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Voice of Western Finale

With $1,000 you can buy some new clothes, pay off some tuition or buy a record player. Kelsey McCluskey, freshman, plans on doing a little bit of all three after accepting the $1,000 check for winning The Voice of Western on Nov. 8. “I did not join the competition for the money. I can say that. I saw the competition... Read More

3 marijuana initiatives go on ballot for polls Nov. 6

The Nov. 6 election sets high expectations for local cannabis activists and sets up the possibility that pro-pot voters could approve multiple legalization measures on the same ballot. In 2016, voters in seven states successfully passed medical marijuana ballot initiatives, but the campaign to legalize medical marijuana failed to get enough signatures. This year Missouri has secured a spot on... Read More

Western Feud

On Oct. 9, students gathered together to participate in a Family Feud style competition in Kemper Recital Hall from 7-9 p.m. Family Feud is an American television game show where two families or teams compete to name the most popular responses to surveys questions in order to win cash and prizes. This year’s Homecoming theme was “Griffons Under The Big... Read More

LGBTQIA+ Trivia Night

Come show your smarts and learn a thing or two about pop culture, pride flags and history related to LGBTQIA+ as the Center for Multicultural Events (CME) hosts a riveting night of trivia. On Wednesday, Oct. 17 the CME will be hosting a trivia night in Spratt 203. On the night of, students will come with their teams and answer... Read More

48 hour film festival

The Department of Theatre, Cinema and Dance and the Griffon Film Society are hosting the Seventh Annual 48-hour Film Festival next month. The weekend will start with a kickoff meeting at 6:00 pm on Friday, Nov. 2, in Spratt 201. Each team will then randomly select a genre for their project by picking out of a hat. Organizers will also... Read More