Featured

  • Updated

As the holiday season approaches, many people feel the exhaustion of the pandemic and the disappointment of not being able to see family; however, that doesn’t stop people from trying to lift spirits and holiday cheer. READ MORE

  • Updated

This semester, students across the U.S. have struggled to maintain their GPA in light of the health and financial issues that the students hav… READ MORE

  • Updated

Poetry and music are both beautiful artforms that take a lot of skill to write and perform. But as if either one wasn’t challenging enough, Zo… READ MORE

  • Updated

A year ago, the phrase “Oh no, I forgot my mask!” would be crazy to say, and most of us had never heard of Zoom, let alone attended a class us… READ MORE

  • Updated

While the Missouri Western drumline has not been able to perform as much this year due to COVID-19, they are run by a wonderful instructor who… READ MORE

  • Updated

While many college students spent their quarantine picking up new hobbies, such as baking or exercising, one Missouri Western student spent qu… READ MORE

  • Updated

Censorship is something most Americans are aware of, but different countries have different views on it. Censorship was the topic for the most… READ MORE

  • Updated

The Missouri Western State University Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society added another award to their trophy case this year. The student … READ MORE

  • Updated

Missouri Western students have probably seen the geese around campus, but have you spotted a turtle crossing the road? Dr. Mark Mills, a profe… READ MORE

  • Updated

Scarred Wonderland isn’t just another book of poems comparing women’s bodies to roses; it’s a raw, lovely dive that your bookshelf is lacking.… READ MORE

  • Updated

Life on campus looks a lot different this semester due to COVID-19, but the Western Activities Council, known as WAC, isn’t letting it stop th… READ MORE

  • Updated

With COVID-19 making its rounds, different organizations have had to adapt in order to protect the health of students. The annual health fair … READ MORE

  • Updated

Out of all of Missouri Western’s talented and innovative professors, Dr. Mike Ducey deserves a spotlight for his creative hands-on lessons tha… READ MORE

  • Updated

Danny Campos, AKA Danny Fhantum, is a student here at Missouri Western. He is majoring in General Studies and minors in Music and Musical Theatre.  READ MORE

  • Updated

Cheers could be heard from the crowd across campus as the Missouri Western Dance Company completed their routine at the Founder’s Day event on… READ MORE

  • Updated

Spooky Season is finally upon us, so why not settle down with a good book for your quarantine? Since We Fell by Dennis Lehane is the perfect n… READ MORE

  • Updated

Missouri Western students will have the chance to celebrate alongside a different culture. This week, the Center for Multicultural Education i… READ MORE

  • Updated

This opinion piece actually came to me when my third time in quarantine occurred.  I was supposed to be catered meals while I was in my room. … READ MORE

  • Updated

If you’ve ever lived in the dorms, you might have heard bagpipes being played near the pond by Mitchell Avenue. That music, which I’m sure you… READ MORE

  • Updated

Missouri Western is launching their very first esports team this fall. The new program was searching for a suitable space to hold their practi… READ MORE

  • Updated

Grab a snack, some hand sanitizer and a face mask, because the Black Student Union had their first spa night on Wednesday. While it looked a b… READ MORE

  • Updated

If you’re looking for another quirky book to add to your bookshelf, look no further. Missouri Western student Dayton Bissett created a book to… READ MORE

  • Updated

Echoes from the beat of drums boomed across campus at the Missouri Western Drumline performance on Friday.  READ MORE

  • Updated

From Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to St. Joseph, Missouri, Victor Ng is doing his best at adjusting to his new college life as a Division II golfer.  READ MORE

  • Updated

With COVID-19 making campus events difficult, the Global Center at Missouri Western keeps finding creative ways to help students connect.  READ MORE

  • Updated

Tons of musicians are born with natural talent. Sometimes, it’s in an artist’s blood, and this is definitely the case for Adarius Wells.  READ MORE