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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

Farewell Dr. Rogers

After decades of instruction Western’s music department will say a final farewell to percussion instructor Dennis Rogers. Rogers came to Western in 1978, shortly after spending nine years teaching at the University of Missouri, Kansas City Conservatory. Although Dean of Fine Arts Robert Willenbrink was not at Western when Rogers was hired, he is grateful for the many years of... Read More

Midday Melodies capture audience

Despite the chilly weather, the Missouri Western Pep Band lit the Kelly Commons on fire – with music, that is. Midday Melodies is an event that just started this year to showcase Missouri Western’s musical talent and to use the Kelly Commons space. The Blum Union is meant to be a place for students to gather to interact. Various events have... Read More

Beach bash brings banging beats

There are a lot of mixed reviews concerning the concert which was put on by one of MWSU’s social fraternities, Phi Delta Theta, and held in Kemper of the Fulkerson Event Center on Wednesday, Sept. 2. The beach-themed event was coordinated by Phi Delta Theta member Alec Smith and featured DJ Apollo who entertained the students with his “club banger”... Read More

Western awaits release of ‘Mercy on the Loudspeaker’

Alternative singer and songwriter Ryan Lombard released his first single, “Our Sinking Ship,”on March 6, leaving listeners eager for the debut of his full album “Mercy on the Loudspeaker,” set to release April 24. Lombard’s first album will include artwork from several Missouri Western students and alumni, including album cover art digitally designed by Maddy Haws and Carl Bisenius. The... Read More