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SGA inaugurates new president, celebrates student successes

Newly elected SGA President Jacob Scott and Vice President Lauren Upton were inaugurated Wednesday, April 18. The night also included award celebrations where organizations around the campus were awarded for the work they have accomplished at Western. The night’s main goal was to honor students on campus for not only their hard work, but also for the dedication and effort... Read More

President puts CME rumors at ease

Due to Western’s budget cuts, it has become apparent that a lot of the programs that the school offers will be cut due to the lack of finances. SGA president Alison Norris has confirmed that the Center for Multicultural Education is a program that will stay on campus and is not in danger of being cut. A lack of understanding was... Read More

Western gives back and is rewarded big

Western has been named to the National Service Honor Roll for the fifth year in a row. Judy Grimes, associate vice president for student affairs, said that she’s extremely proud of the service that students provide to the university and community. She said the service they provide is valuable to Missouri Western. “It’s awesome to be recognized,” Grimes said. “It’s... Read More

Bumpy start for SGA this Spring Semester

The Student Government Association lost three top executive members at the end of last semester, but has already filled those positions. The offices of WAC Vice President, Director of Finance and Director of Communications were filled as of this week. Robin Ussher resigned from WAC Vice President to further her education and Vice Chair Lauren Dillon took her position. Brittany Edwards will... Read More

SGA sets the bar high, new senators take positions

SGA President Alison Norris declares one major goal loud and clear: take care of the students. SGA President Alison Norris is fully aware of the University’s recent budget cuts. Her acknowledgment of the fact may be the reason she seemed to be very dedicated in her duty to help students out on campus as much as possible. “I think my... Read More