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SGA constitution is approved by student body

On Nov. 30, SGA adopted a new constitution by a student body vote that outlines powers for the judicial branch and clarifies previous language.   SGA President Austen Hall says that the focus of their edits was specifying the responsibilities and qualifications for judicial branch members.   “Basically we wanted to make sure that the judicial branch got their powers,”... Read More

Flu season is fast approaching. Are you ready?

“I really can’t stay, but baby, it’s cold outside,” Dean Martin’s famous holiday song implies the changing of seasons at Missouri Western State University. Bundling up to stay warm on your way to class, making sure your hot chocolate isn’t too hot and planning winter break should be the least of students’ worries because holiday cheer isn’t the only thing... Read More

Finals come again

College finals week can throw even the most seasoned of college students for a loop. No matter how many times you’ve been through it, finals week is still a major pain in the brain. What is supposed to be the last lap of the semester often turns into a sleep deprived, caffeine fueled, stress inducing cram fest. Knowing how to... Read More

Mapley to retire after Fall semester

Western’s Institute Dean and Executive Director, Dr. Gordon Mapley, has given Western time to prepare for its next transition in leadership as he plans to fully retire as Dean and Executive Director at the end of this calendar year, Dec. 31.   Dean Mapley has been a student, a faculty member and an administrator for over 23 years before coming... Read More

2018 Commuter Appreciation Week

Free food and events were hosted on Oct. 22-26 for off-campus students through MWSU’s second annual commuter appreciation week. The Nontraditional and Commuter Student Center threw this year’s commuter appreciation week to remember the students who have to make an extra effort to attend classes and be involved in campus life. To do this, they had different events Monday through... Read More