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Festival of Colors

Holi is best known as the festival of colors and leaves the festival-goers coated in color by the end of the day. On March 29, the International Student Services hosted their biggest spring event. Holi, the Hindu Festival of Colors, was held in the Kelley Commons area behind Blum. Food was provided by Godavari, an Indian restaurant in Kansas City, along... Read More

Western teaches about safe spaces

On April 4, the Center for Multicultural Events held Safe Space Training, an educational program designed to educate the Missouri Western community in order to establish a safe, more civil society for individuals of all sexual orientations. Multicultural Education Director Latoya Fitzpatrick said the CME holds the training on an annual basis to allow better understanding of different students. “Our... Read More

Pitt State plays spoiler to baseball’s nine game win streak

Streaks are meant to be broken and that’s exactly what happened as Missouri Western got swept by Pitt State to end their nine game winning streak. Western started the weekend cold, allowing nine runs in the second inning of the first game. Pitt would go on to win 11-3. Pitcher Trever Carroll started the game but allowed six runs early,... Read More

March for our lives campus voice

March For Our Lives was led by students who are in support of tighter gun control to stop the epidemic of mass school shootings.  On March 24, thousands of protestors walked the streets to demand that their lives and safety become a priority. The March For Our Lives movement followed the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in which many students at... Read More

The immortal life of Henrietta Lacks

March is Women’s History Month. Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture and society. In honor of Women’s History Month, Missouri Western is hosting a series of events each day throughout the month to recognize women and their success. On March 7, the Center for Multicultural Education (CME) played a film on health care and... Read More