Getting the word out

Western’s Mochila Review literary magazine chapter is giving itself a voice in January in a unique way with a podcast called Mochila Chat. Mochila Review Editor Marianne Kunkel explains how she came up with the idea. “I got the idea to create something like Mochila Chat here at Western from my previous experience at the […]

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Pirates

By: Crystal Crawford Thursday, Nov. 13 through Sunday, Nov. 16, Missouri Western will be staging a production in Potter Hall that just might transport the audience back in time. “The Pirates of Penzance; or, The Slave of Duty”, an operetta written by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, was originally written and performed in the 1880s. […]

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MAC vs PC

                On the digital front-lines there is a war being waged. On one side sits Mac, smooth with graphics programs and video editing as well as being very intuitive. On the other side, PC with its superior gaming abilities and unparalleled upgradeability glares across the now well-established battle […]

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Body fluid fingerpainting

Western was kind enough to give us a new computer/MAC lab in Eder 219 this semester. My question is, if they scheduled classes in this new “lab” almost every block of time each day, what the hell was the point? Professors, so far anyway, are telling students that there is no way they should be […]

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