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Vandalism on Campus

January 15, 2015 Comments

Jessica Kopp

Apparently there are one or multiple tools running around who think it’s a good idea to paint KKK symbols and swastikas on cars. Well, screw you. As a German, I’ll say I have a more in-depth understanding of the swastika – and no, it’s not funny, it’s not shocking, it’s not rebellious, it’s not juvenile […]

Finding a family at Missouri Western

January 15, 2015 Comments

Daniel Cobb

Yesterday, I began my final semester at Missouri Western State University. It’s truly incredible how time flies. I remember my very first class, Psychology – how nervous I was. I remember not knowing what I wanted to major in – not knowing what I would devote myself to during my time here. It was when […]

Las Vegas

December 3, 2014 Comments

Jessica Kopp

If you decide to spend a big chunk of your thanksgiving break in Las Vegas with a bunch of international students you might not get a single paper or project done, but you’ll learn a couple of valuable life lessons. For example, you get a hands-on experience how life as the mother or father of […]

Fall sports give Western student bragging rights

December 3, 2014 Comments

Michael Penn

Most Missouri Western students have that one friend who goes to another college and always talks about how great their athletics program is even though their school is only good at one sport. The conversation, of course, ends up in a semi-serious argument to see who can one-up the other person. This fall, Western athletics […]

We have other classes, too

November 12, 2014 Comments

Mika Cummins

It’s quickly approaching that time of year again. Ah, yes, finals week. To our fellow students, we are all in the same boat. Suddenly, what felt like an eternity to raise that midterm grade is now two weeks and those deadlines for three projects are approaching at a high-rate of speed. And it sucks. A […]

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