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With the spring semester winding down, students in their final semester are preparing for graduation, and what comes beyond. Many have struggled through this last year - complications with the pandemic, with budget and program cuts, have made it difficult to plan for the future. But as with … READ MORE

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While departments shift and merge from Missouri Western’s cuts, many talented professors were unfortunately let go in order to keep finances a… READ MORE

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This school year has definitely been filled with its ups and downs. It started with a lot of uncertainty in the air since everyone was sent ho… READ MORE

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Believe it or not, teachers and professors do have a life outside and before the classroom. Dana Andrews exhibits that perfectly. With only a … READ MORE

Students from the MWSU School of Fine Arts participated in the Undergraduate Art History Symposium. This event was hosted by the Albrecht-Kemp… READ MORE

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The Chemistry program is getting a redesign that cuts down on redundancies and makes it easier for students to customize their degree for thei… READ MORE

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With graduation right around the corner, Missouri Western decided to start a new tradition for students to pick up their caps and gowns: Grad Fest.  READ MORE

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Missouri Western is home to many esteemed alumni. One of those is Junna Resuma who has a published poetry book titled "Hidden Layers of Love."… READ MORE

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On April 7 in Blum a pajama party called Pajama Jam was held by the Black Student Union. This event was one of the many fun opportunities Miss… READ MORE

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Missouri Western offers two engineering degrees: construction engineering technology and manufacturing engineering technology. The students in… READ MORE

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A short drive from Missouri Western’s campus reveals the charming small town of Cosby, Missouri. With a population of 213, it may seem surpris… READ MORE

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Pete Hriso is a professor of digital animation at Missouri Western University. In a field that is constantly evolving, he has been able to kee… READ MORE

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When most people think of geography, they remember the maps we had to label growing up in social studies classes. However, map labeling is onl… READ MORE

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Anne Davies is not your typical student writer from Missouri Western. She didn’t major in creative writing at the age of 18 and she didn’t exp… READ MORE

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It seems like a lifetime ago that Regal Theater on the North Belt showed any sign of life at all. St. Joseph’s theater, like thousands of othe… READ MORE

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With numerous programs experiencing cuts, everything is in flux. Entire departments are scrambling to figure out what’s being phased out and w… READ MORE

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For sophomore Daniel Karns, biology and health sciences might be his main priority in school, but behind that is his love for playing the bass… READ MORE

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Missouri Western State University’s Choral Studies and Participation offers a wide variety of choral and performance opportunities. Potter hal… READ MORE

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The WAC (Western Activity Council) hosts many events throughout the year. Last week they hosted a speed dating event for the first time and fo… READ MORE

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When student-athlete Jordan Jennings took the stage for Missouri Western’s “The Voice,” it was her first time singing in front of an audience.… READ MORE

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After surviving record breaking lows in February, the weather is finally starting to take a warmer, more bearable turn going into March. With … READ MORE

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Very few people are able to say that they can blend their talents, passions, and career all together. Missouri Western Student athlete Quinton… READ MORE

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With distance learning becoming a norm across the country during COVID-19, snow days have become a point of controversy. Before March 2020, it… READ MORE

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Dr. Jonathan Rhoad is a chemistry professor here at Missouri Western State University. In his free time he enjoys doing theatre on and off campus. READ MORE

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Valentine's Day looked a little different this year for many people, considering the pandemic and the record low temperatures. Let's take a lo… READ MORE