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Cronkite Goes East

‘And That’s The Way It Is’ performs in New York and Washington D.C. Missouri Western’s “Cronkite” on-the-road performances celebrate the centennial of the birth of native son Walter Cronkite. As a part of the memorial, three live performances have been developed and put into a trilogy. The three part trilogy ‘And That’s The Way It Is’ includes ‘Harry & Walter,’... Read More

Cronkite show performed in DC, NY

In celebration of Walter Cronkite’s upcoming 100th birthday, the Cronkite show premiered at the Newseum in Washington D.C. on Sunday, Sept. 25. The showing of Cronkite was part of a series of events at the Newseum, an interactive museum dedicated to journalism and news, in honor of the “Most Trusted Man in America.” Missouri Western President Dr. Robert Vartabedian, who... Read More

Student Government pushes students to vote

The Student Government Association has headed initiatives to take the All-In Campus Democracy Challenge to get more students involved in the voting process this election year. SGA, along with the Division of Student Affairs and the President’s office, has planned various events, such as debate watch parties, to encourage students to familiarize themselves with the voting process. SGA is going... Read More

Policy ‘misunderstanding’ causes confusion for Phi Delta Theta

A “misunderstanding” about homecoming t-shirts led to a bit of tension between Phi Delta Theta and Missouri Western Student Affairs. The fraternity made the decision this fall to open their homecoming t-shirt design for campus-wide purchase, a move that Student Affairs said is against general RSO polices, as well as the spirit of homecoming itself. “There was a misunderstanding as... Read More