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Tales from our troops: battling with mental health struggles and suicide

Brooklyn Cady May 26, 2022

Although the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides mental health services, treatment through the VA emergency department, and access to the Veterans Crisis Line, millions of Veterans receive...

Professionals present at Southern’s annual art symposium

Madalyn Richardson November 11, 2020

A group of business and visual arts professionals presented to Missouri Southern students at the 7th Annual Nannette Philibert Business of Art Symposium. The event took place in the Fred G. Hughes...

The Southern Symphony Orchestra returns for a ‘Caribbean Adventure’

Madalyn Richardson October 28, 2020

The Southern Symphony Orchestra tuned to their instruments for the “Caribbean Adventure” concert on Friday night, Oct. 23, and played together for their first live performance together since the coronavirus...

Chiefs fans boo the moment of silence

Andre Louque September 25, 2020

Sept. 10 marked the beginning of the 2020-2021 National Football League as the Kansas City Chiefs took on the Houston Texans at Arrowhead Stadium.The last time these two teams faced one another was on...

On Sept. 12 members of the community in conjunction with the Southerns art department created a mural on the windows located in Phinney Hall, part of the fine arts complex. 

Community members come together to create mural

Madalyn Richardson September 25, 2020

Missouri Southern’s Spiva Arts Gallery is currently hosting the “On an Island” exhibit, featuring photography and a TEDx Port of Spain Presentation by photographer Nadia Huggins.Huggins’ work explores...

The Chamber singers reherse outside Corely Auditorium  following new restrictions put in place to cut down on the transmission of aerosols. 

Music, theatre tackle unique challenges

Andre Louque & Quinten Sargent September 23, 2020

Following the dismissal of in-person contact between students and faculty and staff on March 13, Missouri Southern experienced major effects to the University due to the coronavirus pandemic. Following...

“The New Mutants” dubbed as problematic

Adam Stokes September 8, 2020

After multiple delays, “The New Mutants” has finally been released, as theaters slowly reopen.The film was originally set to open in 2018 but was pushed back in order to film scarier reshoots after...

Comparing Conventions: The DNC vs. The RNC

Nick Staus September 4, 2020

Since March the United States has been throttled by catastrophe followed by controversy.According to John Hopkins University, the coronavirus has infected more than six million people and claimed the lives...

Chris remains a staple with new release

Orval Howard September 2, 2020

Don’t call it a comeback. Chris Stapleton surprised fans last week with an album release date followed by his first single in over two years.Stapleton wiped his Instagram clean, releasing a 40 second...

Missouri Southern updates COVID-19 statistics

August 25, 2020

 11 students and two campus employees have tested positive for COVID-19 on Missouri Southern’s campus. The Wilcoxon Health Center has administered a total of 701 COVID-19 tests. The number of positive...

Devoid of expression: COVID-19’s impact on theatre

Michael Rivera May 1, 2020

Picture this: a grand auditorium filled with row after row of empty seats. Its balcony empty, with no patrons there to fill the room with laughter and excitement before watching the night’s show. There...

“Extraction” delivers on the action

Orval Howard April 28, 2020

Netflix is hit or miss when it comes to their original films. However, they hit the nail on the head with their new release, Extraction.The film stars Chris Hemsworth as a hardened, fearless mercenary...

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