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Super Science Saturday Excites

Super Science Saturday Excites

February 6, 2015 Comments

Sydnie Holzfaster

On Saturday, Jan. 31, students and their families filled Agenstein and Remington Hall to wrangle snakes, observe the planets and test their skills in the Math Maze as a part of the 15th annual Super Science Saturday. Super Science Saturday is an annual event hosted by the St. Joseph Museum and Missouri Western to promote […]

Career Fair brings in Western students

Career Fair brings in Western students

February 6, 2015 Comments

Junna Resuma

After months of reconstructing its office, the Career Development Center kicked off the annual career fair on Thursday, Jan. 29. With light refreshments being served, many students went to view a glimpse of what their future may hold. Over 70 employers were in attendance ready to speak to ambitious job-seeking students. The fair was held in the W.T. Kemper […]

Two Staff Retire From Missouri Western

February 6, 2015 Comments

Christina Ruark

Mary Buckler, the administrator coordinator at the Physical Plant, and Lonnie Johnson, the director of the Physical Plant, are retiring after a long career at Missouri Western. Johnson actually started his career at a different school. “I came from a community college in Arkansas twenty-four years ago,” Johnson said. “[Western] is a good place to work. […]

Student input to be used in pool decision

Student input to be used in pool decision

February 6, 2015 Comments

Brendan Welch

A student survey, set to be released at Heart Your Union on Feb. 12, will take student knowledge and opinion into account regarding the issue of Western’s leaking pool. The survey will be released electronically and in a paper format in order to increase participation. Questions on the survey will determine if students are even […]

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 […]

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