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Our lives with Olivia

Our lives with Olivia

September 9, 2013 Comments

Daniel Cobb

     Tara Stoll has been with Missouri Western for 13 years, and in that time, her life has changed in many ways. Stoll’s job as a video communications producer has led to her to direct and edit a variety of videos for Missouri Western, but there’s one video in particular that highlights her other […]

Partridge’s last hurrah

Partridge’s last hurrah

September 8, 2013 Comments

Brian Duskey

After such a magical season for Western football last year, quarterback Travis Partridge sees there being nowhere to go but up. Being a large part of Western’s first outright MIAA conference title in school history, Partridge is now entering his last season as a Griffon. The expectations are larger than ever. “As a competitor of […]

Local martini bar hosts film festival

September 8, 2013 Comments

Jason Ruckman

St. Joseph’s first ever film festival has been organized and set to take place at Foster’s Martini Bar downtown on Felix Street. All entries are in and the categories at the festival are comedy, drama, documentary, animation, and music video. One of the organizers of the event, Kiefer Helsel, said, “We’ll have an award ceremony at […]

Theatre department sets to cast for the Season of Laughs

September 7, 2013 Comments

Daniel Cobb

The Missouri Western theatre department has decided that their newest season will be focused on providing their audiences with as many laughs as possible. Last season’s “Year of the Tony” featured award winning plays like Private Lives and J.B.  Assistant professor of theatre and cinema, Tee Quillin, believes that this season will be much different […]

Western Playhouse stages Miss Saigon

Western Playhouse stages Miss Saigon

September 7, 2013 Comments

Daniel Cobb

Last summer, Western Institute’s professional theatre company debuted their Season of Love.  With three unique performances including Barefoot in the Park and You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, Potter Hall became a community hotspot.  Potter was also decorated in numerous ways in order to further immerse audiences into each performance. This year, Western Playhouse took […]

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