Photo, Sports / January 19, 2023 Mustangs top Doane twice

Click HERE for game stats. Then prepare for Alumni Days events Saturday, Feb. 4, beginning at 2 pm. The Mustangs will face off against Briar Cliff.

Features, Food and Drink / December 17, 2022 Cooking Up Feel-Good TV

by Emily Rothhaler–“On your marks.” “Get set!” “BAAAAKE!” These are the three commands that Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas exclaim at the start of each challenge in the Great British Baking Show. The competitors waste no time pulling out their recipes, aware that they only have limited time to complete their ambitious baking projects. As...

News / December 15, 2022 Mustang Swimmers Complete First Part of Season in St. Paul

by Josie Dike--The Mustang swimmers traveled nearly five hours to Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minn, for a two day meet and one last competition to end the semester. Head coach Bryan Farris said, “This meet was a good one.” He added, “We had a small taper that prepared us to swim fast and a...

News / December 15, 2022 Christmas Trends for College Students

by Josie Dike–Looking for a way to make your plain-old college dorm room more festive for the holidays? Here are three ways to deck the halls this year. First on the list, add a Christmas tree! Some traditions consist of embarking on a journey into the forest to chop down the perfect tree, but living...

Arts & Entertainment / December 11, 2022 We Deserve Monuments- Book Review

by Payton Miller — We Deserve Monuments- Book ReviewReleased November 29th, We Deserve Monuments has made waves in unexpected ways across social media.  We Deserve Monuments, a book by Jas Hammons, follows the story of 17 year-old Avery Anderson as she moves with her family from Washington DC to the small town of Bardell, Georgia....

Sports / December 10, 2022 Soccer Season Breakdown

by Rena Ketelsen–Morningside’s soccer seasons ended with the women’s team and the men’s team in sixth place in the conference. This end was quite “disappointing” for both teams, coach Tom Maxon stated. The women’s team started out with some wins and both teams played good soccer. According to Maxon, there were initially high hopes for...

Features, Sports / December 10, 2022 Americans and the World Cup

by Rena Ketelsen–Stadiums with roaring crowds, mostly dressed in two different colors, are not uncommon in most countries. In the US, sports like American football, basketball, or baseball frequently attract such crowds. In many other countries, however, there is one sport that can have thousands or even millions of people forget everything for two hours...

Cooking Up Feel-Good TV
Features, Food and Drink

Cooking Up Feel-Good TV

by Emily Rothhaler–“On your marks.” “Get set!” “BAAAAKE!” These are the three commands that Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas exclaim at the start of each challenge in the Great British Baking Show. The competitors waste no time pulling out their recipes, aware that they only have limited time to complete their ambitious baking projects. As…

Mustang Swimmers Complete First Part of  Season in St. Paul
News

Mustang Swimmers Complete First Part of Season in St. Paul

by Josie Dike–The Mustang swimmers traveled nearly five hours to Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minn, for a two day meet and one last competition to end the semester. Head coach Bryan Farris said, “This meet was a good one.” He added, “We had a small taper that prepared us to swim fast and a…

Christmas Trends for College Students
News

Christmas Trends for College Students

by Josie Dike–Looking for a way to make your plain-old college dorm room more festive for the holidays? Here are three ways to deck the halls this year. First on the list, add a Christmas tree! Some traditions consist of embarking on a journey into the forest to chop down the perfect tree, but living…

We Deserve Monuments- Book Review
Arts & Entertainment

We Deserve Monuments- Book Review

by Payton Miller — We Deserve Monuments- Book ReviewReleased November 29th, We Deserve Monuments has made waves in unexpected ways across social media.  We Deserve Monuments, a book by Jas Hammons, follows the story of 17 year-old Avery Anderson as she moves with her family from Washington DC to the small town of Bardell, Georgia….

Soccer Season Breakdown
Sports

Soccer Season Breakdown

by Rena Ketelsen–Morningside’s soccer seasons ended with the women’s team and the men’s team in sixth place in the conference. This end was quite “disappointing” for both teams, coach Tom Maxon stated. The women’s team started out with some wins and both teams played good soccer. According to Maxon, there were initially high hopes for…

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