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It’s the AFC Championship at Arrowhead Stadium. Over 75,000 fans fill the narrow bleachers, creating a sea of red all around. It’s the end of … READ MORE

The COVID-19 outbreak has left department stores like Walmart busier than ever, as millions of customers filled stores to stock their homes wi… READ MORE

Missouri Western President Matt Wilson met with students in the Non-Traditional and Commuter Center to discuss his plans to move the center fr… READ MORE

Missouri Western students will get the opportunity to conduct their own experiments inside of the Griffon Lab at the Big Muddy Mini Maker Faire. READ MORE

This May, a group of Missouri Western students and faculty will be traveling to Austria and the Czech Republic to perform choir concerts.  READ MORE

Last Thursday, Missouri Western canceled classes due to weather for the third time this spring semester.  READ MORE

The Zuzu African Acrobats tumbled and flipped their way into Missouri Western during an event put on by the Center for Multicultural Education… READ MORE

The Chiefs first Super Bowl win in 50 years has brought cause for celebration to many on campus as well as interest in the past and future of … READ MORE

Over the years, the well known Santa has been called by many different names. There is much more to the man in the red suit than some may know. Listed below is a brief overview of the different names of Mr. Claus himself.   Saint Nicholas Jolly old Saint Nicholas was born in the third […] READ MORE

By: Ryleigh Reagan Ghosts and ghouls are out for Spooktober and they are in a town near you. Here is a list of the five most haunted cities and their stories. Atchison, Kansas, is one of the most haunted cities in the United States and is known for Molly’s Hollow, the Waggener and most of […] READ MORE

By: Kathleen Woods It’s that time of the school year when midterms are just around the corner.  Your homework is piling up and professors are making sure you are prepared for the big test. Midterms begin next week from Oct.14-18 and are used as a way of retaining all of the information you have learned […] READ MORE