Category: Lifestyles

Art gallery “Patchwork and Thread” open

Missouri Western’s art gallery, located in Potter Hall, does more than serve as an art exhibit. It is a place where students can learn and advance their careers. On Jan. 19 the gallery opened its doors to premiere the latest exhibit, “Patchwork and Thread.” The art gallery’s newest exhibit contains a wide variety of art mediums.…

Jan. 22, 5 to 7 p.m., Potter Art Galley – Opening reception of the art exhibit “Patchwork and Thread” which runs January 19 through February 19. Jan. 27, Blum 218 – Movie Night “Mocking Jay Part 2.” Announcement of Spring Concert performer. Feb. 19, 7:30 p.m., Potter Hall Theater – Debut performance of the play “The…

It’s that time of the year again: The making and breaking of New Year’s resolutions. Whether you are still sticking to your plan or have already derailed, we are bringing you tips on how to keep the most commonly broken resolutions according to Time Magazine. “New Year’s resolutions can be a really good thing -…

Students, faculty and staff got together in celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. by joining the Center for Multicultural Education and Black Student Union for the events held on campus throughout the week. The events are held to raise awareness for social justice and human rights for all. Center for Multicultural Education Coordinator, Latoya Fitzpatrick, explains why this is an…

One Missouri Western student is headed to Oxford, Ohio. During Thanksgiving Break, the headquarters for the fraternity Phi Delta Theta hired a Griffon to be one of their new Leadership Consultants. The Western student they chose is former president of Missouri Western’s Mo Eta chapter, Alex Atkinson. Alex served his tenure as President of the…