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Parking citations are up

College students have enough problems as it is, the last thing they want is to spend extra money for a parking ticket; unfortunately, the number of citations given at Missouri Western has increased recently. Since the 2017-18 fiscal year began, which started on July 1, 2017 and ends on June 30, 2018, the number of tickets given are on pace... Read More

Meet Market 3/21/18

Dearest Caleb of the Meet Market, You may have remembered me from my last letter I wrote to you about a difficulty with asking to partake in an evening with my co-worker. There is currently another fair maiden in my English class that I’m also quite fond of. We have participated in evenings of indulgence with one another, but I... Read More

Uncontested SGA election sees low voter turnout

The 2018-19 Student Government Association President and Vice President were chosen prior to spring break in an election that featured a voter turnout of 42. Austen Hall will enter his first term as president while Reece Christensen will return as vice president. Christensen said that his return will allow Hall and himself to continue the work that was done by... Read More

School of Nursing and Health Professions closes in on naming an associate dean

Crystal Harris became the interim associate dean of the School of Nursing and Health Professions after Robyn Gleason resigned to return to nurse practitioning. Dean of the College of Professional Studies Kathleen O’Connor said that Missouri Western is currently searching internally for a permanent associate dean. O’Connor said that Western is looking for a person with a varied skill set.... Read More

Meet Market 2/28/18

“Should I go to my girlfriend’s house for spring break? We’ve been dating for a year and a half and I don’t know if I should.” -Decrepit Invalid Dear Decrepit Invalid, Spring break is often considered to be the most fun time during the semester, which is because it is the least painful series of days that occur (and happiness... Read More