Features / December 20, 2021 Making her Mark

By Kassidy Hart– Throughout her whole life, junior Payton Sauerbrei has been juggling different activities but says that college has been an entirely different experience.  From Worthington, Minn., Sauerbrei has been making her mark – not only on Morningside’s campus but also on Sioux City. On top of being heavily involved in many clubs and...

Features / December 19, 2021 Cat Café Coming to Sioux City?

By: Morgan Roberts Downtown Sioux City could be home to the first cat café in the Siouxland area. Megan Thompson, owner of Coffee and Purrs, wants to make that a reality in these upcoming months. The first meeting of code change was approved for hearing from the Sioux City Council.  The unanimous vote happened with...

Features / December 19, 2021 Life with Cats from the Trash

By: Morgan Roberts Earlier this school year, my coworker Brittney told me about two kittens needing a home from the “Convenience Center”-landfill- here in Sioux City.  It took about a week to successfully catch both cats. Day one Brittney caught Mars and took her to my house where she hid under the bed most of...

Features / December 19, 2021 Is History Repeating Itself in the World of Fashion?

By: Morgan Roberts 2021 was a new year with coming out of quarantine and going back to social interactions.  Social media became a crutch amid the pandemic and stuck with the upcoming generation with connections, trends, and social culture. During the pandemic, Gen Z had a lot of time on their hands to go back...

Features / December 13, 2021 Christmas Break

By Jadyn Steffen– When it comes time for Christmas, the students at Morningside University are beyond ready to head home for break. Everyone has their own exciting plans with their friends and family and a couple students were willing enough to share what they are looking forward to the most.  Freshman Jesus Jimenez says, ”I...

Features / December 10, 2021 How to Prep for Finals

By Jadyn Steffen– With finals right around the corner, Morningside students are finding their stress levels are through the roof. When it comes to finally pushing through this much dreaded week, a couple students offered their input on the ways they cope with the lack of motivation and anxiety.  Sophomore Ana Conover says, “I cope...

Features / October 12, 2021 Morningside University Senior Spotlight- John Anderson

By: Morgan Roberts John Anderson is a senior Computer Science Major with a Minor in Marketing. With a previous two-year degree, Anderson had the means to advance to a bachelors degree. A fun fact is that Anderson is a hobby beekeeper, turned business owner of Lone Oak Honey Company. Pursuing what he loves to do,...

Features, Food and Drink / May 7, 2021 Daily Spot and the Infamous Tea Bombs

by Chloe Pieper–Over the past month I have tried countless amounts of different drinks that could get me through classes and the long list of assignments coming due.  My personal favorite, introduced to me by Emma Endrulat, is Tea Bombs from Daily Spot (Energy and Nutrition). They are rich and vibrant drinks that come in...

Arts & Entertainment, Features / May 7, 2021 Some sites for your summer amusement

by Hailey Barrus–As the semester dwindles away, and students head in to take their final exams, summer inches closer and closer.  If you’re a Morningside student looking to stay around Sioux City this summer there are a few key locations that you may want to check out.  “During the warmer months I feel like I...

Arts & Entertainment, Features / April 26, 2021 OC Tulip Festival returns after COVID cancellation

by Chloe Krommendyk–Each year during the month of May, Orange City, Iowa, welcomes thousands of visitors from all over the world to the annual Tulip Festival, where they celebrate their Dutch Heritage. Tulip Festival is a three–day event that focuses on old Dutch customs and traditions. This year, Tulip Festival falls on May 13, 14,...

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Making her Mark
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Making her Mark

By Kassidy Hart– Throughout her whole life, junior Payton Sauerbrei has been juggling different activities but says that college has been an entirely different experience.  From Worthington, Minn., Sauerbrei has been making her mark – not only on Morningside’s campus but also on Sioux City. On top of being heavily involved in many clubs and…

Cat Café Coming to Sioux City?
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Cat Café Coming to Sioux City?

By: Morgan Roberts Downtown Sioux City could be home to the first cat café in the Siouxland area. Megan Thompson, owner of Coffee and Purrs, wants to make that a reality in these upcoming months. The first meeting of code change was approved for hearing from the Sioux City Council.  The unanimous vote happened with…

Life with Cats from the Trash
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Life with Cats from the Trash

By: Morgan Roberts Earlier this school year, my coworker Brittney told me about two kittens needing a home from the “Convenience Center”-landfill- here in Sioux City.  It took about a week to successfully catch both cats. Day one Brittney caught Mars and took her to my house where she hid under the bed most of…

Is History Repeating Itself in the World of Fashion?
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Is History Repeating Itself in the World of Fashion?

By: Morgan Roberts 2021 was a new year with coming out of quarantine and going back to social interactions.  Social media became a crutch amid the pandemic and stuck with the upcoming generation with connections, trends, and social culture. During the pandemic, Gen Z had a lot of time on their hands to go back…

Christmas Break
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Christmas Break

By Jadyn Steffen– When it comes time for Christmas, the students at Morningside University are beyond ready to head home for break. Everyone has their own exciting plans with their friends and family and a couple students were willing enough to share what they are looking forward to the most.  Freshman Jesus Jimenez says, ”I…

How to Prep for Finals
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How to Prep for Finals

By Jadyn Steffen– With finals right around the corner, Morningside students are finding their stress levels are through the roof. When it comes to finally pushing through this much dreaded week, a couple students offered their input on the ways they cope with the lack of motivation and anxiety.  Sophomore Ana Conover says, “I cope…

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