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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...

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...

How to register for mail-in ballots

Morgan Shields October 25, 2022

For students, voting while still in school can be difficult. Some may be across the country, or just not in the right district of their state to vote. This can cause students to not want to vote, or to...

Prepare for the polls

Prepare for the polls

Morgan Shields October 25, 2022

Over the last decade voter turnout for college students has been on the rise. On Tuesday, Nov. 8, citizens of the United States have the opportunity to vote in midterm elections.  The 2020 presidential...

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

Trigger Warning: As the title suggests, this article discusses themes and accounts from veterans and enlisted personnel surrounding depression, suicide, rape, and other potentially disturbing content for some audiences.
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...

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