Editorials / December 6, 2022 World Population

by Josie Dike–The United Nations News (news.un.org), predicted the world population hit 8 billion in November.  Although the human population has grown rapidly; nearly 12 years have passed since it hit 7 billion. The growth rate has slowed down rapidly and it is possible that in the next few decades Earth’s population could begin to...

Editorials, Opinion / December 18, 2021 Credible Sources and the Media

By Emily Rotthaler– As a high school or college student there are some topics that teachers go over so often that you begin to know them by heart. One such topic is how to find a credible source and how to detect and avoid misinformation. I would argue that every Morningside student has at least...

Editorials / May 11, 2021 Why Not a ‘Dead Week’?

by Morgan Roberts–Moving during finals is potentially one of the most stressful things students experience their final semester of the year.  Classes are assigning end–of–the–year projects, exams, and papers, meaning students already have a full plate with studies. Unfortunately, Morningside does not provide ample time for students to focus solely on exams before leaving for...

Editorials / May 11, 2021 Masks Encouraged=Masks Required

by Morgan Roberts–Working in a service–oriented environment means dealing with the public face to face.  With COVID still being a health risk, masks are an obvious necessity with in–person meetings.  What is wild is that people still refuse to wear masks over a year into the pandemic! I work in a cafe where we have...

Editorials, Morningside People / April 29, 2021 A Professor’s Advice to a Graduating Senior

by Abby Koch-As the year is winding down, final projects are being turned in and the last events of the year at Morningside College act as benchmarks before finals. It is now a countdown until the Class of 2021 walks across the stage to collect their degree at graduation. Graduating seniors eagerly look at their...

Editorials / April 26, 2021 Chiropractor addresses runner’s IT Band pain

by Morgan Roberts–Being a student athlete includes interacting with athletic trainers on campus.  Everyone has different experiences, but I thought I would share my story as to why I will never step foot in the trainers office again.  Being a distance runner and hurdler, I have a lot of hip and knee problems. The main...

Editorials / April 23, 2021 Be aware of your surroundings when you jog

by Morgan Roberts–For women, running can be one of the most dangerous activities no matter the circumstance. Running itself is a way to get physically healthier and even help mental health — when they aren’t being catcalled or followed by random strangers.  Being part of the Morningside cross country and track team includes going off...

Editorials / April 23, 2021 Separate art from the artist

by Ashley Duncan–Famous artists that everybody knows and loves. Pablo Picasso, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, Salvador Dali, Vincent Van Gogh, and Jackson Pollock. Their artwork was amazing and sold for millions because they were such inspirations, as everybody believes. However, Pablo Picasso tortured his models before he painted them. He would make them cry,...

Editorials / May 9, 2020 A senior’s COVID-19 timeline (video)

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Editorials, Features / May 4, 2020 Coping With a Pandemic (video)

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From the Box: A Reflection on Four Years of Broadcasting Morningside Football
Editorials, Sports

From the Box: A Reflection on Four Years of Broadcasting Morningside Football

by Steven Cutler–Let me just start by saying, I am a sports geek. I came to Morningside College in the fall of 2016 so I could become a sports broadcaster. Going in to college, I didn’t know I would be as invested in a team as I was to my favorite pro and college teams. This changed when I started covering Morningside Football for the student radio on September 3rd, 2016.

Rack it: the mess of HPER center
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Rack it: the mess of HPER center

by Abby Koch–Working out is pretty simple in a weight room. First you choose what equipment you will need for your work out, possibly put some plates on the equipment, and get your reps in. When you’re done, you put away the items you used in the proper place. Hindman-Hobbs Center (HPER) gym goers don’t…

From Home Life to College Life
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From Home Life to College Life

by Mari Pizzini-The decision to attend college is life-changing and often terrifying. Transitioning into college life is said to be one of life’s hardest changes. Moving away from home, getting to know new people, and experiencing greater responsibility all affect the college transition.  As the 2019-2020 school year has begun, freshmen are settling into life…

A Trip to the Market
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A Trip to the Market

By Iandra Estupinian–The Sioux City Farmers Market season has come again, starting May 1st and ending October 27. Conveniently located just past the Tyson Events Center in downtown Sioux City, you can find many friendly vendors selling fresh and organic goodies. The Farmers Market is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8:00 am to 1:00…

An Unlikely Hobby: Thrift Shopping
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An Unlikely Hobby: Thrift Shopping

By Tracie Tuttle–Second-hand shopping is a necessity for many people, especially college students or people on a budget. You can often find some really great deals on almost anything, from clothing to cookware to decoration for next year’s dorm or apartment. There are several reasons why second-hand shopping could be your next hobby. Hunting for…

The Power of No
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The Power of No

By Abby Koch–Saying no to activities is a hard thing to do in college. There are so many opportunities that a person can choose from, but joining too many things can become overwhelming for a full-time college student. Learning how to say no is a necessary skill. If you were like me going through high…

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