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Joplin Coffee Shops: Where To Go

Joplin Coffee Shops: Where To Go

Sthuthi Tadiparti February 19, 2024

Missouri Southern State University’s strategic location in the suburbs of Joplin makes it an easy visit to the numerous amenities our town has to offer. As a current or incoming student, you might be...

1975-1976 Afro-American Society

Remembering MSSU’s Afro-American Society

Hannah Crouch February 12, 2024

Before we celebrated Black History Month, Missouri Southern State University’s Afro-American Society (AAS) established Black Awareness Week in 1975. Featured activities included a talent show, a “Black...

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MSSU Honors Ron Richard and Senator Roy Blunt in Naming Ceremonies

Sadie Heisner February 1, 2024

The Board of Governors at Missouri Southern State University unanimously approved a request to name the new Health Science Innovation Center after former United State Senator Roy Blunt during their meeting...

From Tests to Vaccines: MSSUs Health Center Offers Comprehensive COVID-19 Support

From Tests to Vaccines: MSSU’s Health Center Offers Comprehensive COVID-19 Support

Jazmine Knight, Reporter September 22, 2023

With the sudden rise in COVID-19 cases and schools across the US getting back into the swing of things, some concerns arise. "How can I protect myself when I’m around too many new people at school?...

Experience the Magic of Ireland on the Campus of MSSU

Experience the Magic of Ireland on the Campus of MSSU

Lydia Carlson, Reporter September 22, 2023

Missouri Southern's 2023 Themed Semester spotlights Ireland with various diverse events including guest speakers, book signings, musical performances, and even a a unique book club and...

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Destination: international classroom

Students travel abroad for additional experience
Katrina Ball, Reporter May 1, 2023

Last year, MSSU took students across the globe to experience beauty beyond the borders of this country during the spring of 2022, including England, Czech, Italy and Europe, just to name a few.  According...

International Student Club hosts food, culture festival

International Student Club hosts food, culture festival

Darren Zustiak April 21, 2023

If you ever wondered what people eat in different countries? What kinds of music do they listen to? What do they wear for their culture? Only one place to find out and that is at the World Music and Cuisine...

Executive Director Debbie Fort is located in 301 Hearnes Hall

Project Stay: A place for every student

Katrina Ball April 10, 2023

Project Stay: it truly has a meaning within the name. Project Stay is a federal grant program for first-generation students and is in 301 Hearnes Hall. Students learn about realistic goal setting and building...

Jack of all trades: Jett Steele

Jack of all trades: Jett Steele

Jace Opel, Managing Editor March 8, 2023

Before you ask, “Hey Siri, what is a “Jett of all trades?” You should know the answer can be found right here, strolling within the halls and sitting in the classrooms of Missouri Southern.   Freshman...

Mind over matter: student prioritizes mental health

Mind over matter: student prioritizes mental health

Katrina Ball February 20, 2023

College students have begun to prepare for another semester of classes, clubs and other activities while balancing deadlines and jobs. One of the more enormous challenges many will be unprepared for...

Photo of the finish line at the Tom Rutledge Cross Country Course

Cross Country Set to Compete in Regionals on Home Course

Jazmine Knight November 18, 2022

Cross country season is slowly coming to an end meaning no more running 100 miles per week for those runners.  Two weeks ago, Missouri Southern’s cross country team competed on their home course...

A councilman’s perspective on voting

A councilman’s perspective on voting

Jazmine Knight October 28, 2022

Students at Missouri Southern expressed their confusion about voting. Students wanted to know what to expect when voting and what would be on the ballot for midterm elections.  Josh DeTar was elected...

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