Missed opportunities and turnovers were the downfall of the Mustangs when they faced off against Northern State (NSU) on September 10. The Mustangs gave up 28 points in turnovers and special teams miscues.
“If you give up 28 points in turnovers you’re not going to beat anyone in the Northern Sun... READ MORE »»
Number four ranked SMSU Mustangs were upset by #20 ranked Augustana on Thursday, Sept. 15 at home.
It was a hard fought battle as the Mustangs took the early lead winning the first match 19-25. Augustana battled back and won the second set by the same 25-19 score. That stoked the Mustangs’ fire as ... READ MORE »»
With her position directing a play at Tracy High School, SMSU junior Morgan Benson is single-handedly defying the idea that theatre majors do not get jobs.
When a community member approached Benson about directing the first play at her former high school, she couldn’t say no. “The Nerd,” a play ... READ MORE »»
The SMSU Mustangs defeated No. 19 UMD Bulldogs 42-38 on Thursday, Sept. 3 in a thrilling come from behind victory at Mattke Field. There were many great plays in this game but the play that turned the tables for the Mustangs was senior defensive back Michael Everett’s interception with roughly three... READ MORE »»
When handed her bachelor’s degree in exercise science at SMSU last spring, Faith Depuydt did not expect to voluntarily be living in a lifestyle similar to that of someone in poverty.
Depuydt thought that she would be in graduate school looking to further her education even more, but instead she turn... READ MORE »»
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is sponsoring a book club which will open a dialogue toward race relations.
The book “Time for the Truth: Race in Minnesota,” edited by Sun Yung Shin, will be discussed. The club is open to everyone in the community and will meet the third Monday of each month for the rest of the semester.
The idea for the book club started with Assistant Professor of Eng... Read More »
In July, the Technology Resource Center (TRC) moved its location to the main floor of the McFarland Library from its previous location across from the Career Services office.
The TRC’s move resulted from discussions between the Information Technology Service (ITS) and library staff about improving technology services for students. In previous years, students visiting the library often had questions... Read More »
With growing support of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) community in the nation, there has been an equal level of support at Southwest Minnesota State University. Given this, the GLBTA Club at SMSU has become an active group in the past few years that continues to grow.
Along with growing membership, the GLBTA Club is seeing more attendance at meetings. Their current space has ... Read More »
Who is that little kid with the curly hair and no front teeth that you keep seeing on your Twitter feed? Or that slightly creepy theme song that people keep dancing to in Vines? Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matara... Read More »
SMSU Homecoming events start Monday, Sept. 26. Chartwells will kick us into Homecoming with a meal in the Alumni Plaza from 5 to 7 p.m.
Tuesday night is candidate’s night, where a hypnotist will hypnotiz... Read More »
The Southwest Minnesota State University’s theatre department will be performing the upcoming play “44 Plays for 44 Presidents”.
Nadine Schmidt, SMSU theatre professor, SMSU’s theatre productions... Read More »
Finals week is looming, so it’s time to start preparing your study snacks! While it’s best for your brain and body to snack on some brain food like almonds, fresh veggies and hummus, or mixed berr... Read More »
The Hmong Student Organization (HSO) club is dedicated to several different areas. HSO president, Fong Vang, explained and shared more about the club and what they do as an organization.
“Our club is based... Read More »
From its humble beginnings last December, the local Society for Creative Anachronism group has nearly tripled in size.
“We started out with six members,” founder Jenny Parkhurst said. “Of the four ... Read More »