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The price of being a broke college kid

McKenna Hodges, Managing Editor December 7, 2022

As I opened my last package of 50-cent ramen and put it in the microwave, I thought to myself “this is normal, everyone here is a broke college kid too.” This was the mindset that I had during my first...

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...

20 years of celebrating MLK

Sierra Witzman January 22, 2020

The 20th annual celebration honoring civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was held in Missouri Southern's North End Zone facility at 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 20. “I’m so proud of all...

‘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...

Politics of Sex course offered in the fall

By Valeria Perez Staff Writer April 29, 2019

In Fall 2019, a new course will be offered to political science students at Missouri Southern.The new course is called Politics of Sex and will be taught by Dr. Nicole R. Foster Shoaf, assistant professor...

A librarian’s impact

Being a librarian is a job that requires a lot of knowledge and responsibilities. Those who work within the Spiva library help patrons locate and find their materials. Whitney Hamm is an archivist and...

Martial arts as a means of protecting oneself

By Reid Davis Staff Writer April 29, 2019

Martial arts such as Jiu jitsu, judo, or taekwondo are all ways to stay in shape as well as an opportunity to learn a means of protecting oneself. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, or BJJ as it is often referred,...

Get creative with your resume, design a portfolio

Our View April 29, 2019

As the end of the semester nears, many students are compiling content for their portfolios. With so many projects assigned, students are continuously creating new content much of which can go into the...

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