Can you really trust a man that has told you lyrically that he’d “like to thank you for nothing at all” but minutes later he comforts you and says “not to cry and that you can rely on me?” When Wilco’s lead singer Jeff Tweedy came on stage Tuesday night at Grinder’s and set the […]Continue Reading
Greek recruitment at Missouri Western has been an uphill battle for several years at Missouri Western. Once flourishing chapters have fallen on hard times with even a few organizations folding from a lack of members. For the Panhellenic organizations, last week may have been the recruitment to save Greek life on Missouri Western’s campus. Fall […]Continue Reading
Don’t think for a second that the Missouri Western volleyball team is just going to settle for a better record than last year’s dismal 4-32 showing. With new coach Cory Frederick at the helm, this is a team that wants to put the past out of mind and build for the future. Frederick is a […]Continue Reading
With a standing-room-only crowd filled with local dignitaries, student-athletes and Missouri Western administration, the City Council of St. Joseph voted in favor Monday night to help fund the Kansas City Chiefs training camp move to Missouri Western.
St. Joseph Mayor Ken Shearin made the announcement after the council voted.
“I’d like to give the council a chance to comment on what we just did,” Shearin said. “We just passed it in case you didn’t notice.” The packed house erupted into a minute long standing ovation.Continue Reading
It looks like Missouri Western’s choice architect firm has landed another major project on campus. Local firm Ellison-Auxier architects, INC., designers of Missouri Western’s Spratt Hall and clock tower, landed the coveted contract to design and provide construction oversight for the yet to be named practice facility and improvements to Spratt stadium. These additions are […]Continue Reading