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‘Little Shop’ to go out with a bang

April 17, 2012 Comments

Brian Duskey

The past three shows for the theatre department have not only been huge successes in terms of ticket sales and quality, but they have redefined the department. Their “Season of Classics,” has now arrived at the grand finale: “Little Shop of Horrors” Dallas Henry, assistant professor and director of the show, seems to be up […]

Two art students to create comic book for Califonia writer

April 9, 2012 Comments

Blair Stalder

“Amazing” is just one of the many words writer, director and producer Lia Scott Price used to describe Missouri Western art students Andrew Setter and Chad Hammontree. Setter, who is a printmaking major but insists he is the only illustration major, made an account on freelance.com and started applying for jobs all over the place. […]

‘Vagina Monolgue’ performance proceeds go to V-Day

April 7, 2012 Comments

Christian Mengel

“Fifty percent of the population has a vagina, and the other fifty percent at least came from one.” This was Kristina Bradley’s main reason why people should see “The Vagina Monologues.” “The Vagina Monologues” are stories of real women with real experiences being passed on from community to community across the world while supporting the […]

Fiddler entertains and educates

Fiddler entertains and educates

April 1, 2012 Comments

Brian Duskey

Dennis Stroughmatt is not exactly what you are expecting when you go to see a performance from a French Creole fiddler. [caption id="attachment_9921" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Dennis Stroughmatt preforms French creole music with his fiddle in Kemper Recital Hall Tuesday night. Photo by Jason Brown. March 21, 2012."][/caption] Missouri Western teamed up with the Alliance Francaise […]

Johnson is an Ironman!

Johnson is an Ironman!

April 1, 2012 Comments

Blair Stalder

He couldn’t eat bananas for about two months after June 27, 2010. [caption id="attachment_10125" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Ironman, Britt Johnson (left) pedals forward during one of many triathlons he has completed. Submitted photo."][/caption] It’s not because he had eaten a rotten banana, or because he found out he was allergic to them that day. Assistant professor of physical […]

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