Features / April 20, 2021 Kindness rocks!

by Emily Rotthaler–Since 2018 the project “Siouxland Rocks” has been spreading an extra ounce of kindness and positivity in Siouxland – in the form of artistically designed rocks. Coming in all kinds of sizes, shapes and colors the rocks have caught the eyes of hundreds of Siouxlanders. These specially designed rocks feature paintings, messages, or...

Features / April 20, 2021 Keep the Serotonin Pumping

by Ashley Duncan–College is a stressful time in a student’s life. A whole new place, learning how to be an adult, and just being so far from everything they know, it is hard to stay positive sometimes. COVID-19 makes it even harder, but students have found ways to prevail and keep serotonin pumping through their...

Photo, Sports / April 17, 2021 Mustangs Shut Down Carroll College 55-0 (Photos)

Photos by Abby Koch-Mustang football showed their strength with a 55-0 win in the first round of the NAIA playoffs against Carroll College. Morningside extends their win streak 9-0 for the season and 38th continuous win in a row. Senior running back Anthony Sims received offensive player of the game with 137 rushing yards and...

Photo, Sports / April 16, 2021 Mustangs take on Sioux City Relays (Photos)

Photos by Abby Koch Click here for full story and stats.

News / April 13, 2021 Morningside Efforts in COVID-19 Vaccinations

by Kassidy Hart-With the COVID-19 vaccine now available to the majority of the population, more and more students are choosing to participate in the vaccination decision. “I got my first dose the second week of February and the second dose the first week of March through the Siouxland District Health’s Clinic at the Tyson Center,”...

Arts & Entertainment / April 11, 2021 The Snap: ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ Gives a Sucker Punch

by Abby Koch-The Falcon and the Winter Soldier has its best and longest episode yet with the fourth episode, “The Whole World is Watching.” This installment is engaging with the complex ideals of who and what makes a hero or a villain. The influence that Captain America hangs over each of these characters like a...

News / April 7, 2021 The Female Struggle of Feeling Safe

by Emily Rotthaler-Keys between the fingers, pepper spray on the keychain, and sharing one’s live location with a relative or friend. All of these are part of a seemingly unspoken codex of safety precautions women consciously take to protect themselves from possible harassment and attacks by strangers in public. While a lot of women seem...

Kindness rocks!
Features

Kindness rocks!

by Emily Rotthaler–Since 2018 the project “Siouxland Rocks” has been spreading an extra ounce of kindness and positivity in Siouxland – in the form of artistically designed rocks. Coming in all kinds of sizes, shapes and colors the rocks have caught the eyes of hundreds of Siouxlanders. These specially designed rocks feature paintings, messages, or…

Keep the Serotonin Pumping
Features

Keep the Serotonin Pumping

by Ashley Duncan–College is a stressful time in a student’s life. A whole new place, learning how to be an adult, and just being so far from everything they know, it is hard to stay positive sometimes. COVID-19 makes it even harder, but students have found ways to prevail and keep serotonin pumping through their…

Mustangs Shut Down Carroll College 55-0 (Photos)
Photo, Sports

Mustangs Shut Down Carroll College 55-0 (Photos)

Photos by Abby Koch-Mustang football showed their strength with a 55-0 win in the first round of the NAIA playoffs against Carroll College. Morningside extends their win streak 9-0 for the season and 38th continuous win in a row. Senior running back Anthony Sims received offensive player of the game with 137 rushing yards and…

Morningside Efforts in COVID-19 Vaccinations
News

Morningside Efforts in COVID-19 Vaccinations

by Kassidy Hart-With the COVID-19 vaccine now available to the majority of the population, more and more students are choosing to participate in the vaccination decision. “I got my first dose the second week of February and the second dose the first week of March through the Siouxland District Health’s Clinic at the Tyson Center,”…

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