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Graduation speaker short list announced

April 16, 2014 Comments

Ashley Linder

Five nominees are firing up their computers and writing their commencement speech in hopes of being chosen as the Spring 2014 graduation commencement speaker. The top five left in the running for commencement speaker have interviews this week. The nominees have been narrowed down to accounting major April Buntin, communications major Lauren Prywitch, vocal music […]

Cronkite memorial to receive new additions

Cronkite memorial to receive new additions

April 16, 2014 Comments

Mika Cummins

The Walter Cronkite memorial in Spratt Hall will be receiving several new additions over the next several months. Dean and Executive Director Gordon Mapley said several additions will be added as well as new things for a viewing experience. All new features will be an extra attraction for those visiting the memorial. A show about […]

Hager, O’Neill inaugurated

Hager, O’Neill inaugurated

April 16, 2014 Comments

Destiny Smith

On Tuesday, April 8, the Student Government Association welcomed in their new president Daniel Hager and their new vice president Tyler O’Neill by swearing them in at the Awards and Inauguration Banquet. Katy Sisco, the former SGA president, said her goodbyes to the committee that she has spent the last year with. “I am really going […]

Griffons around the world

April 16, 2014 Comments

Mika Cummins

The Fall 2014 Homecoming theme has been selected. “Griffons Around the World” will be the theme that organizations use for Homecoming week this upcoming fall semester. The theme was narrowed down by a selection board. The top two choices were “Griffons Around the World” and “Blockbusters,” which would feature several of the biggest movies. Ross […]

At-large candidates clear up campaign platforms

April 9, 2014 Comments

Ashley Linder

City Council candidates met on Tuesday, March 26, in Missouri Western’s Spratt Hall to hash out the issues. The six at-large candidates — Kent “Spanky” O’Dell, Jeff Penland, Ken Beck, Byron Myers, Donna Boyer and Kenneth Reeder — were in attendance. Bill Faulkner, the only mayoral candidate on the ballot, also appeared. Unlike the past […]

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