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Into the Streets: Behind the Scenes

Into the Streets: Behind the Scenes

by Rachael Arnts--The eleventh annual Into the Streets is less than a month away, but before students can go “Into the Streets,” a lot of behind-the-scenes work has to be done. This year’s official start to Into the Streets planning took place during Omicron Delta Kappa’s (National [...]

Morningside May Term: A quick guide

by Shelby Small--At Morningside, a May Term class is a requirement to graduate. For some students May Term is an opportunity to step outside of their comfort zone and explore a new place or even try something they never thought they would. May Term classes offer students the ability to gain [...]

Sorority life: More than just parties

by Lindsey Smith--While sorority life is often regarded as one wild, unending party, the girls of Alpha Omicron Pi (AOII) are trying to prove they are more than the stereotype people see in the movies. With last week marking the start of this year’s recruitment, the sorority hosted bonding [...]

Senioritis hits early

By Rachael Arnts--Senioritis. The classic case of a student wanting to end a chapter of their life and start a new one. With two weeks of school under everyone’s belt, two senior Morningside education students are already showing the symptoms of this “disease”. Senior English Education [...]

The Hook Up: Become Upstanders, Not Bystanders

By Lindsey Smith-- MAC’s first campus event started with a bang as students could be heard calling out, “whore,” “slut,” and “stud.” In fact, students were not verbally abusing others, but bringing light to how society views individuals who engage in sex. Courtney Abbott, a [...]

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