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Let’s get down to business

August 29, 2014 Comments

Daniel Cobb

Business is like a game of chess. Pricing, as well as the research and development of a product, must be carefully considered before it goes to market. Then, there’s the competition, which may change the overall strategy of the company developing the product. Over the Spring semester, business students from all over the world who […]

Meat pie

Meat pie

August 29, 2014 Comments

Andy Garrison

Not as bad as it sounds Not since the death of Sack-N-Save’s three chili dogs for $1.50 have students been able to get full for so little scratch. This fast and easy recipe will feed four-to-six for around five bucks and makes for some very filling comfort food especially in the fall and winter seasons […]

A season of variety

August 29, 2014 Comments

Daniel Cobb

With a new school year comes a new theatre season, and four new Missouri Western productions. Last year, Missouri Western put on their Season of Laughs. With productions like “The Drowsy Chaperone” and “Picasso at the Lapin Agile,” students were encouraged to sit back, relax and laugh a little. Though this season technically doesn’t have […]

The final countdown

May 5, 2014 Comments

Daniel Cobb

Well, it’s that time of the semester again. Grab your flash cards, study guides, laptops, and notebooks because finals week is here. Missouri Western students were asked how they felt about finals week, and what they are doing to prepare for it. Sydnie Holzfaster, a freshman and biology major, was asked her thoughts on this […]

Imbiri’s journey

May 5, 2014 Comments

Daniel Cobb

By Krista Hague Gilbrethson Imbiri, also known as Gilbert, traded in the 70 degree-days and tropical islands for Missouri’s hot summers and cold winters to work on a better education for himself. Originally from Papua, Indonesia, at age 14 Imbiri made the decision to study abroad. While competing with over a thousand students, Imbiri took […]

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