Michael Staab ’13 is a NASA spacecraft systems engineer/flight director. You bet he’s got some otherwordly stories to tell.
Scores of Shocker performers are making music of note on all kinds of different instruments. Drums, guitar, flute, voice and trumpet are just five of them.
Things move fast in the pros. Selected in the first round of the 2018 NBA draft, WSU's Landry Shamet has already played for two organizations: the Philadelphia 76ers and the Los Angeles Clippers.
A farewell letter to readers of The Shocker in the magazine's final print issue.
Shockers everywhere, at events long ago or happenings just the other day, always have something interesting to say.
Wichita State alumni and university friends attended the Oct. 22 unveiling of 190 bricks on the Shocker Alumni Walkway.
The 64th WSUAA Alumni Awards class includes: Frederick “Freddy” Simon ’49, WSU Alumni Achievement Award; Cynthia “Cindy” Carnahan ’73, WSU Alumni Recognition Award; Rodney Miller, University Recognition Award; Rhonda K. Hicks ’95, Laura Cross Distinguished Service Award; and Kyle ’17 and Ricki ’09/16 Ellison, Young Alumni Award.
WSU seniors Tommy Schmidt and Bethanie Francis were crowned Homecoming 2019 King and Queen as part of the Homecoming 2019: No Place Like Shocker Nation festivities.
Wichita State students and alumni of the WSUAA's Black Alumni Network held a holiday social event at the Experiential Engineering Building.
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Meet Richard D. Muma, Wichita State provost and professor, who has been called on to serve as the university’s acting president while WSU President John Bardo recuperates from illness.
A map of recent WSU campus expansion highlights buildings built, those under construction and construction planned.
Showcasing the best and newest in modern dance, the Kansas Dance Festival is an annual event that features original choreography by guest artists and dance faculty members.
These Gleanings entries survey the current university scene and feature original illustrations by Scott Dawson ’86.
A gallery of both literary and visual art, Shock Art showcases works by Wichita State alumni, faculty and students.
This past fall, the Wichita State University School of Performing Arts/Dance hosted the Kansas Dance Festival 2018. The performances were pure poetry of motion.
Ruth Eleanor Graves ’03 was our university's first known graduate to become a professional artist. A student of Elizabeth Sprague at Fairmount College in the early years of the 20th century, Graves went on to study at the Art Institute of Chicago. She then set off for New York City and, in 1924, sailed on to Paris. Famous for its artistic life, the City of Lights attracted emigrés from all over the world, from F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, and other members of literat...
Wichita State women's basketball coach Keitha Adams returned to her roots in 2017 to lead the Shockers. The Oxford, Kan., native enters her second season with one of NCAA Division I's youngest teams.
Gregg Marshall's 300th victory at WSU came in dramatic fashion.
Comings, goings, appointments, retirements, honors, accolades and other notable alumni news.
Leaving lasting legacies are these Wichita State University alumni and friends.
After absorbing the disappointment of hearing of the financial decision to end the publication of The Shocker magazine, I thought about a comment by Dr. Seuss: “Don’t cry because it’s over. Be glad that it happened.”
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