Professor Roberta Brown on celebrating National Grammar Day

National Grammar Day

March 4 is National Grammar Day in the United States. According to, National Grammar day was established in 2008 by Martha Brockenbrough, the founder of the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar. The day’s motto is, “It’s not only a date, but it’s also an imperative: March forth on March fourth to speak

Black History Month Interview with Mustang Stevan Winn

Credits: Jay Hemphill during WNMU Homecoming Parade 2020

This is Stevan Winn, also known as Steve. Winn is originally from Inglewood, California. He is a junior year WNMU student-athlete, majoring in Business Management.  Winn is also a work-study office worker for the Student Accessibility Services located in the Center for Student Success (CSS). Winn shared with The Mustang his perspective on Black History

Students share love every day of the year here at WNMU

Valentines Day

With February arriving 2020, everyone is getting ready for Valentine’s Day! Valentine’s Day is an annual celebration to recognize love, friendship, and appreciation toward loved ones. It is celebrated every 14th of February; however, we can share the love all year long. The Mustang Newspaper Staff asked students and staff one question, “How could we

WNMU Mailroom welcomed the Child Development Center to have “Letters to Santa”

Letters to Santa

On Tuesday, December 10, the WNMU Mailroom and the Child Development Center (CDC) hosted their first “Letters to Santa” event. The mailroom allowed the CDC children, staff, and families to come in and mail their letters to the North Pole. The mailroom staff stamped their letters and the children inserted them into the mailbox directly to

Jingle and Mingle: A Christmas Celebration

Jingle and Mingle

On Friday, December 6, WNMU hosted the first annual Jingle and Mingle at Light Hall Patio. This event was a celebration in honor of the festive season. Students, families, staff, and friends all united to spend a jolly time. Decorated Christmas trees luminated the Light Hall Patio. There was live music for all who attended.

WNMU hosts annual Halloween Walk


On Halloween morning, WNMU staff and students united at the Intramural Gym to host the annual Halloween Walk. Departments of WNMU came and give out candy for the trick or treaters. Community members and the Child Development Center (CDC) also participated. Children, parents, teachers, and staff dressed in their best Halloween costumes.  Adriana Leon, WNMU

Registered Student Organizations show their Fall Spirit at Fall Fest

Fall Fest 2019

Student Life hosted a Fall Festival on October 25 in the Life Lounge. Clubs, community, and students got together to be part of the celebration.  The Western Horticulture Club put together a station for everyone to make their own candy apple. They could choose to dip from three different choices: caramel, white chocolate and dark

School Canceled Due to Student Exhaustion

Labor Day (University Closed)

It was announced this morning that all classes will be canceled for the rest of the semester due to the consistent exhaustion that students have been experiencing. Students have shown such an extreme decrease in interest for completing their assignments and attending their classes to the point that students have begun lounging on the sidewalks

BREAKING: Disney-Mustang Merger Not Happening

Disney's The Mustang

Silver City, NM- Only mere hours after announcing their purchase from the Walt Disney Company, The Mustang announces that they were not purchased by Disney, nor was that deal ever going to happen. While more or less unheard of in media these days, The Mustang writers checked their facts and discovered two things- first, that Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp,