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Football Tames Tigers

Western football pulled off arguably the biggest win in program history last night, as they claimed a massive home victory over the fifth-ranked team in the country, Fort Hays State. It was Western’s first win against a ranked opponent since the 2013 season. On the night of the unveiling of the brand new Bill Snyder Pavilion, Western came out firing... Read More

MWSU Students Produce Cinematic Film

On July 9-13th, Missouri Western State University Theater, Cinema and Dance students descended upon St. Joseph to create a student-written short film titled “The Eclipse”. After many weeks of pre-production, the students took four days to shoot the film in various locations around St. Joseph. Currently in post production, the intent of the film is for submission into local and... Read More

President Robert Vartabedian to retire after 11 years

Missouri Western President Robert Vartabedian announced his plans to retire to the Board of Governors, effective July 1, 2019. Vartabedian is entering his eleventh year as Western’s president making him the longest tenured president currently serving at a Missouri public university. “I’m very appreciative of the opportunity that this university has given me to have this presidency as a capstone... Read More

Western’s Got Talent Show Finals

Western Activity Council’s annual Western’s Got Talent show featured a variety of performances and was won by spoken word artist Zoie Reynolds. In Spratt 101, 10 acts performed on Wednesday, April 4. From singing to dancing and comedy to poetry, the contestants performed in front of a panel of three judges who decided on the top three performers of the night.... Read More

A sit-down with Nikki Giovanni

Famous poet and Black Arts Movement activist Nikki Giovanni visited campus last Thursday, thanks to an invite from the Mochila Review. The Mochila Review invited outside writers to judge its annual national writers’ contest, the undergraduate MoRe prize. Editor and assistant professor of English Marianne Kunkel said she didn’t expect a prominent poet like Giovanni to reply, but was excited... Read More