Archive for Residential Life

Annual crime report shows increase in drug violations

October 9, 2011 Comments

Dave Hon

Esther Peralez has an actual badge that says “SHERRIF,” but for the vice president of student affairs, the increase in drug law violations is more about education than enforcement. “I’m really about accountability. I’m really about teachable moments and educational moments,” she said. “So if we say that there are no drugs or alcohol on […]

Griffon Hall brings new life to campus

August 23, 2011 Comments

Eboni Lacey

Before students plan on renewing their leases for off-campus apartments for the Fall semester, they may want to reconsider living on campus, as Griffon Hall, the new dormitory for students 21 and up, will provide everything that an apartment can.             Griffon Hall Residence Director Danny Thompson feels that Griffon Hall is almost better than […]

Recycling dreams become a new campus reality

Recycling dreams become a new campus reality

August 23, 2011 Comments

Eboni Lacey

Magical blue machines are sweeping across the Missouri Western campus for the new school year. Often referred to as “dream machines”, these big blue devices are sponsored by Pepsi and funded by the Student Government Association. These machines even perform tricks by giving students free prizes. All the machines need to perform are a few […]

New residence hall nearing completion

New residence hall nearing completion

April 6, 2011 Comments

Thomas Huitt-Johnson

]By now students at Missouri Western must be used to construction on campus. Starting more than two years ago, most of the development appears finished with the new dorm rooms perhaps the last of it, for now. Griffon Hall, the name of the new housing department, is just now getting the metal roof tops on, […]

Ground broken for new dorm

September 17, 2010 Comments

Michelle Allen

New residence halls construction gives Western 250 beds for upper classmen to lay their heads. Acting Director of the Office of Residential Life Sean O’Reilly shared his views on how he feels students will react to the new residential halls that will be built. “I believe that students will want more housing just like it,” […]

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