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Tuesday October 23rd 2018



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The Siouxland Chamber of Commerce holds dinner meeting

By Claire DeRoin--The Siouxland Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner Meeting drew hundreds of locals to the Convention Center September 27.The sharp black and white theme in the banquet hall made for an elegant setting as guests in suits and business garb filed in and filled 112 tables. Servers weaved [...]

International Peace Day

  By Claire De Roin-- The International Students Association brought International Peace Day to campus with a paper crane folding table outside of the cafeteria Wednesday, September 21. Chisato Murillo and Jessica Sievers were staffing the table at dinner, teaching students how to [...]

Newt Gingrich visits Morningside

Newt Gingrich visits Morningside

By Claire De Roin-- Presidential candidate and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich spoke to a crowd of over a hundred people Tuesday September 20th at Morningside College. The Yockey Room was full of mostly older Caucasians when Gingrich strolled in ten minutes late. Gingrich opened [...]

All work and no play

  By Claire De Roin-- Many students at Morningside balance a work schedule and a class schedule. These students balance their schedule carefully, making sure classes and work shifts don’t overlap, making sure there is time for homework, making sure they will get enough sleep each [...]

Hometown pride or hometown discrimination?

Hometown pride or hometown discrimination?

By Claire DeRoin -- “If attending college in your hometown isn’t still living at home with your parents, I don’t know what is.” Statements like this can occasionally be heard around campus, usually tossed around by students from areas outside of the Sioux City metropolitan area. [...]

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