Archive for Student Life

Land lease lends major hand to Master Plan

October 1, 2014 No Comments

Mika Cummins

Last Thursday, Sept.18, Missouri Western alumnae Republican Rep. Kenneth Wilson brought a treasured document to the Missouri Western campus. He presented a copy of House Bill 1206 that just passed through the House that now eliminates a sunset clause allowing Western to utilize their excess land and lease it to businesses. The original sunset clause only […]

Western’s car charging stations are go

September 19, 2014 No Comments

Daniel Cobb

Missouri Western is set to get a couple of electric car charging stations in the future for students and professors to utilize. KCP&L, the electric utility company, had a micro-grant program for green initiatives, receiving 135 applications. Seventeen were awarded, with Missouri Western receiving the maximum award, $3,000. Dr. Brian Cronk was the professor who […]

SGA taking off at full speed

September 18, 2014 No Comments

Meghan Stevens

Although the year has just begun, the leaders of the Student Government Association said they have been hard at work. President Daniel Hager and Vice President Tyler O’Neill spent most of their summer on the Western campus discussing their goals for the upcoming year. Hager and O’Neill have similar plans for the new year in […]

New chapter looks to lead students on campus

New chapter looks to lead students on campus

September 11, 2014 No Comments

Taylor Allen

A new chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success is making its way to Missouri Western. According to a material distributed by the National Society of Leadership and Success, also known as the Society, they are, ‘an organization that provides leadership skills and personal, academic and professional development.’ Clifford Peterson, a senior psychology […]

Parking not a problem

September 11, 2014 No Comments

Brendan Welch

The 5 percent increase of first-time freshman at Missouri Western may give the impression that parking will be even more difficult for commuting students. However, the numbers show that finding a spot before class should be easier. According to Tyson Schank, Western’s dean of admissions, parking is always a “number one issue” on national student […]

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