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Jes Baker

April 2, 2015 Comments

Krista Hague

Have you ever looked in the mirror and thought that person looking back at me is ugly, fat or useless? Of course, we have all said negative things about ourselves and the way we look. The truth is everyone is unhappy with one thing about themselves, but it’s all about how you react to the […]

Urinetown, the Musical

Urinetown, the Musical

April 1, 2015 Comments

Mason Marshall

“Urinetown” is taking the stage on Thursday, April 2. As the production is closing the rehearsal process, it is prepared for a full house in Potter Hall. “Urinetown” is a satirical comedy musical written by Greg Kotis and Mark Hollmann. It is about a city dealing with a serious drought that has affected society by […]

Western has talent

March 31, 2015 Comments

d huey

Saturday, March 21, Missouri Western’s own Mary Beth Rosenauer participated in St. Joe’s Got Talent and secured first place. 22-year old Mary Beth Rosenauer is from the small town of Savannah, Missouri. She is studying for a Bachelor of Music Education. She is an SGA senator, campus advancement committee chair and she has proven that […]

Nepal Lecture

March 26, 2015 Comments

Jill Oswald

Learning about other cultures helps you empathize with different kinds of people. You will get a better understanding of how life is for others and you will acquire skills that will allow you to find solutions for unfamiliar situations. On Tuesday, March 17, at 1 p.m. in Blum Union, the International Student Services held a […]

Leading Youth in the Right Direction

March 26, 2015 Comments

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There are many organizations designed to reach out to society’s youth. One of these organizations is called Young Life. Young Life is a Christian outreach ministry whose goal is to share the truth of God’s love with adolescents and build solid, meaningful friendships with them. Young Life was started in 1939 by a man named […]

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