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‘Features’ Archives

Greek Week Recap

By Rachael Arnts--Last week, Alpha Omicron Pi put their trivia knowledge to the test and came out on top for Greek Week. Alpha Omicron Pi (AOPi), Phi Mu Sinfonia, and ACACIA were the three Greek groups that competed against each other in multiple activities last week for Greek Week. Alpha [...]

Students Return from Study Abroad in Italy

Students Return from Study Abroad in Italy

By Rachel Potter – Morningside College sent 15 students and 2 professors to Italy at the beginning of the semester.  After three months, these students returned to the United States on Tuesday, April 12. While studying in Italy they were all able to stay on track with the college courses. [...]

Morningside’s Drone Piloting Course Takes Off

Morningside’s Drone Piloting Course Takes Off

By Rachael Arnts--Morningside’s newest program is taking flight. Drone Operations and Maintenance will be a new course added this coming fall. Even though it has not really been advertised, there has been a lot of interest in the new drone course. “The class was initially for ten [...]

Morningside’s Acquisition of Longfellow Gives Students Creative Space

By Alyssa Nehring--With graduation quickly approaching, seniors are getting ready to say goodbye to fellow students, faculty, staff, and campus. However, the Art Department is saying goodbye to the annex. The annex has housed art studios and students for years. This summer the annex will be torn [...]

MAC Goes to NACA to Scope Future Campus Events

By Diane Nguyen--It’s another year and the Morningside Activities Counsel  is gearing up and getting ready to go to NACA, which is April 6th-10th in Madison, WI. NACA is the National Association of Campus Activities. It is a convention where several performers and their agents come and [...]

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