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Student reveals discourse from the white house

After weeks of research and writing, Missouri Western junior Dominique Gilbert presented her empirical project about the discourse coming from the White House for the Trump administration around Islamic terrorism in Popplewell on Friday, April 20. Gilbert discussed the White House’s discourse around Islamic terrorism in the United States and about how that discourse may be changing Islamic culture in... Read More

First time Phi Beta Sigma paint and trap

Painting was taken to a higher level on Western’s campus when fraternity Phi Beta Sigma put on a painting event with trap music playing in the Center for Multicultural Education office on Thursday, April 12. Students came to let the trap music inspire them to paint on canvases. With one teacher giving a main idea of what to paint, the... Read More

Women’s History Month wraps up with final lecture

March 29 marked the end of the Western’s Women’s History Month events and it ended with an extremely solemn awareness about the economic violence happening today. Geographical scholar Christa Smith came to Western discussing her work for homelessness. She specifically studied how homeless population faired in the U.S. and showed how the results. The discussion for the big closeout event for... Read More

Western dance clinic begins: preparing for auditions

Students all over Western campus are starting to get a new pep in their step. The main cause of this is the Missouri Western Dance Company (MWDC)’s dance clinics. With clinics just now beginning, and auditions coming up, many students have dance on their mind and in their daily routines. April 6th marked the first day of clinics in the... Read More