Men’s basketball extends losing streak to seven games

With postseason implications at stake going into last week's games versus Missouri Southern and against Pittsburg State, the Griffons just could not pull out the wins they so desperately needed.   The Griffons found themselves down 35-29 at halftime at Missouri Southern. Western then opened the second half on an 8-0 run—giving them the lead.   During this losing streak... Read More

Women take winning streak to 5 over weekend

In St. Charles and Jefferson City, the Griffon women took their 3 game winning streak to 5 games as Western earned a 66-60 victory and 78-59 win against the schools, respectively. They now are tied for having the longest streak this season. In their first game against Lindenwood, which took place Feb. 2, the Griffons were faced with a tough... Read More

Meet the World

On Wednesday, Jan. 25, students gathered in Blum 218 to be part of Meet the World. Meet the World is an event in which participants “speed meet” international students and get the chance to speak with them about their home countries and culture. The event is orchestrated like speed dating. Students will sit in two rows of chairs facing each... Read More

Curtains for West Side Story: Western Playhouse suspended for 2017 season

Due to a drastic cut in state allocations, Western has suspended the theater program Western Playhouse for the 2017 season. Making its debut in 2012, Western Playhouse is an equity theater company that performs three full length productions per summer and casts actors, dancers and stage technicians from across the country. The program was created to give Western students an... Read More

Editorial: Dear Governor Greitens

Dear Governor Greitens, We are writing to ask the question on the mind of every public college and university across the state: What the hell? We understand the need for budget cuts and that to balance the Missouri state deficit things had to change. However, we are a little curious why you chose to take a majority of the deficit... Read More