News / May 19, 2022 A frontline worker faces a unique COVID challenge

Unwilling to gamble her health on the COVID vaccine, a frontline worker in small-town Iowa goes to work every day and deals with burnout and health challenges. by Elizabeth Obermeier–For Melissa Kruse a typical day starts at 8:00 am: checking messages, making phone calls, and getting patients’ results. By 9:00 am, patients are being roomed,...

News / May 19, 2022 Political science students present research

by Caleb Lubbers–After taking a couple of years off because of the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the Morningside Civic Union once again returned to Chicago to present at the biggest political science conference in the midwest.  Seven students and two faculty members traveled to Chicago to present at the 2022 Midwest Political Science Association Conference....

News / May 10, 2022 Summer Housing

Chloe Pieper- Over the summer, the Dimmitt residence hall will be under major construction for its new Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning system. The renovation is set to be completed by early August.  Sheri Hineman said, “The new system will recalculate the air more frequently leading to less humidity in the rooms and bathrooms and...

News / May 9, 2022 Morningside Graduates and Plans

Jadyn Steffen- As Morningside University’s graduation is right around the corner, May 14th to be exact, Seniors are anxiously preparing for the future plans and careers. Many have found opportunities in the Siouxland Community and others have expanded their horizons to further locations and possibilities. Senior Carly Howrey is staying local as she has found...

News / May 8, 2022 Crumbl Cookies Coming to Sioux City

Jadyn Steffen- Crumbl Cookies is coming soon to Sioux City, Iowa located next to the new HOTWORKX on Sunnybrook Drive. Crumbl Cookies is the fastest growing cookie company in the nation as it has expanded to 300 bakeries in 36 different states in the last three years. According to their website, “Crumbl is a special...

News / May 8, 2022 Students present to local non-profits

by Caleb Lubbers–Representatives from a handful of local non-profit organizations came to campus Monday, May 2, to hear students present them with ideas on how to effectively communicate with the public.  Students in the Public Relations class, taught by Professor Dave Madsen, partnered with local non-profits to create strategic public relations plans for their organizations....

News / May 5, 2022 Hinders named Ambassador of the year

by Caleb Lubbers–The Morningside University Office of Admissions announced the winner of the Ambassador of the Year award on Wednesday: senior Braxton Hinders. Hinders, a Business Administration major, has been a student ambassador for the past two and a half years. “I love Morningside, and I love to show it off to prospective students,” Hinders...

News / May 2, 2022 Sioux City’s HOTWORKX

Jadyn Steffen- There’s a lot of new and exciting businesses expected to pop up in Sioux City this year, but one that has recently just opened is HOTWORKX. HOTWORKX is a fitness center where you workout and do different types of exercises while in a sauna. At HOTWORKX you are able to pick what kind...

News / May 1, 2022 Preparing For Finals

Jadyn Steffen- As our school year is finally boiling down to the last couple of days, we can all feel the stress of finals settling in. Whether you have a test, paper, presentation, or all the above; don’t sweat it. Our very own Morningside College students have some studying tips that you may find helpful...

News / May 1, 2022 Summer housing options are limited

by Chloe Pieper–As summertime grows closer, students are searching for housing opportunities on and off-campus. Due to May Terms, working jobs, internships, and more, they need to stay in the Sioux City area. However, it is not as easy to find a place that is “college student-friendly.”  There are a few downtown apartment complexes that...

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A frontline worker faces a unique COVID challenge
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A frontline worker faces a unique COVID challenge

Unwilling to gamble her health on the COVID vaccine, a frontline worker in small-town Iowa goes to work every day and deals with burnout and health challenges. by Elizabeth Obermeier–For Melissa Kruse a typical day starts at 8:00 am: checking messages, making phone calls, and getting patients’ results. By 9:00 am, patients are being roomed,…

Political science students present research
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Political science students present research

by Caleb Lubbers–After taking a couple of years off because of the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the Morningside Civic Union once again returned to Chicago to present at the biggest political science conference in the midwest.  Seven students and two faculty members traveled to Chicago to present at the 2022 Midwest Political Science Association Conference….

Summer Housing
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Summer Housing

Chloe Pieper- Over the summer, the Dimmitt residence hall will be under major construction for its new Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning system. The renovation is set to be completed by early August.  Sheri Hineman said, “The new system will recalculate the air more frequently leading to less humidity in the rooms and bathrooms and…

Morningside Graduates and Plans
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Morningside Graduates and Plans

Jadyn Steffen- As Morningside University’s graduation is right around the corner, May 14th to be exact, Seniors are anxiously preparing for the future plans and careers. Many have found opportunities in the Siouxland Community and others have expanded their horizons to further locations and possibilities. Senior Carly Howrey is staying local as she has found…

Crumbl Cookies Coming to Sioux City
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Crumbl Cookies Coming to Sioux City

Jadyn Steffen- Crumbl Cookies is coming soon to Sioux City, Iowa located next to the new HOTWORKX on Sunnybrook Drive. Crumbl Cookies is the fastest growing cookie company in the nation as it has expanded to 300 bakeries in 36 different states in the last three years. According to their website, “Crumbl is a special…

Students present to local non-profits
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Students present to local non-profits

by Caleb Lubbers–Representatives from a handful of local non-profit organizations came to campus Monday, May 2, to hear students present them with ideas on how to effectively communicate with the public.  Students in the Public Relations class, taught by Professor Dave Madsen, partnered with local non-profits to create strategic public relations plans for their organizations….

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