Archive for Student Life

Students face midterms

March 24, 2013 Comments

Jason Ruckman

While midterm grades do let students know where they stand academically, we must all muddle through the stress and worry of our mid-semester tests. With the stress of midterms weighing down on Western students this time of year, many still appreciate them for what they are and feel that they’re necessary for letting us know […]

Shana Meyer named Vice President for Student Affairs

Shana Meyer named Vice President for Student Affairs

March 4, 2013 Comments

Katelyn Canon

Missouri Western will welcome the new Vice President for Student Affairs Shana Meyer. [caption id="attachment_16684" align="alignleft" width="150"] Shana Meyer will begin as the vice president for Student Affairs April 1, 2013.[/caption] The assistant vice president of student affairs at Fort Hays State University, Meyer is looking forward to starting her new position April 1. “I […]

New program at Western to help students manage debt

March 1, 2013 Comments

Andy Garrison

Most students go through school not realizing the magnitude of their student loans, and they aren’t thinking about what the payment plan will eventually look like after school is over; Western now has a program that will help. The new program is called SALT and it is the latest brain-child of the respected American Student […]

Western’s first Running Club

February 22, 2013 Comments

Jason Ruckman

At Western, there are a lot of clubs and organizations. One category had yet to be filled though, so Kristin Hall and Morgan Goodrick made it happen. The newly chartered running club here at Western is looking to get the ball rolling and hit the ground running as they approach their first meeting February 27. […]

Employers on and off campus looking for students

February 21, 2013 Comments

Daniel Cobb

Students and faculty are emphasizing the importance of student employment on and off campus. Students across campus are finding that being employed by Missouri Western is definitely worth looking into. “Working on campus is incredibly convenient,” Brendan Welch, english workshop leader said.  “If you have some time between classes, it’s nice to make a bit […]

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