Cupid takes aim at Western’s Heart

Searching for love in all the right places? Look sharp! Valentine’s Day is lethal. It stands in back alleys, pushing stale boxes of chocolates and Care Bear cards at the naive. Valentine’s Day stalks the cold season: the CDC has released that they have antigenically characterized 197 influenza viruses. I have no idea what that […]

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Gilgun Art displayed for everyone to enjoy

Imagine looking at a piece of art that defies expectations. Imagine a beautiful, unorthodox combination of colors, textures, and emotions all blending to form a ceramic mask. The artwork of John Gilgun, retired professor at Missouri Western, is just that. Now on display by the Potter Hall ceramics studio, Gilgun’s work in creating ceramic sculptures […]

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Eulinger retires as Western Registrar

Former professor John Gilgun had a saying: “Quality calls to quality.” It’s an inspirational line – one that comes to mind with the news that Registrar Eugene Eulinger is retiring. A recipient of the 2006 Outstanding Administrator Award and 42 years in education, five of those as Western’s registrar, Eulinger is retiring. Before working at […]

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Until now, Missouri Western has been out of sync with automotive fashion. Sure, there have been plenty of stickers, but after Labor Day it’s a faux pas, especially if you have a white car. Stickers aren’t hip. Stickers are hard to read, unless you’re stuck at the Faraon Street entrance waiting on the light to […]

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