News / October 16, 2021 One year of CRJS classes in retrospect

By Emily Rotthaler– After finishing the first full year of criminal justice classes at Morningside, Professor Jessica Meckes looks back on the first steps and forward to the new opportunities for the department. Meckes, who is one of the department’s only two instructors, said the first year has been great. She added, “It was a...

News / October 13, 2021 What Morningside College Students Do With Their Free Time

By Jadyn Steffen– Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a college student with time all to yourself? Yeah, me too. However, multiple Morningside students have shared what it is that they like to do for fun in the great Sioux City, Iowa.  For starters, did you know that Sioux City...

News / October 13, 2021 Favorite Family-Owned Restaurants

By Jadyn Steffen– Sioux City, Iowa, has a great selection of fast-food places, but what about the lesser-known family-owned restaurants? Morningside University students know about and recommend some of the city’s hidden gems. Senior Mattie Tucker says, “My boyfriend and I love supporting smaller family-owned businesses. We are farmers, so of course we like to...

News / October 13, 2021 Fall Break Follies

By Jadyn Steffen– With Fall Break starting this Thursday, plenty of Morningside Students are planning what they are going to do with this much needed time off. Whether it be taking time for themselves or going home to see family and friends, everyone is ready to finally kick back and relax. Junior Jennie Reideman says,...

News / October 12, 2021 The end of Craig’s Bond era – No Time to Die

By Emily Rotthaler– Daniel Craig’s last appearance as James Bond takes on a complicated and unique but well thought out plot that will captivate the audience’s attention until the last second. With a running time of 2h 43mins, No Time to Die is the longest and most extensive Bond movie to this day and not an easy...

News / October 12, 2021 Morningside Stand Against Sex Trafficking

By Emily Rotthaler– To raise awareness of the issue of sex trafficking, Morningside’s “Human and Women’s Rights” class is hosting a 24-hour stand against sex trafficking on the “M” from October 19 to 20. Running from noon on Wednesday to noon on Thursday, the event will offer a variety of events, according to junior Alex...

News / October 12, 2021 The Self Publishing Story of Jeff Deitering

By: Ashley Duncan When people think of publishing a book or any piece of writing, they see the process as very difficult. In reality, the process can be a lot easier if they want it to be. Jeff Deitering, a self-publisher, explains this process.  Deitering has written four books in his Hook and Patch series,...

One year of CRJS classes in retrospect
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One year of CRJS classes in retrospect

By Emily Rotthaler– After finishing the first full year of criminal justice classes at Morningside, Professor Jessica Meckes looks back on the first steps and forward to the new opportunities for the department. Meckes, who is one of the department’s only two instructors, said the first year has been great. She added, “It was a…

What Morningside College Students Do With Their Free Time
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What Morningside College Students Do With Their Free Time

By Jadyn Steffen– Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a college student with time all to yourself? Yeah, me too. However, multiple Morningside students have shared what it is that they like to do for fun in the great Sioux City, Iowa.  For starters, did you know that Sioux City…

Favorite Family-Owned Restaurants
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Favorite Family-Owned Restaurants

By Jadyn Steffen– Sioux City, Iowa, has a great selection of fast-food places, but what about the lesser-known family-owned restaurants? Morningside University students know about and recommend some of the city’s hidden gems. Senior Mattie Tucker says, “My boyfriend and I love supporting smaller family-owned businesses. We are farmers, so of course we like to…

Fall Break Follies
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Fall Break Follies

By Jadyn Steffen– With Fall Break starting this Thursday, plenty of Morningside Students are planning what they are going to do with this much needed time off. Whether it be taking time for themselves or going home to see family and friends, everyone is ready to finally kick back and relax. Junior Jennie Reideman says,…

The end of Craig’s Bond era – No Time to Die
News

The end of Craig’s Bond era – No Time to Die

By Emily Rotthaler– Daniel Craig’s last appearance as James Bond takes on a complicated and unique but well thought out plot that will captivate the audience’s attention until the last second. With a running time of 2h 43mins, No Time to Die is the longest and most extensive Bond movie to this day and not an easy…

Morningside Stand Against Sex Trafficking
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Morningside Stand Against Sex Trafficking

By Emily Rotthaler– To raise awareness of the issue of sex trafficking, Morningside’s “Human and Women’s Rights” class is hosting a 24-hour stand against sex trafficking on the “M” from October 19 to 20. Running from noon on Wednesday to noon on Thursday, the event will offer a variety of events, according to junior Alex…

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