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St. Joseph council candidates have final debate

St. Joseph council candidates have final debate

April 4, 2014 Comments

Andy Garrison

By: Noah Green The final debate between St. Joseph city council candidates on Thursday, March 27 proved the most aggressive of the series. The forum, held at Missouri Western, featured general election challengers from District I, District II and District V. Each district race is between a challenger and the district’s incumbent, and will be […]

Tuition increase?

April 4, 2014 Comments

Andy Garrison

By: Noah Green Missouri Western’s Board of Governors on Thursday outlined a plan to either freeze — or raise — undergraduate tuition next year, depending on the budget adopted by the Missouri General Assembly. In order to keep tuition rates the same as the current year, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon’s budget proposal, which would increase […]

Shots fired during sorority fundraiser

Shots fired during sorority fundraiser

March 27, 2014 Comments

Taylor Enyeart

A charity fundraiser went awry four months ago for a Missouri Western organization, and they are still experiencing the ramifications. The Sigma Nu chapter of Delta Sigma Theta sorority has been suspended for six months by both the national chapter and Missouri Western after an event involving gunfire and damage to a historic painting in […]

Economics professor talks healthcare sustainability

March 26, 2014 Comments

Andy Garrison

[audio mp3="http://www.thegriffonnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/James-A-Garrison-2-23-2014-Interview-with-Reza-Hamzaee.mp3"][/audio] Economics Professor Reza Hamzaee talks about Obamacare and it’s long term affects. This is a recent interview with Hamzaee that discusses if Obamacare is economically feasible and what we can expect moving forward.

Hager, O’Neill heirs apparent to SGA throne

March 19, 2014 Comments

Michael Penn

Only one applicant for both Student Government Association president and vice president emerged after the February 14 deadline for applications. These applicants were Daniel Hager for SGA president, and Tyler O’Neill for SGA vice president. There is still a possibility for a write-in candidate, but because no other applicants filed this year, there is no […]

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