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Aramark in violation of health codes

Multiple food facilities at Missouri Western State University received health inspection violations in the month of August, according to a report from the St. Joseph Health Department. Violations from Einstein’s include not changing gloves after use of register, improper food handling techniques, employee drinks not covered, and the problems associated with food not being maintained at a proper temperature. This food... Read More

Students gather to watch 2016 Presidential Debate, with varied support

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the two front-runners in this November’s presidential election, exchanged heated words during the Debate held Monday night. Several arguments were contrived, many opinions were voiced and a lot of students listened intently as Mr. Trump and Secretary Clinton tossed verbal jabs at one another. A room packed with Missouri Western students watched the debate at... Read More

Western’s Royal Redo

Oct. 9 through the 15 is a special week for students and faculty alike: homecoming week. Certain changes are being implemented this year in order to appeal closely to the more hardworking, involved students here on campus. Jessica Frogge, advisor to the homecoming committee, could not be more enthusiastic about the plans. “The theme this year is ‘Olympics,’” Frogge said. “Funded completely... Read More

Master of Business Administration New to MWSU

Missouri Western State University is introducing its 17th master’s program, the Master of Business Administration. The Master of Business Administration, or MBA, will launch next fall 2017. This marks the second graduate degree for the Craig School of Business. Dr. Logan Jones, the director of the MBA organization, will be advising the entire process of preparing for launch next year. “Openings [for... Read More