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Photo courtesy of the Forensic Science Society at Wichita State
Forensic Science Society dispels myths about field, discusses club
Lydia Steeby, Reporter • February 27, 2024

Forensic science is not just murder mysteries and true crime podcasts — it’s a distinct field that brings scientists into criminal justice. The Forensic...

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This weeks news in brief — Feb. 24
This week's news in brief — Feb. 24
Courtney Brown and Allison Campbell February 24, 2024

FAFSA priority date extended to April 1 Following the delay from the new 2024-2025 FAFSA process, Wichita State University has extended its FAFSA priority...

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‘I came here to do big things’: Engineering alum discusses starting her own company
Maleah Evans, Reporter • February 24, 2024

By running her design business, Amber Williams, a Wichita State engineering alum, aims to support other women of color and disadvantaged community...

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Kansas Board of Regents Chair Jon Rolph speaks during the Dec. 14, 2022, meeting of KBOR.
KBOR speaks out against proposed DEI legislation
Trinity Ramm, Managing Editor • February 23, 2024

Jon Rolph, chair of the Kansas Board of Regents, defended diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in his chair’s report at a KBOR meeting on Feb. 14. His...

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Women’s golf starts spring season with a top-10 finish in Rio Verde Invitational
Owen Prothro, Reporter • February 29, 2024
Bijan Cortes jumps to pass the ball to a teammate during the first half of the Feb. 21 game against Tulsa.
No blown lead this time: men’s basketball holds on for win vs UAB
Jacob Unruh, Assistant Sports Editor • February 28, 2024
Sophomore infielder Sami Hood throws the ball to first base to get an out during the Oct. 8 game against South Dakota State.
Softball goes 4-1 in Razorback Invitational, beats another ranked opponent
Owen Prothro, Reporter • February 27, 2024
Freshman guard Salese Blow drives to the basket during the first half of the game against East Carolina on Feb. 5.
Charlotte crushes women’s basketball in 26-point victory
Melanie Rivera-Cortez, Sports Editor • February 26, 2024
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Aaron Haynes, an Alpha Phi Alpha member, strolls on Feb. 17. Haynes studies forensic science at Wichita State.
PHOTOS: Battle of the Greeks
Kristy Mace, Photo editor • February 27, 2024
Couple Josh and Shenneah Parsons viewing the interactive sticker map of Wichita located on the first floor of the Ulrich Museum of Art.
PHOTOS: Makers & Masterpieces
Bryan Chavez, Reporter • February 20, 2024
Nicholas Heald, a member of Abolitionists Rising, protested abortion and LGBTQ+ rights outside of the Rhatigan Student Center on Tuesday, Feb. 20. My ultimate goal out here is to glorify God, Heald said.
OPINION: Keep your ‘abolitionist’ rallies off my campus
Sascha Harvey, Opinion editor • February 22, 2024
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