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Tennis feature recap

After a disappointing 5-17 season in 2017, The Missouri Western women’s tennis team responded in 2018 with double the amount of wins they had a year prior. Western ended this season at 10-12 and did this with virtually the same team as last year. With freshman Bojana Vuksan out early in the season with a torn ACL, the Griffons were... Read More

Esry budget flip flops between extremes

  In the last three years, the Esry Health Center’s direct university budget has gone down over $50,000 but has stayed afloat due to help from Student Success Act funds. In the 2016 fiscal year, the Esry Health Center had a $96,392 budget. This included $43,728 going towards salaries and fringe, while $51,994 was used for operating. An additional $670... Read More

Dishing it out with Derek: Why the Chiefs will make the playoffs

I’ll say it right now: the Kansas City Chiefs will not only make the playoffs, they will be one of the most dominant teams in the AFC Conference. It’s really simple. For the last couple of seasons, the Chiefs have consistently been one of the better teams in the league. Ever since Andy Reid took control of the helm back... Read More

Griffon tennis end season with a loss

After a strong improvement from last season, the Missouri Western tennis team’s season ended on Monday as they once again fell to Northeastern State, the best team in the MIAA Conference. The Griffons left the MIAA Tournament in Nebraska, Kearney, with nothing to show for their efforts. Western lost 5-0 to the RiverHawks. Despite having their season end on a... Read More