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First time Phi Beta Sigma paint and trap

Painting was taken to a higher level on Western’s campus when fraternity Phi Beta Sigma put on a painting event with trap music playing in the Center for Multicultural Education office on Thursday, April 12. Students came to let the trap music inspire them to paint on canvases. With one teacher giving a main idea of what to paint, the... Read More

Missouri Western’s Canvas

Missouri Western’s Canvas is an on-campus literary journal creating a product that represents the campus as a whole. It is fully executed and distributed by an all-student staff. Dr. Kunkel, the staff advisor for the Canvas, believes this journal tells us who we are and the creative potential we have. “You should read this because it tells a story about... Read More

Twin Cups Competition

If you are interested in seeing ceramic cups, plates and sculptures from around the world, then be sure to check out the Clay Guild’s national competition and exhibit of Twin Cups. Twin Cups is sponsored by the Clay Guild student organization here on campus. President of the organization, Patrick Larsen, explains why the club started a national competition here in... Read More

“Do You Copy” Art Exhibit

Calling all art fans around the Saint Joseph area; the “Hand Magazine” exhibit of Do You Copy is on display now in the gallery at Potter Hall. Co-publisher, Adam Finkelston, explains what “Hand Magazine” is and the artwork they display. “The Hand Magazine is a printed magazine that specializes in photography and print making. It’s art that displays the hand... Read More

Western welcomes new art and music husband and wife team

New to the departments of music and art, Elise and Mathew Hepworth join Missouri Western for their first semester teaching at the university. Elise Hepworth comes to Western as the new choral director for the Department of Music. Hepworth discusses her background and education she brings with her to campus. “I’m from Hamilton, and graduated from Penny High School,” Hepworth... Read More