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One Cadet at a time: ROTC prepares for combat

One Cadet at a time: ROTC prepares for combat

October 20, 2011 Comments

Christian Mengel

It’s tough for us to imagine the feeling of being put in charge of a group of people’s actual lives, and knowing if they died it would be on our watch. The military is a scary thing to think about when you imagine yourself in that situation. It makes you wonder if you would panic […]

Jobs leaves iLegacy on campus

Jobs leaves iLegacy on campus

October 11, 2011 Comments

Blair Stalder

There isn’t a spot on campus where you wouldn’t see a student jamming out to their iPod, texting on their iPhone or typing up a paper on a Mac. Thanks to Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Inc., students have this technology. Unfortunately, Jobs, 56, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 5, due to a rare form of […]

12th Annual Weston Irish Festival

October 11, 2011 Comments

Jesse Bilderback

St. Paddy’s Day may still be months away, but that shouldn’t stop you from attending the 12th annual Weston Irish Festival at O’Malley’s Pub in Weston, Mo. this weekend. Taking place Oct. 14, 15 and 16, the Weston Irish Festival is a one of a kind event in the Midwest. For three days the spirit […]

‘Romeo and Juliet’ comes to the main stage

‘Romeo and Juliet’ comes to the main stage

October 6, 2011 Comments

Christian Mengel

[caption id="attachment_6500" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Cast members rehearse in full costume, preparing for the Thursday opening of “Romeo and Juliet” on the Potter Hall mainstage."][/caption] The Theatre & Cinema department is showing no signs of slowing down the roll they have been on since summer. Not only are they moving forward in the renovations and advancements […]

Civil War setting creates new obstacles for cast

October 6, 2011 Comments

Jesse Bilderback

Set in the midst of the bloodiest war in American history, Missouri Western’s Theatre & Cinema troupe brings to life the everlasting tale of true love and tragedy in William Shakespeare’s classic play “Romeo and Juliet.” 2011 is the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War, and St. Joseph has a rich history during the […]

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