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Editorial: Student Affairs should reassess plan

December 6, 2011 Comments


For every solution to any problem, another problem arises. Since the arrival of Esther Peralez as Western’s vice president for Student Affairs, several staff veterans have left the employ of Western. There’s no beating around the bush, these people were valuable assets to Western and students loved them. Talk to some students and they might […]

Editorial: Griffons going to playoffs

November 17, 2011 Comments


Griffon Football hasn’t been to the playoffs since 2007, which resulted in a loss to Truman. This time, Missouri Western stands a good chance, but for other reasons not related to football. On-campus organizations are in full support of Griffon Football. Earlier this week, the Student Government Association bought 300 tickets for students to claim […]

Editorial: We finally ended our losing streaks

November 10, 2011 Comments

Kyle Inman

A new era began for Missouri Western Athletics on Halloween when Kurt McGuffin officially took over as Athletic Director, and his first week on the job couldn’t have gone any better. The Griffon Football team gave us all something to be proud of on Saturday when it beat rival No.3 Northwest Missouri State for the […]

Editorial: Occupy Missouri Western

November 3, 2011 Comments


Your job is to be a student. College students, including some Western students, are participating in the Occupy Wall Street movement. With as much as is going on in their lives, how can these students juggle it all? We are not unemployed. Any traditional college student has a job: getting an education. They are not […]

Editorial: hard work paid off

October 25, 2011 Comments

Blair Stalder

Kudos to the Homecoming Committee for putting on a successful homecoming week. There was an abundance of school spirit this last week with decorations all over campus, including signs painted by several organizations posted along Downs Drive and attractive visuals of Max drawn on dorm and building windows. The events were not completely new, but […]

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