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Saturday November 17th 2018



‘Opinion’ Archives

Morningside students are slobs

By Claire DeRoin-- “Why are you all dressed up?” I hate being asked that question, especially when I’m wearing jeans and a blouse. That isn’t dressed up. That’s having actual casual clothes on. If it weren’t for the majority of students wearing sweatpants and ratty gym clothes to [...]

My turn to give back

My turn to give back

By Paige Potter--Over 700 Morningside students packed Eppley Auditorium as the annual “Into the Streets” took place Wednesday, October 3.  Fifty-one groups helped as they went out into the Siouxland community to volunteer for the morning. This was my second year volunteering with Into he [...]

Going ‘Into the Streets’ of Sioux City

Going ‘Into the Streets’ of Sioux City

By Gustav Hollnagel—Today was my third time of participating in the annual community service event “Into the Streets”. Before I get into any details about today’s community service I’d like to say that I feel special to be part of this institution that allows us all to give a helping hand [...]

Food Review – Golden Bowl

By Meghanne Adams-- If you’re in the mood for Chinese food, Sioux City has limited options. Let’s face it; it just isn’t a Chinese food hot spot. Contrary to the limitations of the area, a little unknown restaurant close to downtown proves to have an authentic taste, more than reasonable [...]

Patriotism shouldn’t be one day only

By Claire DeRoin-- #Remember911 and #NeverForget911 trended on Twitter for the first half of the day on September 11, 2012, but by the evening, #theVoice had taken over and no 9-11 hashtags remained on the top trending list. Why is it that a lot of Americans seem to pick and choose the days [...]

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