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Logan Hall closing due to high maintenance costs and low occupancy

After a year of deliberation, Logan Hall is being shut down due to increasing maintenance costs and lower occupancy numbers in residence halls across campus. Cale Fessler, Vice President of Financial Planning and Administration, cites the building’s age as a reason for increased costs, which have been estimated at anywhere from $95,000-$120,000 annually. “It is the oldest facility – obviously... Read More

Macbeth Review

Missouri Western’s theatre department put on a great performance this weekend. Professor Tee Quillin directed William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth.” Students, family, faculty and friends gathered this weekend to watch the show.   Student Ariel Bertrand attended the Sunday matinee show. “The actors and actresses did a great job!” Bertrand said. “They were very impressive and seemed confident in their roles. The... Read More

WAC talent show

Denae McDougle won first place at the annual WAC talent show last Wednesday night through instructing the crowd how to become pop stars while using only three chords. “I’m gonna show everyone how to be pop stars tonight,” McDougle said at the beginning of her act. She proceeded to sing a mashup of 25 popular songs while strumming only three chords... Read More

Editorial- The dead guys on our money

Did anyone notice something a little different about this week? Maybe it was the extra day of classes? For the past two years Western has chosen not to exempt students from classes for Presidents’ Day.  Missouri Western honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by closing campus for his birthday back in January, but has remained in session for Presidents’ Day,... Read More