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Ups and Downs of campus life

Sophomore Sharlene Ackman started out just as any other freshman at Missouri Western.   Excited for her first year of college, she chose to live on campus and explore residential life. While living in Scanlon Hall, Ackman made lifelong friendships, but also had problems while living in the residence halls.   Some of the obstacles she faced were not getting... Read More

Creative artwork for sale by student artist

Tables are filled with student created sculptures, and the walls are adorned with covered canvasses. Student artist await the purchases of their art at the annual art sale. Missouri Western students, faculty and staff will have the opportunity to purchase student art work on April 26 and 27. The Griffon Art Alliance is a student group on campus who comes... Read More

Phi Beta Sigma supports great cause

Phi Beta Sigma offered students of Missouri Western a different outlook on preventing pregnancy and premature birth defects. Phi Beta Sigma promoted safe sex and provided students with informational statistics about premature babies during their Sigma week, March 4-8. Flowers were passed out for Women’s Appreciation Day and Backpacks to Briefcases Day educated men about life skills and after college... Read More

Black History Mobile Museum Visits MWSU

The Black History 101 Mobile Museum was held showing students something that’s never been seen before. Ending Black History Month, the Black Mobile Museum traveled to Missouri Western on April 27 to educate students about Black History and the memorabilia of slavery to Hip Hop culture. Over 100 students came and explored the 50 artifacts that were presented and attended... Read More