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BHM Monterio Seewood

BHM Monterio Seewood

February 24, 2013 Comments

Jason Ruckman

Black History Month is known for paying tribute to those who have affected our lives in the past, but we must also recognize those, such as student senator Monterio Seewood, who play a role in our lives now and in the future. Seewood, a member of the student senate, became a senator at Missouri Western […]

Making a Difference in the SGA Elections

February 18, 2013 Comments

Daniel Cobb

SGA continues search for a way to increase voting amongst students. There are currently around 6,000 students attending Missouri Western State University, and last year, only 781 students voted in the SGA elections.  SGA hopes to get every student at Missouri Western to vote in this year’s upcoming election. The goal they plan to set […]

SGA Applications Due Soon

February 18, 2013 Comments

Kaitlyn Fisette

Vacant senate seats will soon be filled after the upcoming election. The Student Government Association is accepting applications through Feb. 15. Director for Student Relations Morgan Lindgren encourages students who are interested to become involved with SGA. “It is a great way to get involved and be informed about things on campus. You get to […]

Candidate Shana Meyer makes her argument for VP

February 18, 2013 Comments

Albert Shelby

Mark Stier and Dr. Judy Grimes are two current western employees that have made it known that they are running for VP of Student affairs. Shana Meyer a employee Fort Hayes State University stated her case Feb. 14 when she held a speech for students and staff in Spratt. Meyer comes in with a strong […]

SGA prepared for spring semester

January 14, 2013 Comments

Katelyn Canon

The Student Government Association met for their first meeting of the semester on Jan. 14. After a month of recess, SGA is preparing for the spring semester. With the Student Success Act under negotiations, SGA President Jacob Scott is prepared to advocate for students. “Certainly all options are on the table, but I think that […]

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