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Slam Poet Talks Real-Life Issues

Slam Poet Talks Real-Life Issues

Natasha "T" Miller (2.3.17) By Lindsey Smith - Popular slam poet and Detroit native Natasha “T” Miller made an appearance in Buck’s Café at Morningside College on Thursday. Miller performed a variety of poems ranging in topic from her brother’s death to the treatment of black lesbians [...]

Alpha Omicron Pi Announces Spring Recruitment Plans

Alpha Omicron Pi Announces Spring Recruitment Plans

(1/30/17) By Maggie Ganley - The members of Alpha Omicron Pi are excited to announce spring recruitment is upon us. This week, members have planned out many entertaining events such as late night breakfast, painting canvases, Panda Bingo, and game night. List of Recruitment Events Alpha [...]

Local College Students Participate in Solidarity Marches Across the Globe

Local College Students Participate in Solidarity Marches Across the Globe

(1/30/17) By Jaclyn Arens - Millions of people rallied together on Trump’s first day. The main march was the Women’s March on Washington, but there were hundreds of sister marches across the globe. Organizers of the D.C. march say it was a direct response to Trump because of his stances on [...]

MAC Strives for Fantastic Entertainment

MAC Strives for Fantastic Entertainment

MAC leaders prepare for a meeting (1/26/17) By Maggie Ganley -- A backstage look at events, a way to get involved, a way to have an impact; you can expect all of these things if you join Morningside Activities Council (MAC). MAC is an organization on campus that brings a variety of [...]

Psychology Honor Society Holds T-Shirt Tye-Dye Event

Psychology Honor Society Holds T-Shirt Tye-Dye Event

Artist Kaitlynn McShane (1.23.17) By Jaden Lux - The Pyschology Honor Society, Psy-Chi, hosted a diversity event in the Yockey Room on Friday. Psy-Chi students led other Morningside students in tie dyeing T-shirts for a cause. The event lasted from 11 to 1 in the afternoon Friday and was [...]

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