The Missouri Western women’s basketball team came back to their home court Wednesday, Jan. 13, to take on the Truman State Bulldogs, winning 65-59 after being behind by eight points in the first half.Continue Reading
The Missouri Western men’s basketball team defeated Truman State 71-68 in a classic match up between the Griffons and the Bulldogs on Wednesday, Jan. 13. Western was down the whole first half of the game, with the Bulldogs shooting lights out from the three-point line. Truman shot an impressive 63.6 percent. Head coach Tom Smith […]Continue Reading
Even with the harshest winter in recent history the Chiefs Facility continues to progress and even though temperatures continue to drop the Facility continues to go up.
Brett Esley, assistant athletics director, said that depending on whom a person talks to, they still say that they are about five weeks behind.
Images of starving children flash across the screen with swollen bellies from malnutrition, dressed in rags and no shoes, surrounded by garbage and rubble. The living room becomes quiet as a deep voiced announcer begins urging you to pledge money a month to help a child in a third world country. Guilt and compassion sink […]Continue Reading
Linda Shireman, yearbook photo editor and Potter Hall art monitor, was known for her amazing artistic talents in ceramics, painting and photography, but her unexpected passing has left a lasting impact in the art department and yearbook. Shireman, born Sept. 30, 1963, passed away November 2, 2009 in Maysville, MO at the age of forty-six. […]Continue Reading