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Brazil Cultura pumps up, brings down Fulkerson

Brazil Cultura pumps up, brings down Fulkerson

September 22, 2012 No Comments

Ellis Cross

The presentation of Brazil Cultura rocked the house at Fulkerson Center Wednesday, Sept. 19, in a romping display of Brazilian music, food and drink. This is the third time the show has played at Missouri Western according to band leader Ninja Pinto. He took command of the conga drums throughout the evening’s performance. “We have […]

New Greek Plaza to brighten Juda Hall’s backyard

September 17, 2012 No Comments

Ellis Cross

Greek life at Missouri Western will soon be enhanced even more with an outdoor plaza behind Juda Hall. The new circular plaza will be used by Greek organizations for ceremonies and as a recruiting tool. Greeks have never had a place to call their own on campus until now, with the new Greek Village and […]

Greenopolis hopes to expand, recycling bins continue filling up

August 25, 2012 No Comments

Eboni Lacey

Laundry detergent bottles, milk jugs, shampoo bottles — who would ever think that these meaningless household items could be recycled, or even better, could be used to win big prizes? Missouri Western’s dream machines, the sparking dark blue bins located in every campus building, accept a lot more then plastic juice bottles and soda cans. […]

Craig School offers a ‘sweet’ deal for students

Craig School offers a ‘sweet’ deal for students

August 13, 2012 No Comments

Ellis Cross

[caption id="attachment_10720" align="alignleft" width="150"] After a recent press conference, the Craig School of Business has now provided an Applied Entrepreneurship course to provide more career opportunities to students through the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.[/caption] The sweetest deal at Missouri Western just got a little sweeter. In the past four years, graduates of the Steven L. Craig School […]

President puts CME rumors at ease

April 9, 2012 No Comments

Albert Shelby

Due to Western’s budget cuts, it has become apparent that a lot of the programs that the school offers will be cut due to the lack of finances. SGA president Alison Norris has confirmed that the Center for Multicultural Education is a program that will stay on campus and is not in danger of being cut. […]

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