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Traveling the World on Campus

Students, faculty and St. Joseph community members got the chance to travel the world on Wednesday without ever stepping foot outside of campus. The International Fair, which included international food, dances, fashion and music, was held in the Fulkerson Center allowing those who were interested to walk around the room and meet with Missouri Western students from all over the... Read More

Mental Health Concern

According to Mental Health America(MHA), a nonprofit organization that assist in highlighting all aspects of mental illnesses, the state of Missouri lies in upper half of prevalence of mental health in the United States. While the 2018 fall semester has given Missouri Western an historic increase in freshmen enrollment, it has also seen a surge in the number of students... Read More

Stepping Up to the Plate

This week the Missouri Western softball team helped support one of St. Joseph’s most famous landmarks in preparation for their annual Pumpkinfest fundraiser. The Pony Express Museum is hosting their 22nd annual Pumpkinfest on Oct. 12-14 to raise money to cover their functioning costs. When they requested Missouri Western students to assist them in preparing, the softball team stepped up... Read More

Griffon Volleyball splits over the weekend, beating Fort Hays 3-0 and losing to #4 Nebraska-Kearney 0-3

Were getting half way through the volleyball season and the Missouri Western Griffons are finally beginning to find their groove and their style of play amongst each other. This past weekend the griffons went up against Nebraska Kearney & Fort Hayes. Losing to Nebraska , and sweeping Fort Hayes changed the griffons record to 9-9 on the season. Starting with... Read More

48 hour film festival

The Department of Theatre, Cinema and Dance and the Griffon Film Society are hosting the Seventh Annual 48-hour Film Festival next month. The weekend will start with a kickoff meeting at 6:00 pm on Friday, Nov. 2, in Spratt 201. Each team will then randomly select a genre for their project by picking out of a hat. Organizers will also... Read More