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Wichita State faculty, student groups, and alumni joined community members at the Christian Faith Center's annual Martin Luther King Jr. parade.   Many of the... [Read More]
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Controversy erupted at May's student government banquet, as incoming Student Body President Paige Hungate's parents were accused of battery and anti-black, hate "fighting words" after... [Read More]
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Four early-stage company entrepreneurs presented their businesses ventures at Demo Day Tuesday evening in the Experiential Engineering Building. One of those businesses got its start... [Read More]
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Four early-stage company entrepreneurs presented their businesses ventures at Demo Day Tuesday evening in the Experiential Engineering Building. One of those businesses got its start... [Read More]
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The Student Government Association passed five resolutions to support on-campus security during the Student Senate meeting on Wednesday night. The five resolutions were crafted based... [Read More]
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On Wichita State's main campus, there are five free speech zones available for "First Amendment activities." Free speech zones are a method of designating First... [Read More]
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The end of the semester can be a looming catastrophe or a shining success, and it all depends on how you handle it. I should... [Read More]
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The Student Government Association discussed changes coming to men's basketball game-day parking at Wichita State during Wednesday's Student Senate meeting. Sarah Graham from Campus Parking... [Read More]
Students in a public health sciences class are providing free tobacco quit kits to Wichita State students in an effort to support WSU's Tobacco Free... [Read More]
Students and university police surveyed Wichita State's main campus Thursday night for safety concerns during the annual Campus Safety Walk. Students and officers discussed potential... [Read More]
Graffiti was found in the remains of Petra Mediterranean Restaurant, near 21st Street and Woodlawn Street, following a two-alarm fire that destroyed the restaurant overnight.... [Read More]
Several sculptures on campus, including the "Sodbuster: San Isidro" sculpture near Elliott Hall, recently received new plaques. Many of the plaques around campus have become worn... [Read More]
A proposed amendment regarding the addition of senators representing specific student organizations of protected classes was withdrawn from consideration during the Student Government Association meeting... [Read More]
In a nation where mass shootings can happen anywhere from a night club to a country music festival, Daylan Andrews feels it is more important... [Read More]
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