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Alpha Phi Alpha promotes community, campus awareness during APA week

Alpha Phi Alpha promotes community, campus awareness during APA week

April 1, 2012 Comments

Eboni Lacey

[caption id="attachment_10067" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Alpha Phi Alpha member DeAndre Diamond shakes hands with student Elie Moore after helping him fill out his voting registration card."][/caption] The men of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity will be kicking off their official Alpha week with a basketball game, a career development event and the annual step show. President of […]

PRIDE hosts annual drag show; creator declares it more then a ‘gay’ thing

April 1, 2012 Comments

Natalie Spivey

“Women” wearing fancy costumes performing on stage in bustiers, lace and fierce high heels will be coming to our campus for PRIDE’s annual drag show during PRIDE week April 17. PRIDE week is from April 16 to April 20. On Monday, April 16, PRIDE will host the event “Only Love photo shoot.” Two booths will […]

Choir students to perform at “Pops and Pasta” event

March 26, 2012 Comments

Natalie Spivey

Missouri Western choir students will sing in this year’s “Pops and Pasta” event. The annual benefit will be held Mar 31 at St. Francis Xavier Church Parish Center and will begin at 5:30 and run about an hour and a half. Seven choirs from the university and community are singing during the event. The benefit […]

College Republicans talk issues

March 17, 2012 Comments

Matthew Hunt

The college republicans have different views of the Republicans candidates running for President, but they all agree that they want anyone but Obama.  The officers of the College Republicans have made their picks for President of the United States to go against President Obama this fall. Each officer of the organization has chosen a different […]

Green Dot wants students to think green when dealing with violence

March 7, 2012 Comments

Eboni Lacey

When people see a violent situation, they might be unaware of what to do. They might question whether they should even do anything at all, as they could potentially worsen the situation or put themselves in danger. Western has developed a new program so that all students, staff and faculty have an opportunity to be […]

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