Archive for Lifestyles

November 12, 2013 Comments

Jason Ruckman

This past week Missouri Western hosted The Tunnel of Oppression, encapsulating the trials and hardships from racism to the mistreated disabled. The Tunnel of Oppression, virtually a tunnel constructed in Blum, began with the first category one would think of when oppression is the topic: Racism. Upon entering, every derogatory word for any minority group […]

Hitting the right notes

November 11, 2013 Comments

Daniel Cobb

If you’ve gone to a musical here at Missouri Western or have been to an event featuring a singer, there’s a chance that you know about Adrienne Collins. Collins is a music major with an emphasis on vocal performance here at Missouri Western, and she has been heavily involved with many events on and off […]

Is Western really a dry campus?

Is Western really a dry campus?

November 8, 2013 Comments

Brian Duskey

When moving away from home and into college, almost every student hears the phrase “now don’t drink too much.” In this current time, one third of universities around the country are what are labeled as “dry campuses,” basically disallowing any consumption or possession of alcohol on their respective college campuses. This policy has been and […]

Don’t Harsh Our Mellow

November 5, 2013 Comments

Jason Ruckman

The well-traveled and world-renowned photographers Deni and Will McIntyre visited Missouri Western this past week to photograph the new Walter Cronkite Memorial and give a presentation of their life’s work. The dynamic McIntyre couple has been on the photography scene for decades now, traveling to 78 countries on six continents. Together they have photographed iconic […]

The Magic Flute Review

November 1, 2013 Comments

Daniel Cobb

  What’s so magic about The Magic Flute?  The answer is…well, a lot of things.  It’s one of Mozart’s most recognizable operas and features some pieces that you have most definitely heard at one point or another if you have listened to any of this legendary composer’s works. The Magic Flute focuses on a fairly […]

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