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Ballew to play a ‘Beautiful Disaster’

Ballew to play a ‘Beautiful Disaster’

October 6, 2011 Comments

Blair Stalder

“Romeo and Juliet” director Tee Quillin pushes his way through eager students to get to the bulletin board where he posts the cast list. Four girls look for their name by “Juliet,” but only one leaves with a smile: Misty Ballew. Ballew has been involved in many plays at Missouri Western, such as “Night of […]

Wildlife chapter garners international attention

Wildlife chapter garners international attention

October 3, 2011 Comments

Jerrod Huber

A talented group of hard-working students at Missouri Western have won the most prestigious award available to them. Western’s student chapter of The Wildlife Society has been chosen as the 2011 International Student Chapter of the Year. Cary Chevalier, associate professor of biology, said this is the first time in history that a student chapter from […]

Belgian illustrator inspires creative thinking

Belgian illustrator inspires creative thinking

September 27, 2011 Comments

Austin Goacher

Pablo Picasso, Leonardo Da Vinci, Norman Rockwell and Dominique Goblet– the average student may recognize most of the names on this list, but for students in the art department, Goblet’s name stands out as the world renowned graphic artist who recently interacted with many of the Missouri Western students. “I discovered her work in Amsterdam […]

Musician gains unsurprising applause

Musician gains unsurprising applause

September 27, 2011 Comments

Christian Mengel

Never judge a musician by how they look. I took one quick glance at the front and back of Rob Frommel’s new and first CD, “A Thousand Times,” and thought I had him figured out. With the picture of Rob Frommel on the back (a spitting image of the well known country singer Travis Tritt) […]

Fashion show adds style and ‘stagger’ to runway

Fashion show adds style and ‘stagger’ to runway

September 23, 2011 Comments

Eboni Lacey

At the annual Black Student Union fashion show, which occurred at the Eder fountain on Sept. 23, numerous people were eager to see the designs, the models, the performers and the catwalks. Roughly $300 in profit was made on the show, due to the support of the student organizations and numerous members of staff. When […]

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