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FOC requests additional funding

February 19, 2015 Comments

Jon Dykstra

The Financial Oversight Committee (FOC) formally requested $15,000 from the Student Government Association’s roll-over fund to go to their committee for the purpose of funding student educational trips and conferences at the Feb. 9 SGA meeting. SGA Financial Director and FOC Chairman Brandon Grieshaber came into the meeting with a $10,000 request on the agenda, […]

Western Shows off Its Talents

Western Shows off Its Talents

February 19, 2015 Comments

Junna Resuma

Western students came out in packs to witness the talent that their fellow peers were capable of. On Thursday, Feb. 12, Western Activities Council (WAC) held their annual talent show in Blum 218. Many students and family members were in attendance to support the contestants. The WAC Talent Show was hosted by junior Mike Rose who […]

MWSU Casino Night

MWSU Casino Night

February 19, 2015 Comments

Sydnie Holzfaster

Students flooded into the Fulkerson Center in hopes of getting lucky as Residential Life and the Resident Hall Association hosted their annual Casino Night on Wednesday, Feb. 11. Students participated in a wide variety of games including blackjack, poker, roulette, bingo and even had the chance to try their luck with the slot machines, in hopes […]

MWSU Hosts its First Invatational Choir

MWSU Hosts its First Invatational Choir

February 13, 2015 Comments

Sydnie Holzfaster

Missouri Western began a new tradition by hosting its first ever invitational Honor Choir on Monday, Feb. 9. The Honor Choir was comprised of over 150 high school students from the northwest region, personally selected by their directors to represent their schools at Western. The primary focus of the day is to educate the students […]

Griffon Alert

Griffon Alert

February 13, 2015 Comments

Daniel Cobb

Last week, rumors were circulating that a man in a green van was terrorizing certain neighborhoods with a machine gun and a sawed-off shotgun. Some students who were following the news on their phones or laptops were alarmed, primarily because the coverage was so scattered – some sources claimed that he was roaming around Central […]

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