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Western’s first fraternity begins recolonization

Western’s first fraternity begins recolonization

February 6, 2015 Comments

Daniel Cobb

Phi Sigma Kappa, Missouri Western’s first fraternity, is going through a period of recolonization. Due to low enrollment, Phi Sigma Kappa is set to take a few years off to recolonize their fraternity. However, they will still remain on campus. Dr. Christopher Bond, the faculty advisor for Phi Sigma Kappa, believes that this is a […]

MLK Drum Major for Justice Award

January 29, 2015 Comments

Junna Resuma

Western held their annual MLK Drum Major for Justice Awards banquet on Wednesday, Jan. 21. It was held in Enright Community Room located in Leah Spratt Hall. With each passing year, the diversity that goes along with MLK Week grows with various events that take place. Latoya Fitzpatrick, coordinator for the Center for Multicultural Education, […]

Weddle named director of development

December 3, 2014 Comments

Meghan Stevens

Kim Weddle is currently Missouri Western’s executive administrative assistant to the president. However, as of Jan. 5, her duties will be drastically changed, as she has been named director of development for Western. “When we began our search to fill this position, we described our ideal candidate as one with fundraising experience, a passion for […]

Inaugural Golden Griffon Invitational a big success, could bring more students

December 3, 2014 Comments

Brendan Welch

Missouri Western’s Speech and Debate program’s success over the fall semester has shown that the university is competitive in the argumentative arts.  Now, the program is seeking to use this success to help bring more students to the campus. On Friday, Nov. 14, and Saturday, Nov. 15, Western hosted a Speech and Debate tournament for […]

Senate votes down leadership organization

December 3, 2014 Comments

Katelyn Canon

At the final senate meeting of the semester, the Student Government Association recognized three of the four proposals for new student organizations. Epsilon Tau Pi, the Public Relations Student Society of American and the Rotaract Club became registered student organizations, but the National Society of Leadership and Success was denied SGA recognition. Senator Haden McDonald, who […]

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