Archive for Organizations

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 […]

Counseling center desires visits from stressed students

March 5, 2012 Comments

Natalie Spivey

Imagine a comfy room with big pillows and chairs. It’s located inside an office with polite people that welcome you in with open arms and ears. All these people desire is for you to talk to them about whatever it is in life that burdens you. And the best part is that the service is […]

Black Student Union sets plans for black history month

February 20, 2012 Comments

Albert Shelby

Getting students involved and active on campus in the month of February seems to be the goal for the members of Black Student Union. They will be hosting multiple events around campus for students to come out and attend. According to BSU President Louis Erby, the students are who he is looking out for. Erby […]

Conservative students join together

February 20, 2012 Comments

Matthew Hunt

Missouri Western is about to get a political mixture for students to choose from. In 2010, the University Democrats were formed, and now students are working to create the College Republicans. Travis Hart, president of college republicans, believed it was time to give students the opportunity to choose a student group that fits their political […]

Students to advocate for LGBT rights

February 20, 2012 Comments

Matthew Hunt

The lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning community is planning an advocacy day in Jefferson City to fight for civil rights. On Feb. 29, students along with leaders of PROMO, an organization that stands for LGBTQ rights and has a chapter here in Missouri, will go to Jefferson City to advocate two pieces of legislation. […]

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