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PJs and Pancakes Comes to Western

Students at Missouri Western came to Spratt Hall 214 on April 19 for a night of eating pancakes, playing with slime and playing Black Card Revoked, all while in their PJs. The event, meant as a fun way to relieve finals stress, was sponsored by the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. The event stated promptly at 7:08 p.m., or 19:08 in... Read More

National Guards Teach Self Defense Class

The National Guards and Center for Multicultural  Education sponsored a self-defense class in upstairs Spratt Hall. The event consisted of a presentation and several techniques students could use for self-defense. John Sorrentino is a recruiter for the National Guards and taught self defense class. “Me and Staff Sergent Hughes are both recruiters, we both tag-teamed in Self-Defense Class, we presented... Read More

International Cooking Class Hosts Its second event

Missouri Western’s International Student Services and Residence Hall Association sponsored the second annual International Cooking Class. Cooks, Isabelle Hannson and Maria Martens taught individuals how to make Swedish meatballs at the kitchen commons. Program Coordinator and student Charity Page has helped with the previous cooking class and believed that it’s not the numbers of attendees that matters but the experience.... Read More

International Student Services Hosts its first Tea and Talk

The International Student Services at Western hosted their first Tea and Talk on Feb 28th. The event consisted of tea and food and a discussion about relationships from other parts of the world. Assistant Director of ISS, Fumi Cheever discusses the meaning and importance of Tea and Talk. “People may have some questions about different culture or different customs or... Read More

Comedian Hailey Boyle set to visit Western

It’s that time of the year again. Western will be holding their annual comedy show sponsored by Western Activities Council and the Student Government Association. Hailey Boyle will be on campus on March 1 at 7 p. m. in Spratt 101. The show will be open to the public and all are welcome. Natalie Smith, President of WAC, explained why her organization... Read More