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Board of Governors approves tuition, room and board increases

April 5, 2013 Comments

Matthew Hunt

Missouri Western students will need to pay about 2 percent more for tuition in the fall, after the Board of Governors approved the increase at its March 28 meeting. Tuition will raise $3.74 per credit hour for in-state students, from $188.91 to $192.65. When fees are added, the average cost of tuition and fees per […]

Education Expo brings students opportunities for all levels of education

April 5, 2013 Comments

Matthew Hunt

Prepare your resumes for the Career Center’s Education Expo for education majors. The Education Expo will take place on April 5 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. in Fulkerson Center. The Career Development Center plans to provide college students and graduates in the field of education the experience to reach out to employers in the job […]

Music students integrate sound and music with art

Music students integrate sound and music with art

April 5, 2013 Comments

Albert Shelby

It started as an idea for Dr. Michael Austin, and then he turned that idea into a project for one of his classes after they visited the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art in Saint Joseph Mo. [caption id="attachment_17192" align="alignleft" width="150"] Sarah Waters (right) a art student at Missouri Western is seen here explaining her soundscape to […]

“A Taste of Spain” gives students a twist of culture

“A Taste of Spain” gives students a twist of culture

April 5, 2013 Comments

Joyce Stevenson

Murphy 224 was filled with students and faculty for “A Taste of Spain.” [caption id="attachment_17111" align="alignleft" width="150"] Vicky Perez illustrates what she is talking about during the Taste of Spain Presentation. Tevin Harris | Photo Editor.[/caption] The English, Foreign Languages and Journalism Department hosted the event to help educate people on the Spanish culture, customs […]

Nontraditional Student Association holds “Playdate and Swap Shop” event

March 30, 2013 Comments

Daniel Cobb

Clothing, books and children’s toys were spread across numerous tables in Blum 218 last Friday as members of the Nontraditional Student Association held their very first “Playdate and Swap Shop” event. Students were encouraged to come and donate as well as pick up anything that caught their eyes during the event. “It’s viewed as sort […]

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