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33 Years of Dedication: Dr. Greiert

February 26, 2015 Comments

Mason Marshall

To go to work at the same job for your entire life takes a lot of dedication. That is exactly what Dr. Steven Greiert has: Dedication. Greiert has been with Missouri Western State University since 1982. After 33 years of dedication to MWSU, Greiert is retiring this year on August 1. “I’m retiring now for […]

Lionel Attawia

Lionel Attawia

February 26, 2015 Comments

Jill Oswald

You don’t expect the ‘smooth guy at the bar’ to be the guy who likes watching Anime in his free time. However, Lionel Attawia, Student Governor and all around campus good guy is anything but stereotypical. Attawia shared a different side of this ‘smooth guy at the bar,’ persona. He took the opportunity to step […]

Lingering Melodies

February 19, 2015 Comments

Krista Hague

* Jeremy Gonterman is the trumpet player on the left in the group shot.  Ryan Lombard is on guitar. *These are submitted photos Although eyesight is usually the first sense a person loses, hearing is the last. In some cases, this is a remarkable thing, especially when Missouri Western music students perform their comforting music […]

A Trial Conquered

A Trial Conquered

February 19, 2015 Comments

Mason Marshall

Almost everyone has been there before, where at some point in college, everything seems to fall apart and it seems to be over. But for Myrna Jones, she had the scare of her life that actually could have ended everything. Jones came to Missouri Western on Thursday, Feb. 12 to share her story to encourage […]

Missouri Western’s Canvas

Missouri Western’s Canvas

February 15, 2015 Comments

Jill Oswald

Missouri Western’s Canvas is an on-campus literary journal creating a product that represents the campus as a whole. It is fully executed and distributed by an all-student staff. Dr. Kunkel, the staff advisor for the Canvas, believes this journal tells us who we are and the creative potential we have. “You should read this because […]

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