Features, Morningside People / December 9, 2019 Lindsay Williams: ODK Student Of The Month

by Mari Pizzini--Lindsay Williams has been chosen as Morningside College’s November Student of the Month. The college’s chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) cast their votes in Williams’ favor at their November 10th meeting.

Features, Morningside People / December 3, 2019 Koach Kommes

by Abby Koch--Through an opportunity with the men’s basketball team, senior Kyle Kommes has built up experience coaching and developing players. Kommes has been a part of the coaching staff for the team for now five years. But before helping with Morningside’s basketball team, he was helping with his high school basketball team.

Features / October 11, 2019 Riverssance: Stepping back in time

by Kiki Bennett--Sioux City held the 16th annual Riverssance Faire in Riverside Park Oct. 5. Riverssance Faire goers could spend the weekend perusing local crafts – from handmade shields and weapons to dragon’s eggs, and even potions and wands.

Features / October 11, 2019 u-Night-ed they gather-ed

Mari Pizzini--College students unite, and u-Night-ed they gather at Sunnybrook Community Church’s United Night. But what draws college students, even students from Vermillion, South Dakota, to this church’s college ministry night?

Features, Food and Drink / April 21, 2019 “Tasty” Brand Releases New Ice Cream Flavors

By Grace Nordquist–“Tasty” is a company most popular for its food videos and recipes. While they sell some products like cookbooks and cookware, they have not released any food products sold in stores…until now that is. “Tasty” just released four different ice cream flavors that can be found in select stores, such as Dollar General,...

Features, Photo / April 16, 2019 One-Hour Photos

Tuesday (April 16) was a fine day to go outside and take pictures.

Editorials, Features / April 14, 2019 Sun Tan City: ‘Free’ isn’t free

By Grace Nordquist–From Sunday, March 31-Wednesday, April 3, Sun Tan City offered free spray tans to anyone who visited the website and claimed their offer. All you had to do was simply fill out your information, and either receive a text or an email. They claimed customers would be on their way “to achieving that...

Features, Food and Drink / April 7, 2019 Golden Bowl: The Average Chinese Experience

By Grace Nordquist–Golden Bowl is a Chinese restaurant known for staples such as sweet and sour pork and sesame chicken. Its affordable pricing makes it a friendly option for college students, yet it’s a bit of a drive located at 1408 Hamilton Blvd in Sioux City. Mo and I visited the restaurant on a Saturday...

Features / April 2, 2019 Five Below: Affordable and Trendy

By Iandra Estupinian–Imagine a store where you could purchase clothes, make-up, electronics, and toys for less than five dollars. Imagine how convenient it would be to go into this store and buy headphones, decorative rugs, and game boards for friends and family without making a huge dent in your wallet. That would be incredible, wouldn’t...

Features / September 25, 2018 Student photo project challenges gender norms

 “This exhibit is about not being scared of who you are.” 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 boundaries of gender stereotypes in society. In society, women are typically perceived as soft and...

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Koach Kommes
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Koach Kommes

by Abby Koch–Through an opportunity with the men’s basketball team, senior Kyle Kommes has built up experience coaching and developing players. Kommes has been a part of the coaching staff for the team for now five years. But before helping with Morningside’s basketball team, he was helping with his high school basketball team.

Riverssance: Stepping back in time
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Riverssance: Stepping back in time

by Kiki Bennett–Sioux City held the 16th annual Riverssance Faire in Riverside Park Oct. 5.

Riverssance Faire goers could spend the weekend perusing local crafts – from handmade shields and weapons to dragon’s eggs, and even potions and wands.

u-Night-ed they gather-ed
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u-Night-ed they gather-ed

Mari Pizzini–College students unite, and u-Night-ed they gather at Sunnybrook Community Church’s United Night. But what draws college students, even students from Vermillion, South Dakota, to this church’s college ministry night?

“Tasty” Brand Releases New Ice Cream Flavors
Features, Food and Drink

“Tasty” Brand Releases New Ice Cream Flavors

By Grace Nordquist–“Tasty” is a company most popular for its food videos and recipes. While they sell some products like cookbooks and cookware, they have not released any food products sold in stores…until now that is. “Tasty” just released four different ice cream flavors that can be found in select stores, such as Dollar General,…

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