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Bright future for senior Barker

By Brittany Conolly--Nursing at Morningside is a 4-year program, and is one of the few majors that give  students hand on experience from sophomore year to graduation. There are many  reasons people pick nursing as their major, but some pick it for a specific reason. Kelsey Barker, a senior, [...]

Student balances college and ROTC

by Claire DeRoin-- Gage Thackston, a junior mass communications major, knows exactly what he is going to do once he graduates. That’s more than can be said for some seniors. Thackston is currently enrolled in ROTC: Reserve Officer Training Corps. ROTC is a program that allows students to [...]

Have you heard Sexy Mike?

Have you heard Sexy Mike?

By Jescy Rodriguez -- “For me, music is a stress reliever and it’s a great way to express yourself when you can’t find the words to say or when you have something going on in your life,” explains Michael Oetken, 22, local talent and senior.  It’s not exaggerating in the least bit if you [...]

‘Jamaican’ Me a Better Student

‘Jamaican’ Me a Better Student

By Brittany Conolly--Not only is Brittney Schindler taking a full class schedule, but she is making time for practicums to jump-start her student teaching abilities. Juggling two majors, 18 credit hours, practicums, and a part time job at Apple Tree Daycare isn’t enough. Schindler, a senior [...]

Tom Gilbert’s Philosophy of Retirement

By Emily Domayer -- When Tom Gilbert was a student at Morningside, Dimmitt’s informal lounge was the dining hall. It is one of many changes Gilbert has seen during his 42 years of teaching at Morningside. “We would sit at a big table. The food was served family style. It was a lot more [...]

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