Archive for Lifestyles

Lone Survivor Review

January 11, 2014 Comments

Daniel Cobb

Honor, brotherhood and sacrifice.  These are three major themes that Lone Survivor competently represents throughout its two hour runtime, albeit without much in the way of subtlety.  Footage of the brave men who serve in the Navy SEALS is shown during the opening credits, immediately reminding you of what these people go through in order […]

“Hide-and-Seek with help” — Are online classes a benefit or a burden?

January 6, 2014 Comments

Brian Duskey

Chances are, if you’ve been at Western long enough, you’ve taken at least once online class. A lot of students may think it will be easier, going in, because an online class usually means that you don’t have to go to an actual class or listen to any ongoing lectures for two or three days […]

Fall Choral Concert

December 9, 2013 Comments

Jason Ruckman

This past Wednesday Missouri Western held its Fall Choral Concert in Fulkerson Center. The concert consisted of 57 personnel who performed in front a packed house; so full in fact that several more benches were brought in for additional seating. Ara Ju, an adjunct faculty member here at Missouri Western, who played the piano for […]

Director, actor explain the challenges of “The Drowsy Chaperone”

Director, actor explain the challenges of “The Drowsy Chaperone”

December 9, 2013 Comments

Nicholas Ingram

The season of comedy has put out another funny and entertaining escape of a show in Potter Hall. While the Drowsy Chaperone has been a classic of theater productions since the late 1990s, the cast and crew still ran into several challenges while putting together the show. One of the many problems of the show […]

“The Drowsy Chaperone” review

November 21, 2013 Comments

Daniel Cobb

Musicals.  When done right, these productions turn out to be some of the most memorable onstage performances of all-time. Mix in comedy with catchy tunes and a memorable story, and it’s easy to see why shows like Wicked and The Book of Mormon are receiving widespread critical acclaim across the country.  I had never seen […]

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