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Thumbs up to the master planning team

October 1, 2014 No Comments

Taylor Allen

In case you haven’t heard, the master plan project sounds pretty important. Just the name, ‘master plan,’ indicates that this isn’t just a normal, routine improvement plan – this is the comprehensive, big deal, will-affect-the-campus-for-a-long-time, master plan. This plan is going to affect almost every physical aspect of our campus – landscaping, building improvements (including the […]

Giving students free theatre tickets? Yes please

September 18, 2014 No Comments

Mika Cummins

This year, the School of Fine Arts is doing something that benefits the students and hopefully themselves. They are giving away tickets to their musicals and plays free of charge to any Missouri Western student who presents an student I.D. Yeah. That’s right. Free. Every college students favorite word. Originally, students had to pay about […]

Regardless of what’s done, something has to happen

September 11, 2014 No Comments

Mika Cummins

Everyone loves having a pool. It was a desired thing to have with every house when we were younger. But how many of you actually know that we have a pool? Regardless of how many of you think, “I know we do,” the number of you that actually go and use the pool is pathetic. […]

Thumbs up to Admissions

August 27, 2014 No Comments

Mika Cummins

First off, we would like to welcome any new students to Missouri Western. Congratulations on your decision to become a Griffon. Second, we would like to extend a huge two thumbs up to the Admissions office just a little ways down from our newsroom. Everyone in that office kicked some serious butt with enrollment numbers […]

Safety is Not Top Priority

April 16, 2014 No Comments

Nicholas Ingram

Last Tuesday at 3 p.m. a Griffon Alert was sent out to students advising everyone to shelter in place drill to simulate an active shooter on campus. Instructors were told to close their doors and turn off the lights in their classrooms, and anyone not in a class was advised to seek shelter where possible. […]

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