Archive for Politics

Vice Presidential nominee to speak at Western

October 7, 2008 No Comments

Ryan Richardson

Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Joe Biden will become the first presidential ticket member to speak at Missouri Western when he addresses the crowd at the Looney complex today. Biden, who is fresh off his debate with the Republican vice president candidate Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin, will speak to a crowd of 500 at the […]

Couple Commentators enlighten crowds

October 6, 2008 No Comments

Emily Gummelt

She was a high school homecoming queen, and he starred in the 2007 flick “The Assassination of Jesse James.” She is a Libertarian Individualist who served as a political director for President George H. Bush’s re-election campaign in 1992, while he served as Clinton’s. They were married shortly after that election.  The two political rivals […]

Sold-out dinner serves split political perspectives

October 6, 2008 No Comments

Ryan Richardson

Each year’s Convocation allows for a special dinner the night before that allows patrons to meet the guest speaker. The married political pundits, James Carville and Mary Matalin, spoke to a capacity crowd at the Fulkerson Center Monday night for the 15th annual Dan Boulware Convocation on Critical Issues dinner that helps fund each year’s […]

Book Bill Passes

September 29, 2008 No Comments

Gerri Tracy

The Textbook Transparency Act was signed by the governor and became effective in August 2008. Students feeling the crunch of expensive textbooks designed the bill that is now law. The new law has three parts, all intended to benefit students. The first part requires publishers to supply instructors with pricing information for new books and […]

Should MWSU arm Public Safety Officers?

October 2, 2007 No Comments


Pro or Con: …. Pro:  It’s time to conquer fear and face reality, arm the officers Charlene Divino The argument against arming campus security can only be attributed to fear. There is no rational or factual argument against it.   I don’t believe in buying into media fed mass hysteria. An environment of fear isn’t […]

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