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Student gets unique study abroad opportunity in India

Ever wanted to learn a foreign language in another country? A student from our university is getting this chance. Senior history and sociology major Gary Weidemann is going to study Punjabi in India thanks to a scholarship he received from the Critical Language Scholarship Program by applying through their website. His scholarship is funded by the Department of State and Bureau of... Read More

Mr. MWSU hopes to turn frightening heads on Friday the 13th

If your interested in men strutting around stage dressed to the theme of Friday the 13, come see Mr. MWSU on April 13. The show, which is an annual male pageant show hosted by sorority Alpha Gamma Delta,  has seven contestants: Scott Schlesser nominated by Tau Kappa Epsilon, Mark Bush nominated by Alpha Phi Alpha, Alex Atkinson nominated by Sigma... Read More

PRIDE hosts annual drag show; creator declares it more then a ‘gay’ thing

“Women” wearing fancy costumes performing on stage in bustiers, lace and fierce high heels will be coming to our campus for PRIDE’s annual drag show during PRIDE week April 17. PRIDE week is from April 16 to April 20. On Monday, April 16, PRIDE will host the event “Only Love photo shoot.” Two booths will be set up, one in... Read More

Choir students to perform at “Pops and Pasta” event

Missouri Western choir students will sing in this year’s “Pops and Pasta” event. The annual benefit will be held Mar 31 at St. Francis Xavier Church Parish Center and will begin at 5:30 and run about an hour and a half. Seven choirs from the university and community are singing during the event. The benefit involves a spaghetti dinner and... Read More

Smoking proposal in Senate sparks debate

A proposal brought up in last Monday’s Senate meeting discussed the prospect of making the university a smoke-free campus. The tobacco-free policy received mixed feelings from the Senate. The senators wanted to know if it was considered going behind the students’ backs to try to pass the proposal in Senate rather than putting it to a campus vote. A tobacco-free... Read More