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Night at the Ritz

Night at the Ritz

April 16, 2014 Comments

Brook Anderson

‘A Night Under the Stars’, at least that’s what it appeared to be at the 2014 Night at the Ritz scholarship fundraiser. Presented by the MWSU Ambassadors, the annual scholarship benefit for nontraditional students was held in the Remington Hall Atrium. The president of the ambassadors, Barb Crumley, was there to share her thoughts and […]

A trip for two: Couple Africa-bound after nuptials

A trip for two: Couple Africa-bound after nuptials

April 9, 2014 Comments

Katelyn Canon

Having traveled to Africa and South America, Jacob Griffin never intended to meet his wife in Hazel’s Coffee Shop in St. Joseph. Griffin spent time in Angola, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Peru on missionary trips while attending seminary school. After traveling the world, he decided to transfer to Missouri Western and major in nursing. Here, […]

Review: Captain America 2 leaves you begging for more

Review: Captain America 2 leaves you begging for more

April 9, 2014 Comments

Albert Shelby

Marvel fans have waited almost three years to witness the second installment of the Captain America franchise. Trust me, it was worth the wait. Captain America: The Winter Soldier delivers across the board. The acting was above average, but the plot was even better. From the beginning to the end, the director did a good […]

“The Producers” Review

April 5, 2014 Comments

Daniel Cobb

Missouri Western’s “Season of Laughter” ends with an appropriately hilarious, risqué and charming musical that will have you in stitches within mere minutes. “The Producers,” a musical by Mel Brooks, follows the failing career of Max Bialystock (Erik Burns-Sprung) whose latest play, “Funny Boy,” was a complete and utter flop. As Bialystock bemoans his life, […]

Theatre department “keeps it gay”

Theatre department “keeps it gay”

April 3, 2014 Comments

Daniel Cobb

Max Bialystock: Max Bialystock is in it for the money, and nothing else. “He is sleezy,” Erik Burns-Sprung said. “He is a gross, nasty old man.” Bialystock is a former hotshot Broadway producer who gets into a big slump and tries to redeem himself. Yet, despite being one of the protagonists, Bialystock is just as […]

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