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A little R&R

By Sean Roberts ~ With spring break wrapping up March 12,  lots of Morningside students were talking about what they did over break.  While most people think of the traditional spring break as going to Mexico or Florida or some other tropical local, some students decided to take a less [...]

Morningside Student of the Week: Kelsey Nelson

Morningside Student of the Week: Kelsey Nelson

By Brittany Conolly ~ Meet Kelsey Nelson, a sophomore at Morningside College. Kelsey came to Morningside to study in the Education department. However, after a while in this area, Kelsey took a survey that pointed her in the direction of Mass Communication.  After finding her groove in the [...]

From Morningsiders With Love: Tips to the Public from Working Students

By Claire DeRoin ~ “They don’t pay me enough for this.” According to a study by Jonathan M. Orszag, Peter R. Orszag, and Diane M. Whitmore, 57% of college kids find themselves working some kind of job during the school year. The schedules of college kids make them candidates for part-time [...]

Morningside Student of the Week: Erin Hedlund

Morningside Student of the Week: Erin Hedlund

By Brittany Conolly-- Meet Erin Hedlund. Erin is a Junior at Morningside College. She is majoring is Psychology, and after graduation she wants to work in the juvenile courts. Erin says, "I've always liked my psychology classes in the past and the discussions always keep me interested." With [...]


By Brittany Poss ~ March Madness is targeted towards college basketball fanatics and people looking to win a few bucks. Gamblers do this by filling out a bracket that includes the 68 teams fighting for the national title. Spectators make either educated or random guesses as to who will be the [...]

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