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Missing Blum Union furniture raises student suspicions in unison

April 9, 2008 Comments

Staff

As you pass through the western doors into Blum Union, these days you might be stunned by the quiet stillness and the vast open spaces that now compro­mise the student union. It is eerie. A hall that was once alive with motion and sound has now become barren, and students wonder if they shouldn’t rename […]

WAC doubles the fun with two rappers instead of one

April 2, 2008 Comments

Staff

Bravo to the Western Activities Council. In light of recent criticism about the delay of the announcement, WAC responds by unveiling a major affair that students should be impressed with. Yung Joc and Rick Ross will be coming to St. Joseph, all due to the efforts of WAC. They have enticed two big names of […]

No spring concert announcement so far, that is WAC

March 26, 2008 Comments

Staff

(editor’s note: WAC has now annouced the entertainers Wedensday. This peice was done before the announcement) Western’s Activities Council, or WAC as they might be better known to the student body of Missouri Western State University has yet to officially announce who will be playing for the University’s spring concert. This can be looked at […]

Opportunity for college cash is knocking; will you answer the door?

February 20, 2008 Comments

Staff

We, at the Griffon Newspaper editorial staff, have many things in common aside from our thirst for pur­suit of the news. One thing we have in common is the fact that we are all college students. Another thing is that not a single one of us is a self made millionaire…yet. Being that this is […]

Administration makes good call on Wednesday’s snow day

February 13, 2008 Comments

Stacey Shores

Something strange has been occurring over this winter here at Missouri Western State University. A day happens when the windswept snow blankets the streets and communication from point A to point B becomes a civic nightmare. Bravo to the administration for calling it a “snow day” last Wednesday. Twice in the last three months the […]

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