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Theatre department holds auditions for One-Act plays

Victoria Gaytan February 19, 2020

Theatre department holds auditions for One-Act playsThe students in Directing II course in the theatre department are preparing to hold auditions for their One-Act plays.Auditions will be held tomorrow...

Trever Davis, IT support technician and infrastructure broadcasting technician for KGCS (left, Nathan Achey, infrastructure manager (middle), and Evan Clay, junior computer information sciences major working with equipment in the KGCS studio

KGCS goes hi-definition

Victoria Gaytan January 29, 2020

When people of the Joplin community turn on the television, they can turn to KGCS for its programs.Missouri Southern’s television station KGCS is licensed to broadcast on channel 21, according to KGCS...

Janna Hautala and her family training together.

From Finland to America

Sierra Witzman January 29, 2020

Janna Hautala, junior public relations major, is an international student who comes from Vierumäki, or the Sports Institute of Finland, Finland. Janna runs the 800, which is her favorite, the 1500 and...

The 2019-2020 Southern cheerleaders at UCA Nationals on On Jan. 17, 2020.

The Pride takes on Disney World

Abby Bishop January 29, 2020

On Jan. 17, 2020 history was made for Missouri Southern in Orlando, Florida. Southern’s cheer squad competed in the UCA National Cheer and Dance Competition at Walt Disney’s Wide World of Sports for...

Student senate discusses presidential search

Toby Davis January 24, 2020

The search is underway for the next president of Missouri Southern. This was the dominant topic of discussion at the Student Senate meeting that occurred at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, January 22 in Billingsly...

Carol Stark

Remembering Carol Stark: A lifetime of news leadership, mentorship

Quinten Sargent August 28, 2019

Carol Stark, 61, Executive Editor of The Globe, died Wednesday August 14, 2019 at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, MO after an extensive battle with cancer.Stark began her career as a journalist in...

Student Senate plays a part in campus improvement

The campus of Missouri Southern has much to offer its community, from the Lion Co-op to a new lactation for nursing mothers.However, many have probably noticed other additions and changes around campus,...

‘Kaylea goes above and beyond’

By Mitch Carney Sports Editor April 29, 2019

Kaylea has only been with the Chart for an entire school year, but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t made an impact. In her short time with the program she has transformed the way I have thought about newspaper...

Kaylea M. Hutson-Miller attending Trey Vaughans graduation in 2018.

From ‘kidlet’ to graduate

Three advisors in as many years.And it will become four in the fourth year.That’s a recipe for disaster.But thanks to three wonderful people and some hard working and dedicated students over the years...

Kaylea, cally, and victoria

Lois Lane was our Superman: The 2018-19 advisor, Kaylea M. Hutson-Miller, helped students at The Chart grow as journalists.

Some of my most favorite memories this school year consist of an array of bracelets, flower patterned converse, a Batman backpack, and photos on social media sporting Instagram’s Lo-Fi bordered filter. In...

Top 10 things to do this summer

By Alex Berryhill Staff Writer April 29, 2019

As we come to the end of the semester and this being our last issue of The Chart for the 2019 spring semester, I could write about how to study for finals, but that's just not that fun and after writing...

ACT program helps during finals week

By Sara Lott Staff Writer April 29, 2019

With finals right around the corner, officials with the Advising, Counseling, and Testing Service office are ready to help students with finals, enrollment for next semester and any type of counseling...

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