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Sex Signals comes to MoWo

September 15, 2013 Comments

Jason Ruckman

Sex Signals, a rape prevention presentation, is coming to Missouri Western’s Spratt Hall on Sept. 24. Sex Signals is put on by Catharsis Promotions, who specializes in speaking to college students, military members, and educators on myths about rape, what a consensual relationship really is, and explaining some preconceived ideas about the offender and the […]

“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.” The English, Foreign Languages and Journalism Department hosted the event to help educate people on the Spanish culture, customs and country. Vicky Perez Calzadilla was the guest speaker. She is a Fulbright Scholar currently teaching three Spanish classes at Missouri Western. A […]

Professors voice their concerns over guns in schools

January 30, 2013 Comments

Matthew Hunt

Discussions about a Missouri House Bill have left university faculty with concerns. HB 70 would give faculty the right to conceal and carry guns on campus during school hours. Western’s faculty have voiced their opinion on whether they agree with the message the bill is trying to portray. Dr. Robert Vartabedian, president of Missouri Western […]

GOP convention creates mixed emotions between convention guest

GOP convention creates mixed emotions between convention guest

August 28, 2012 Comments

Matthew Hunt

  Republican National Convention began this morning with excitement since yesterdays events were canceled due to the tropical storms. Ellis Cross, News Editor for the Griffon News is in Tampa, Florida this week covering the Republican National Convention. He spent much of today shooting photos, videos, and speaking to numerous guest about the the Republican nominee Mitt Romney. Cross […]

Republican National Convention hits a speed bump

August 26, 2012 Comments

Matthew Hunt

The Republican National Convention is off to a good start with a few minor obstacles. News Editor Ellis Cross has just arrived in Tampa, Fla., where the RNC is to be held. He said that activities start for him today at noon. Cross stated in his blog that yesterday at 7:38 p.m. eastern, the […]

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