Morningside People, Sports / May 19, 2022 Huth transforms on the pitch

by Tobias Sadler–“When he walks onto the pitch with a big smile on his face you would think that he is a member of the Boy Scouts, but the things he does on the field are just insane.” This is a quote from Nicolo Renzi, a former Morningside Soccer player, who tried to describe Bjarne...

Morningside People, Sports / May 19, 2022 Hinders assists as two-sport athlete

by Caleb Lubbers–Few people are talented enough to play a sport at the collegiate level. Even fewer people can say they are talented enough to play multiple sports. Braxton Hinders, a senior at Morningside University, somehow has managed to juggle being a collegiate golfer and a pitcher for the Mustangs baseball team for the last...

Morningside People / March 31, 2022 Clair uses music to express freedom

by Alexis Spier–Mass Communication major, Brandyn Clair snuck out with his father’s Jay-Z album when he was a child. He wanted to listen to — Brandyn claims — the king of rap. Clair fell in love with the music and ever since then has wanted to make his own music. “The whole reason I am...

Features, Morningside People, Sports / March 13, 2022 Mitchell dominates in the classroom and on the court

by Alexis Spier–Fifth-year senior, Sierra Mitchell, has shown her incredible ability to shoot a basketball. Last year, in the 2020-21 season, she made the most three pointers out of any male or female college player. She shot 307 three pointers and made 125. Mitchell ended her senior year with a spectacular season, but she could...

Features, Morningside People, Sports / March 13, 2022 Sims survives childhood cancer

by Alexis Spier–McKenna Sims is the point guard for the women’s basketball team. She was diagnosed with cancer when she was four years old. Lymphocytic leukemia is a type of cancer where the bone marrow makes too many white blood cells. Sims became very sick when she was four, and her mother took her to...

Features, Morningside People / January 31, 2022 Lucia Kruize discovers America

By Jadyn Steffen--Lucia Kruize made the bold choice to come to college in the United States, leaving behind her parents Lisa and Peter and her older sister Freja. The 20-year-old freshman came to Morningside University from Kulhuse, Denmark on a soccer scholarship. She has had to make some big adjustments to the American lifestyle. “The food...

Morningside People, Sports / January 27, 2022 Trey Kennedy Makes a Splash for Morningside Athletics

by Payton Miller — After only one year at Morningside University Trey Kennedy has taken the school record in the 1650 Freestyle, but how did Kennedy get to where he’s at today? Kennedy has been swimming competitively for nearly twelve years, and it all started at a swim club in Colorado Springs. At the age...

Morningside People, News / May 7, 2021 Long Journey Home for Morningside’s International Students

by Emily Rotthaler–As the semester is comes to an end, Morningside’s international students are preparing for traveling back to their home countries. Countries that may be fighting their battles against COVID-19 with various different approaches. Efforts to regulate the pandemic are all across the board in Europe. Germany is entering another hard lockdown while countries...

Morningside People, News / May 7, 2021 A difficult year soon to close for graduating seniors

by Hailey Barrus–A cap, a gown, and a pandemic? As the school year comes to an end, Morningside seniors are preparing for graduation on May 15th. This is a luxury that the seniors of 2020 did not get to enjoy due to the global pandemic. A year later, Morningside has experienced several precautions, made vaccines...

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...

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Huth transforms on the pitch
Morningside People, Sports

Huth transforms on the pitch

by Tobias Sadler–“When he walks onto the pitch with a big smile on his face you would think that he is a member of the Boy Scouts, but the things he does on the field are just insane.” This is a quote from Nicolo Renzi, a former Morningside Soccer player, who tried to describe Bjarne…

Hinders assists as two-sport athlete
Morningside People, Sports

Hinders assists as two-sport athlete

by Caleb Lubbers–Few people are talented enough to play a sport at the collegiate level. Even fewer people can say they are talented enough to play multiple sports. Braxton Hinders, a senior at Morningside University, somehow has managed to juggle being a collegiate golfer and a pitcher for the Mustangs baseball team for the last…

Clair uses music to express freedom
Morningside People

Clair uses music to express freedom

by Alexis Spier–Mass Communication major, Brandyn Clair snuck out with his father’s Jay-Z album when he was a child. He wanted to listen to — Brandyn claims — the king of rap. Clair fell in love with the music and ever since then has wanted to make his own music. “The whole reason I am…

Sims survives childhood cancer
Features, Morningside People, Sports

Sims survives childhood cancer

by Alexis Spier–McKenna Sims is the point guard for the women’s basketball team. She was diagnosed with cancer when she was four years old. Lymphocytic leukemia is a type of cancer where the bone marrow makes too many white blood cells. Sims became very sick when she was four, and her mother took her to…

Lucia Kruize discovers America
Features, Morningside People

Lucia Kruize discovers America

By Jadyn Steffen–Lucia Kruize made the bold choice to come to college in the United States, leaving behind her parents Lisa and Peter and her older sister Freja. The 20-year-old freshman came to Morningside University from Kulhuse, Denmark on a soccer scholarship. She has had to make some big adjustments to the American lifestyle. “The food…

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