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Ancient history professor revives medieval times

October 30, 2012 Comments

Michelle Cordonnier

Missouri Western recently enhanced the history department by adding a new professor to the staff to teach Ancient and Medieval History and Early Modern History. Eventually, Dr. Jay Lemanski will help to expand the upper level history courses by introducing and teaching classes on ancient Rome and ancient Greece. Lemanski is originally from Detroit. He […]

New international student director shares her own experiences

New international student director shares her own experiences

October 30, 2012 Comments

Albert Shelby

[caption id="attachment_13401" align="alignnone" width="280"] Amy Kotwani, Missouri Western’s new international student director.[/caption] Coming to a new school or community always has its ups and downs. When you are an international student, fitting in and getting use to another country can be even more difficult.Amy Kotwani, Missouri Western’s new international student director understands that and it […]

How to: Make a Philly with a twist

How to: Make a Philly with a twist

October 16, 2012 Comments

Andy Garrison

[caption id="attachment_12909" align="alignnone" width="300"] Andy Garrison gives a how to on how to assemble a Philly Cheese Steak sub.[/caption] Whether you want to flex your culinary muscles for friends, family or a casual date, or you are just plain hungry, this recipe for a Philly style roast beef sandwich will tick all the right boxes […]

A film and filmaker are made

A film and filmaker are made

October 11, 2012 Comments

Michelle Cordonnier

[caption id="attachment_12692" align="alignnone" width="300"] Student Kiefer Helsel (left) and Andy Tyhurst (middle) rehearse a scene from Josh Cominellis’ short film “Skip Distance” as cinematographer and instructor Jason Cantu (on right) controls the camera.[/caption] Missouri Western theater and cinema student Josh Comninellis has turned what began as a scriptwriting class assignment in the spring of 2011 […]

‘J.B.’ to tug at heartstrings

October 3, 2012 Comments

Blair Stalder

The circus is coming to town. And by town, I mean Potter Theatre. Both directors Tee Quillin and Dallas Henry decided this upcoming year’s theme for theater would be “A Year of the Tony.” The two theater and cinema professors pulled up a list of shows that had won a Tony Award and chose which […]

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