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Editorial: Hidden fees create chaos for students

Editorial: Hidden fees create chaos for students

November 7, 2012 Comments

Staff

The future of students graduating has been trampled down by hidden fees and secretive dates making it almost impossible for graduation. Missouri Western might offer students a great opportunity through earning a degree, but trying to get out of college after you have passed all these classes might be a challenge. Students who are seniors […]

Editorial: Students should take a stand on this election season

October 30, 2012 Comments

Staff

Flip-flopping seems to be the game that the Missouri Western Board of Governors likes to play. In a crucial election year, the Board of Governors has decided to support Proposition B which would favor a bill that could raise taxes on cigarettes for revenue toward Higher Education. The proposition would generate an estimated $84 million […]

Editorial: SGA wake up and take responsibility

Editorial: SGA wake up and take responsibility

October 25, 2012 Comments

Staff

Over $333, 000 has already been collected with no oversight as mandated by the Student Success Act. The Student Government Association put in place a Student Fee Advisory Committee, which is supposed to oversee the student support service fees (student fees). The reason this issue has been brought to attention is the fact that the […]

Shame on you!

October 16, 2012 Comments

Staff

It’s quite simple: stop using our newspapers for anything else but reading! So, those of you that are grabbing our papers to cut up and make paper mache models, art projects, floats or anything else that doesn’t involve reading, please respect your campus paper and STOP. The Griffon News caught wind that numerous students were […]

Convocation lacked enthusiasm from students

Convocation lacked enthusiasm from students

October 8, 2012 Comments

Staff

Each year, the Missouri Western Foundation welcomes a guest speaker to speak about critical issues that our nation and world are facing today. The only downturn to the speakers that the foundation chooses is the fact that many of these speakers are on one political party or the other. This year’s Convocation on Critical Issues […]

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