Category: Nation

Guns may be coming to campuses all across Missouri in the near future. Senate Bill 731 and its identical House Bill 1910 would remove the current ban on conceal and carry weapons on college campuses. This means that anyone aged 19 and above who completes the required courses and registration associated with conceal and carry…

The first primary of the 2016 U.S. presidential race saw defeats for establishment candidates. New Hampshire was feeling the Bern Tuesday night as its Democratic Party overwhelming voted for the Vermont senator in the primary. At press time, Sanders had 59.9 percent of the Democratic vote of the state. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton staked out 38.4…

Anti-censorship bill passes through House committee

A proposal to strengthen the press rights of student journalist has passed the first step in the legislative process: passing through committee. H.B. 2058 passed through Committee on Emerging Issues unanimously Wednesday with a 9-0 vote. The legislation, so called the “Walter Cronkite New Voices Act,” was proposed by Missouri Western alum Rep. Elijah Haahr…

Missouri’s presidential primary may not be until March, but its neighbor to the north voted Monday night and the votes are in. In the 2016 Presidential Iowa Caucus, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz won his party’s caucus with 28% of the vote. Finishing in second and third place for the Republicans was Donald Trump with 24%…

In compliance with upcoming federal changes to Title IX, the university has implemented new policies regarding discrimination. Title IX discrimination refers to sex discrimination on the basis of pregnancy, gender identity, and failure to conform to stereotypical notions of femininity and masculinity. Legislation Today Title IX refers to a section of the federal Educations Amendments…