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Student employee of the year named

May 5, 2014 Comments

Taylor Enyeart

As part of a new initiative on campus to prepare Griffons for employment after graduation by recognizing hard work, the Career Development Center, office of Student Employment and Employee Relations department are invoking a new campus-wide award — student employee of the year. Kayte Fisette, a senior public relations major, has been awarded the title […]

175 B.o.B student tickets sold

May 5, 2014 Comments

Noah Green

While big-name B.o.B heads to St. Joseph for Missouri Western’s Spring Concert on Friday, April 25, ticket sales for the event are falling far short of the venue’s capacity. The concert will be held in St. Joseph’s Civic Arena, because Western’s campus does not have an adequate facility for a large-scale music event. The arena […]

Commencement in the red zone

April 16, 2014 Comments

Jacob Dowell

Commencement will look a lot different this May, as Missouri Western aims to develop a new tradition. Graduation will now take place in the Spratt Memorial football stadium for one large ceremony, instead of the traditional two, separate ceremonies formerly held in the Looney Complex. According to Jennifer McDonald, executive administration associate, this new commencement […]

Student Affairs conducts Max’s Mart survey

April 16, 2014 Comments

Taylor Enyeart

A survey was sent out to all students who live in the residence halls last week regarding the current hours at Max’s Mart, Missouri Western’s convenience store, located in the Commons building. Students were asked eight questions concerning their opinions about the importance of grab & go items, if they would visit the c-store if […]

Professors clash at political science gun symposium

April 16, 2014 Comments

Ashley Linder

College Republicans and Democrats pulled the trigger on gun control debate a symposium hosted by the groups on Thursday, April 10. Jonathan Euchner, assistant professor of political science at Missouri Western, served as a monitor for the debate at in Spratt Education Hall. Panelists Edwin Taylor, assistant professor of political science, Steven Greiert, professor of […]

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