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WAC holds student auditions for annual talent show

November 9, 2011 Comments

Caleb Jones

Oh, mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the most talented one of us all? No, nobody is going to be auditioning for the next season of American Idol, X-Factor, Glee or America’s Got Talent, but it is pretty close. Can you sing? Dance? Maybe juggle chainsaws? Well, if you have any type of talent, […]

Sorority Teeter totters to help raise money

Sorority Teeter totters to help raise money

November 2, 2011 Comments

Caleb Jones

When you think of a teeter-totter, you probably think about being on the playground as a child, rocking back and forth, up and down with your friends as you giggle in your high-pitched, innocent, little six-year-old voice. [caption id="attachment_7288" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Two sorority members teeter-tottering for the cause."][/caption] Something similar happened on the Missouri Western […]

Lecture Series embraces cultural unity

September 28, 2011 Comments

Caleb Jones

The International Lecture Series, presented by the Office of Global Engagement, showcases the culture and lifestyles of the home countries of many Western international students. The International Lecture Series will be covering three countries this year: Afghanistan, Kosovo and India. There will be food samplings the day before the lectures, so anyone interested in experiencing […]

WAC embracing change and challenges

March 29, 2011 Comments

Todd Fuller

From position changes to cancelled concerts, Missouri Western’s WAC has been busy for the last month. The new and current SGA executive vice president for WAC Brittany Taylor hit the ground running, dealing with scheduling a replacement for Keri Hilson when the performer backed out of her scheduled performance at Civic Arena here in St. […]

Center for Multicultural Education celebrate MLK day

January 17, 2011 Comments

Jerrod Huber

Center for Multicultural Education recently brought people together to make a quilt remembering one of America’s great leaders, Martin Luther King Jr. Leah Hayes is the programming assistant for the Center for Multicultural Education and helped organize this event in Blum Union for participants willing to share their thoughts and feelings.Center for Multicultural Education “Everyone […]

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