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Climatologist suggests Midwesterners shouldn’t ignore climate change

Climatologist suggests Midwesterners shouldn’t ignore climate change

by Rachael Arnts, Mitch Kellogg--A century’s worth of data suggests the climate is changing and that several American sectors are facing a new normal. On his farewell tour before retirement, Mark Seeley, a climatologist, professor, and Minnesota public media personality, shared his data to [...]

Gender Undone kicks off Feminist Week with Q&A session

Gender Undone kicks off Feminist Week with Q&A session

Sarah Jackson and Kellan Walker by Lindsey Smith--Gender Undone members gathered Tuesday (Nov. 14) afternoon to cover a number of topics ranging from discovering the language in the LGBTQ+ community to how to be a good ally. Combining Feminist Week with Transgender Awareness Week, Gender [...]

Theater students to put best feet forward at KCACTF

Theater students to put best feet forward at KCACTF

Amy Carothers by Lindsey Smith--With the upcoming Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) in January, students at Morningside are working hard to prepare their performances. Among the nominees are Jared Martin and Amy Carothers. Martin was selected for his role in Love, Sex, [...]

Morningside had a “soup-er” Halloween

Morningside had a “soup-er” Halloween

by Rachael Arnts--Morningside’s chapter of the English Honor Society, Sigma Tau Delta (STD), was “soup-er” excited to kick off this year’s Cup of Soup fundraiser on Halloween. The menu featured homemade tomato basil tortellini, zuppa toscana, creamy potato, chicken tortilla, and chili. [...]

Dr. Bass addresses ‘loose talk’ about impeachment

Dr. Bass addresses ‘loose talk’ about impeachment

Dr. Patrick Bass by Christina Vazquez--Impeachment in America has, historically, not been about actually removing someone from office, but rather to send a message.  History professor Dr. Patrick Bass delivered a lecture Tuesday (10.24) about the historical precedents impeachment has in [...]

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