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Thursday November 26th 2015


Morningside wins instant classic, 75-69 (photos) Morningside wins instant »

Morningside refused to give up against the equally resilient St. Xavier University Cougars. The Mustangs [...]

Mustang swimmers begin season Mustang swimmers begin season »

By Alyssa Nehring--The Morningside swim team begins the season with the end goal of nationals in their [...]

Preseason polls charge up Mustang basketball Preseason polls charge up »

By Jade Nelson--With basketball season quickly approaching, Briar Cliff is said to be the top men’s [...]

Morningside People

Kyle Hiser, StuGov Secretary »

Kyle Hiser, StuGov Secretary

Kyle Hiser By Diane Nguyen--Student Government Secretary Kyle Hiser is a junior majoring in biology and chemistry from Shenandoah, IA. As secretary [Read More]


ODK Group of the Month: Philosophy Club ODK Group of the »

By Kara Bentz--There are several up-and-coming groups on Morningside’s campus. One that [...]

Breakfast 24 hours a day! Breakfast 24 hours »

By Courtney Schulte--People all over the United States are celebrating McDonald’s [...]

Nursing education means stress and commitment Nursing education »

By Molly O'Neill--A lot of college students go through periods where they are stressed [...]


Check out life with the door open

By Diane Nguyen--I’m not going to be the first person to say this, in the most blunt way possible, but adult life sucks. You have to pay bills, buy food, find the energy to cook the food, and then eat it. Along with juggling a job and schoolwork. Not to mention the social life you have to keep. That way no one goes insane from not talking to [...]

Letter: Now is the time for clean energy

Dear Editor: I’m writing to express my concern about clean energy and the need to have citizens and politicians alike adopt a new thought process about Iowa’s energy. A lot of the conversations about energy and climate change have been geared towards risks and the negative affects, reminding us of the danger of inaction, but now is the [...]

Jump the Fence! Take a chance!

Jump the Fence! Take a chance!

By Jenni Beaver Last week I found myself in a classroom full of people seemingly very different from myself. It was an Honors class and we were discussing dreams and goals. Left and right I heard people saying, “Be practical.” Another person would say, “You can dream, but don’t dream too big.” I honestly couldn’t believe [...]