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Tom Smith: the collection of a historic journey

Early life of a Hoosier Trophies lie around the school, longing for a place to sit. The gym is completely dark and the floor is distorted. It has been empty for years, but decades ago, the gym was packed. Horace Mann High School, which has since been boarded up, still stands on Garfield Street in Gary, Ind., just south of... Read More

Career services director search narrows

When Missouri Western started their search for a new Director of Career Services they had a list of 33 initial candidates, they now have that number whittled down to the two candidates invited to campus. The career director candidates for Missouri Western presented their case to for employment last week in front of the search committee and those in attendance.... Read More

Health and Human Services changes spell relief for students

Students will no longer have to worry about losing their health insurance if they become critically ill. A new regulation, proposed by the Health and Human Services, ensures students the right to have insurance if they are enrolled in college, even if they become sick or are in an accident. Under the new rule, insurance companies cannot deny coverage for... Read More

Missouri Western holding FAFSA Frenzy

The Missouri Western Financial Aid office is encouraging every student attending classes in the 2011-12 school year to submit their Free Application for Federal Student Aid before March 1. The priority deadline for FAFSA is March 1. To submit their FAFSA, students must fill out tax forms for 2010, and possibly their parents’ taxes for 2010 if they live in... Read More