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Still thinking about May Term?

By Kevin Green-- In order to graduate students at Morningside are required to take a May Term. Trips this year include New York, Cuba, and Peru, though others are listed in the catalog, too. May Terms were developed to inspire a lifelong passion for learning. Financial Aid is available to those [...]

Friday is Writing Day

By Brittany Conolly-- Friday at Morningside College is writing day. Friday is Writing Day (FiWD) is a weekly writing series that is open for students, faculty, and staff to present their writing. FIWD was started in 1988 so people could celebrate writing by people all over campus. This time [...]

Annual MCU event engages students

Annual MCU event engages students

  The Morningside Civic Union held it's 10th Annual Poverty Simulation Monday, Jan. 30, from 6-8 pm. The event was held in the Yockey Room of the Olsen Student Center. The Poverty Simulation is designed to show students the difficulty of living with limited [...]

Singer/Songwriter entertains

Singer/Songwriter entertains

By Jazmine Dirks-- Since the young age of fourteen, she’s been gracing coffee shops and bars alike with her captivating voice and impressive guitar skills. It was this past Friday that Morningside’s Activities Council (MAC) was able to get the experienced singer/songwriter, Hana Pestle, to [...]

Morningsiders sleep out for the homeless

By Emily Domayer -- Morningside students gathered to raise awareness for the homeless in Sioux City Nov. 5. Students went to the Sioux City Explorers ballpark and made cardboard “houses” to sleep in overnight. The event lasted from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. SERVE, a volunteer group at Morningside, [...]

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