team brought home three victories and finished seventh place overall, when they were predicted to finish dead last. As the sun rose over Penberthy Sports Complex in College Station, the Ultimate team could be seen stretching out,...

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    The members of Alpha Phi will be hosting the first Mr. Heartthrob competition on April 30 in the Comanche Suites. The competition will be a four-part pageant consisting of a formal attire competition, a swimsuit competition, a talent show, and a question and answer segment. “We thought it would be a fun way to raise money,” Shelby Emerson, education...

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    Last year there were 20. But not this year. After thunderstorms threatened the punt, pass and kick competition, only eight people competed – all men. “Weather was definitely a factor,” Rusty Brixey, sports administration graduate student, said “Last year the turn out was better.” Brixey went on to say that last year’s turn out brought 20...

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    Smoke in the air and the smell of hamburgers and hot dogs cooking on the grill, different music all over and the loud voices of football fans all around. These sounds, sights, and smells are common for a college tailgate party. Kierian Hunter, math sophomore, said, “You can find a lot of things at a...

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    Student Government Association members are holding Field Day non-competitive events on Wednesday, Oct. 18 at the Quad beginning at 5 p.m. with competitions starting at 6 p.m. Jacob Warren, SGA publicity chair and economics senior, said, “Field Day is part SGA’s initiative to be more involved with the students and trying to retain them. A...

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    Jacob Warren, economics junior, organized the first Field Day competitions as part of homecoming week. Students headed to the quad at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 18 for non-competitive events and 6 p.m. for the actual competitions. RELATED STORIES Football takes down West Texas A&M Music students perform at Burns Chapel Opening Engineering students sail...

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    The annual High School Art Competition opened this week in the Fain Fine Arts Center Foyer Gallery. The art show will be housed in the gallery from Jan. 29, until Feb. 3. The gallery consists of at least 250 pieces of artwork from different high schools in the surrounding area. Steve Hilton, associate professor of...