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Senate passes $10,000 to fund Student Centennial Committee

November 12, 2014 Comments

Katelyn Canon

In a measure to fund student activities for the Centennial, the Student Government Association approved a $10,000 appropriation on Monday, Nov. 10. The proposal was originally heard in the senate meeting the previous week. Student Governor Lionel Attawia sponsored the measure. Attawia, who is on the Student Centennial Committee, said that while the university has […]

Homecoming Parade 2014

October 29, 2014 Comments

Jessica Kopp

This year’s homecoming parade took place last Saturday and was blessed with beautiful weather. Mackenzie Lovitt, an art therapy major, watched the parade for the first time. “I really liked the parade, this year was my first time being here and it was really cool,” Lovitt said. Sharon Rodriguez Benarroch, vice president of the international […]

Schneider deal

October 29, 2014 Comments

Brendan Welch

A new partnership between Missouri Western and Schneider Electric has the ability to save not only energy, but a lot of money for the university. Schneider Electric, a company that specializes in energy savings, plans to update Western’s plumbing, lighting fixtures, mechanical systems and to seal gaps in all of the buildings. According to a […]

Cronkite preview by Jason McCracken

October 29, 2014 Comments

Taylor Allen

Missouri Western will host Dr. Douglas Brinkley, Rice University professor and prolific biographer, as the featured speaker at the 21st R. Dan Boulware Convocation on Critical Issues at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 4, in the Looney Complex. Brinkley was chosen to speak at the event as his recent publication of “Cronkite,” -a New York Times Best Seller- was […]

Renovations

October 24, 2014 Comments

Daniel Cobb

If you’ve walked by Potter Hall, you’ve most likely seen the construction surrounding the front entrance. But students are already starting to take advantage of Missouri Western’s many other renovations this semester Western is currently undergoing numerous renovations in order to keep the campus more accessible to both students and guests alike. The biggest being […]

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