Governor Greg Abbott has appointed 10 student regents. One of the regents is from Midwestern State University.
Much of the community is rallying around an MSU senior, who is also a Rider High School graduate.
Changes will soon be coming to Midwestern State University, after the college receives more than $58 million dollars from Texas House Bill 100.
Although the legislation is vague, starting in August, the MSU President will formulate a plan for the new campus carry law.
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MSU Men's Basketball Camp will be June 13th.
About 94 Midwestern State University employees who thought they could be out of a job or reassigned soon are now celebrating good news.
Midwestern State Women's Basketball is hosting a few camps this summer.
Licensed gun owners would be allowed to carry concealed handguns in classrooms, libraries and other campus buildings.
Now that hundreds of graduates are heading out into the working world, will they be able to find jobs? Here's a bit of a spoiler for you: things are looking a bit more cheery this year compared to recent years.
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Dr. Betty Bowles, Associate Professor of Nursing, was named Hardin Professor for 2015 during the Midwestern State University commencement ceremony May 16.
With a record enrollment of freshmen projected next fall at MSU, on top of past records in recent years, MSU officials are working to find the parking spaces and rooms to house all of them.
Wichita Falls Councilors sign off on a major loan for Pratt and Whitney, money they hope will keep jobs in the community.
MSU President Dr. Jesse Rogers is addressing why the university is considering outsourcing 94 facility service jobs.
There is a good chance benefits and retirement for 94 facility services employees at MSU will be impacted if a new company starts managing the service.
Students and community members will gather and pray for peace, the residents of Baltimore, and our nation as the protests and rioting continues.
As a new president prepares to take over at Midwestern State University, the university is exploring the possibility of outsourcing it's facilities services operations.
Elizabeth Smart was 14 when she was abducted in 2002. She will share her story at MSU on April 21st.