Due to the health concerns that come with the recent spread of COVID-19, Missouri Western has decided to close campus for the rest of the semester. READ MORE

Missouri Western went from having over 1,000 students living in the residence halls to only about 50 students in a matter of days. READ MORE

Students at Missouri Western and throughout the country are left with questions about their futures as a result of the global COVID-19 pandemi… READ MORE

After the primary debate and election held the last week of February,  presidential candidates Nathan Scott and Dillon Schreckler were once ag… READ MORE

Student confusion arose as talk spread on changes to the graduation commencement ceremony scheduled for this May. READ MORE

In hopes of increasing the number of international students in the coming years, Missouri Western State University opened the Global Center on… READ MORE

The Office of Residential Life has had a busy semester as they bring many changes for the residence hall desk workers, including a cut in hour… READ MORE

Local Chiefs fans got a treat this Valentine’s Day when Missouri Western announced it would continue to host Chief’s training camp for the nex… READ MORE

Originally making appointments through walk- ins and emails, the Center for Academic Support decided it was time for a new scheduling system t… READ MORE

A new year brings new changes to the Missouri Western campus and administration believes these changes will be exciting by offering better cam… READ MORE

As students begin to settle into a new semester, many have questions about recent changes and new opportunities on campus. This week covers a … READ MORE

On Tuesday, Feb. 4, Missouri Western held a watch party for the 2020 State of the Union Address, given by President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C. READ MORE

Thirty-five positions were eliminated from Oct. 30-Nov. 1 at Missouri Western, but out of the 35 positions, only 14 people were let go. READ MORE