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Art gallery “Patchwork and Thread” open

Missouri Western’s art gallery, located in Potter Hall, does more than serve as an art exhibit. It is a place where students can learn and advance their careers. On Jan. 19 the gallery opened its doors to premiere the latest exhibit, “Patchwork and Thread.” The art gallery’s newest exhibit contains a wide variety of art mediums. The artists featured include Susan... Read More

Cabaret coming to Western

“Germany” and “entertaining” are two words that people normally don’t associate with each other. The musical “Cabaret” successfully combines both. “Cabaret” is set in 1930s Germany and centers around people living in the pre-Nazi era in Berlin; specifically, the relationships of two couples as they deal with the pressures of political change. Missouri Western’s production of “Cabaret” will premier Oct.... Read More

Alumni Art Exhibit

Missouri Western turns 100 this year and students and faculty have been putting a lot of effort into celebrating Western’s birthday. So has the art department; photography professor Rebecca Foley got 35 art alumni on board to organize an art exhibit – the department’s way of taking part in the centennial festivities. “Everyone makes an effort to celebrate the centennial.... Read More

MWSU Hosts its First Invatational Choir

Missouri Western began a new tradition by hosting its first ever invitational Honor Choir on Monday, Feb. 9. The Honor Choir was comprised of over 150 high school students from the northwest region, personally selected by their directors to represent their schools at Western. The primary focus of the day is to educate the students while also allowing them to... Read More

Director, actor explain the challenges of “The Drowsy Chaperone”

The season of comedy has put out another funny and entertaining escape of a show in Potter Hall. While the Drowsy Chaperone has been a classic of theater productions since the late 1990s, the cast and crew still ran into several challenges while putting together the show. One of the many problems of the show was how it is presented.... Read More