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Welcoming Dr. Lawrence Muzinga

Welcoming Dr. Lawrence Muzinga

by Alyssa Nehring--The Business Department welcomes its newest finance professor, Dr. Ngamboko (Lawrence) Muzinga. Muzinga was born and raised in Kinshasa, Congo, and has had nothing but adventure before finding his next challenge at Morningside College. Muzinga has always possessed the natural [...]

Theater students perform at Kennedy Center Festival

by Maggie Ganley--From January 21-27, theater students from Morningside College showcased their talents in the limelight at the Kennedy Center American College Festival (KCACTF) in Des Moines. Fourteen students accompanied Prof. Taylor Clemens to this festival. Madison Schueth, a junior [...]

Combating the ‘Sophomore Slump’

Combating the ‘Sophomore Slump’

  Peer Mentor Training by Alyssa Nehring--Across the nation, college sophomores are experiencing the "sophomore slump.” This is a period that most second-year students go through without even recognizing it. The sophomore slump is defined as a time of developmental confusion. [...]

Sigma Tau Delta Inducts New Members

Sigma Tau Delta Inducts New Members

Prof. Marty Knepper by Rachael Arnts--On Wednesday evening (Nov. 30) ten Morningside students were inducted into the Morningside chapter of the Sigma Tau Delta (STD) English Honor Society. To be eligible for the honor society, the students must have completed at least 12 credit hours of upper [...]

Best-Selling Author Leads 2017 Waitt Lecture

Best-Selling Author Leads 2017 Waitt Lecture

J. D. Vance by Sara Alexander-- “The American dream is in crisis.” J.D. Vance, author of the New York Times best-seller “Hillbilly Elegy: A memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis,” believes the traditional American dream is in crisis; not every kid in every part of the country [...]

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