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One-Hour Photos

One-Hour Photos

Tuesday (April 16) was a fine day to go outside and take pictures. Sophomore Mari Pizzini and Sophomore Taylor Van Vliet working hard in the writing center. (photo by Abby Koch)Kaitlynn McShane creating her artwork, "Beautifully Broken," for her painting class (photo by Tracie TuttleWaiting. [...]

Student photo project challenges gender norms

Student photo project challenges gender norms

 "This exhibit is about not being scared of who you are." Jesseca Ormond by Maggie Ganley--Jesseca Ormond is challenging Morningsiders to think deeper about societal stereotypes. Jesseca’s Summer Undergraduate Research Project (SURP), on display in the library, focuses on breaking through the [...]

Christina Vázquez is ODK’s Leader of the Year

Christina Vázquez is ODK’s Leader of the Year

by Maggie Ganley – Omicron Delta Kappa, an upperclassmen honor society on campus, elected Christina Vázquez as their leader of the year. Vázquez is ODK’s secretary and is in charge of sending out emails about meetings and events. However, her work doesn’t stop there. She was also in [...]

Food Trucks in Peter’s Park

Food Trucks in Peter’s Park

by Jesseca Ormond -- Small crowds gathered around two food trucks in Peters Park this and last Thursday afternoon. One truck is from Heartland Coffee & Nosh and the other is from Daga’s Mexican Grill. The collaboration of these two trucks is called the Morningside Mash-up. The Peters Park [...]

Snow Makes Its Way Into Sioux City This April (Photos)

Snow Makes Its Way Into Sioux City This April (Photos)

    by Maggie Ganley – Will April snow have the same affect as "April showers" and bring May flowers? Let's hope so because snow made its way back into Sioux City today (and again over the weekend). There has been a light layering of fluffy, wet snow all day today, which I'm [...]

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