Features, News, Sports / February 27, 2024 ‘Together we fight’

by Chaise Pfanstiel–Senior basketball player Lauren Hedlund has had to go up against more than her opponents lately. Hedlund’s mother was recently diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer. She is currently undergoing treatment at Bergan Mercy Hospital in Omaha.  On February 14, the team faced off against Dakota Wesleyan in Allee Gym. The young women...

News / February 16, 2024 Letter: AOPi seeks new members

Dear Editor: Alpha Omicron Pi, an international women’s organization on campus, is looking for new members! We are looking for students who are searching for volunteer opportunities, a new academic based group, or more ways to make connections and work with philanthropic based events! Alpha Omicron Pi is committed to creating a safe space to...

News / January 20, 2024 One Streak Ends & Another Starts

by Chaise Pfanstiel–The Morningside women’s basketball team had a rough go the last few weeks, stacking up a three-game losing streak. They seem to have turned it around, however. The Mustangs are now on a two-game win streak and hoping to grab the third this Saturday versus Midland.  The first win they were able to...

News, Sports / November 21, 2023 Morningside Swim Hits the Road for First Invitational of the Season

by Alexis Spier–The Mustangs travelled to Saint Peter, Minnesota Saturday, Nov. 18, to face off against four other teams in the season’s first Invitational. Gustavus Adolphus College hosted Saint Johns University, MacAlester College, College of Saint Benedict, and Morningside University. The distance swimmers had the earliest morning as their depart time was 5 a.m., and...

News / November 5, 2023 First Family Fest turnout ‘awesome’

by Chaise Pfanstiel–Morningside University had a multitude of events happening on campus this past Saturday, Oct. 21, between a football game, two volleyball games, a swim meet, and choir and band concerts. To add more to that, the Student Government planned a new event called Morningside Family Fest, with the goal being to find a...

News, Sports / November 1, 2023 Debating NIL and its benefits

by Dayne Davis–As of July 1, 2021, all NCAA and college athletes are able to monetize their NIL (Name Image Likeness). What does this mean for the future of college sports, and does this have an effect on small school athletes like Morningside University? Alumni and former Mustang football players Seth Sheppard and AP Ponder,...

News / November 1, 2023 Costs, benefits of subscription entertainment

by Isabel Ter Weeme–During their free moments, students enjoy streaming their favorite movies and TV shows. These days there are many options to choose from. But with the rise of streaming platforms, the internet is now full of different shows and movies for everyone. There are many streaming services to choose from, offering everything from...

News / November 1, 2023 High gas prices hit all Mustangs, not just commuters

by Mandi De Jongh–As gas prices increase, students at Morningside University are being adversely impacted. Students who commute from home are paying a lot more for gas than what they were originally planning. Not only does it affect students who commute, it also affects those living on campus. Students travel to sporting events off campus,...

News / November 1, 2023 Confused by cars; Lost in America

by Diego Setton–Sioux city is clearly designed for cars, but is there any real alternative for those who aren’t able to afford one? “Living in Sioux City is difficult as it’s a city made for cars and everywhere you need to go is 5 to 10 minutes driving, but it takes an hour to walk,”...

Morningside People, News / October 4, 2023 Morningside names Homecoming royalty

by Chaise Pfanstiel–As homecoming weekend approaches, and activities take part throughout the week, Morningside University takes pride in announcing its homecoming king and queen.  This year’s Homecoming royalty are K.J Williams and Hannah Harris.  Harris said, “Before the ceremony I was excited and happy to be there with fellow seniors who I have known throughout...

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Costs, benefits of subscription entertainment
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Costs, benefits of subscription entertainment

by Isabel Ter Weeme–During their free moments, students enjoy streaming their favorite movies and TV shows. These days there are many options to choose from. But with the rise of streaming platforms, the internet is now full of different shows and movies for everyone. There are many streaming services to choose from, offering everything from…

High gas prices hit all Mustangs, not just commuters
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High gas prices hit all Mustangs, not just commuters

by Mandi De Jongh–As gas prices increase, students at Morningside University are being adversely impacted. Students who commute from home are paying a lot more for gas than what they were originally planning. Not only does it affect students who commute, it also affects those living on campus. Students travel to sporting events off campus,…

Confused by cars; Lost in America
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Confused by cars; Lost in America

by Diego Setton–Sioux city is clearly designed for cars, but is there any real alternative for those who aren’t able to afford one? “Living in Sioux City is difficult as it’s a city made for cars and everywhere you need to go is 5 to 10 minutes driving, but it takes an hour to walk,”…

Morningside names Homecoming royalty
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Morningside names Homecoming royalty

by Chaise Pfanstiel–As homecoming weekend approaches, and activities take part throughout the week, Morningside University takes pride in announcing its homecoming king and queen.  This year’s Homecoming royalty are K.J Williams and Hannah Harris.  Harris said, “Before the ceremony I was excited and happy to be there with fellow seniors who I have known throughout…

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A hot day for a 38-7 win

by Chaise Pfanstiel–The No. 3 Mustangs came out a little slow against Doane, Saturday, Sept. 30 in Crete, Neb., as they took on Doane University. Up just 3-0 at the end of the first quarter, Morningside brought home a 38-7 victory. Morningside was unlucky early in its passing game, ending the first quarter with a…

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Homecoming Week events

by Chaise Pfanstiel–It’s Homecoming Week and MAC has put together a schedule for a fun–filled week leading to the big game. Kicking off the week right away, there is an opportunity to make street signs starting Monday at 11:00a.m. in Yockey. Tuesday, Oct. 3, coronation of a king and queen will be held in the…

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