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Certificates can make your resume look very professional and make you more qualified for any job. The Center for Entrepreneurship at Missouri Western is partnering with the Center for Workforce Development in offering three free courses to help you achieve certifications to add to support yo… READ MORE

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

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You enter an airport and walk to the nearest computer to print out your flight information. As you listen to the glides of suitcase wheels tre… READ MORE

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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

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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

By: Avery Corkins As Thanksgiving approaches, dinner invites start to spread to every family member under the sun. For some Thanksgiving gatherings, friends are considered to be the best kind of family.    In recent times, “Friendsgiving” has become a tremendously popular way to gather and celebrate this time of year with a traditional Thanksgiving […] 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

By: Kathleen Woods Succeeding in college can be a difficult feat, but the opportunities are endless and get you prepared for your field of choice.  The marketing and communications department were seeking students to give testimonials on how being a Griffon has aided them.  The Casting: Share your Missouri Western Story event was put on […] READ MORE

By: Ryleigh Reagan Missouri Western’s upcoming homecoming week starts on Oct. 6 and will feature a ‘90s theme, with nine total events for Griffon students to participate in and will conclude with a football showdown against Missouri Southern on Oct. 12. The week will start off with the event “Let’s Drive Into Homecoming” on Monday […] READ MORE

By: Avery Corkins The 31st annual AppleFest in Weston, Missouri, will be taking place on Saturday and Sunday and is recognized as one of the best fall festivals in Missouri.  Emma Hopkins, a regular visitor of Weston, is always anticipating the festival because she feels it is a great way to kick off the fall […] READ MORE

By: Dayton Bissett Missouri Western will be hosting a free transgender name and gender marker clinic at Wilson Hall 206 on Thursday, April 25. The clinic will be for any transgender students or anyone in that community. At the clinic, there will be guidance from the Legal Studies Department to help anyone in the transgender […] READ MORE

By: Dayton Bissett It’s that time of year again for students to register for classes for the summer and fall of 2019. For seniors and graduates, registration begins Feb. 25; juniors begins Feb. 28; sophomores begins March 4; and freshmen begins March 6. Director of Advisors Elaine Bryant said it’s important to meet with your […] READ MORE

There’s a good chance any student hasn’t heard of the play Little Women, as once again the Missouri Western theater department will be putting on a showing in of the classic Louis May Alcott novel.   The play will be held in Potter Hall and will be shown on Friday, Feb. 22. The story is […] READ MORE

By: Dayton Bissett Sign ups for a trip to Belize for the department of nursing and allied health students are coming to a close on Feb. 22. The trip is through International Service Learning and takes place May 13 – 19. Anyone in the department of nursing and allied health, no matter what area of […] READ MORE

April 5th Missouri Western welcomes its final special guest of the spring semester: actor, comedian and youngest sibling of the iconic Wayans family, Marlon Wayans. Several months ago, the Western Activities Council held a poll giving students the power to select who they would like to see come to Western’s campus. Four comedians were involved in […] READ MORE

This Feb. 23. Missouri Western presents an eight-time Tony Award-winning musical that will surely make you relieve the toughest cycles of your life, puberty. This mature German-based rock opera invites you into the lives of teenagers who are going through the most confusing time of their lives. German playwright Frank Wedekind is notorious for his […] READ MORE

With a miserable 7-21 record in their rear view mirror, the Missouri Western men’s basketball team is ready for a fresh start in the 2017-2018 season. While Western was crushed by Texas Tech last year in their exhibition game, they would hold their own this time against Arkansas University, a D-1 school. Even when losing […] READ MORE

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Martin Luther King III will be addressing Missouri Western students and members of the St. Joseph community on Tuesday, September 12 at the 24th Annual R. Dan Boulware Convocation on Critical Issues. A human rights and community advocate as well as the eldest son of famed of civil rights leader, Martin Luther King Jr., King […] READ MORE

Missouri Western’s Department of Theatre, Cinema and Dance is getting ready for their newest production, “Godspell.” Directed by Tee Quillin, “Godspell” is fun production of music and dance. Cast members help Jesus, played by Thomas Delgado, tell different parables. With lots of storytelling techniques, plenty of comedy and fun games, the cast does a great job […] READ MORE

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March is almost here, which does not only mean it’s time to get drunk the Irish way and bake away for Pi Day, it also is Women’s History Month. Missouri Western has some events planned to help students celebrate their female side. Melinda Kovács, Assistant Professor of Political Science, is one of the organizers and […] READ MORE

The Western Activities Council announced which artists will be following in Ludacris’ footsteps headlining the 2016 spring concert. Country duo Maddie and Tae is set to take the stage April 16 at the St. Joseph Civic Arena. The group has released one album titled ‘Start Here’, and has three singles released, including ‘Girl in a […] READ MORE

“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 […] READ MORE