Arts & Entertainment, News / December 3, 2019 Arise All Nations: A Thematic, Unique Take on Christmas

by Dylan Ferguson--The Morningside Visual and Performing Arts Department will be hosting Christmas At Morningside on Friday, December 6th beginning at 7:30pm in Eppley Auditorium. Doors open at 6:30pm, with seating filling quickly.

News / October 30, 2019 Phi Mu Alpha spends fall break lifting spirits

by Dylan Ferguson--For many, Fall Break is an opportunity to catch up on rest. The men in Morningside’s chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia took it as an opportunity to lift spirits using music.

News, Sports / October 30, 2019 Female athletes struggle with body image

Kiki Bennett--All athletes are expected to look a certain way based on the sport they play. Athletes want to look strong and are worried about their bodies not making the cut. Especially female athletes.

News / October 21, 2019 Morningside website launches with new look

by Mari Pizzini--Morningside College was given a digital face-lift on October 16, 2019. The college’s new website launched to the general public after first being seen by faculty.

News / October 16, 2019 Morningside groups bring awareness to suicide prevention

by Dylan Ferguson--September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and two campus groups did their part to bring awareness. On the evening of October 6th, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia music fraternity and Active Minds came together to hold their second annual Walk to Prevent Suicide.

News / October 10, 2019 In the room with Bob Woodward

by Abby Koch–Bob Woodward, best known for his work on the Watergate scandal, sees similarities in the politics of the past and today. Woodward highlighted the similarities between Richard Nixon and Donald Trump to a press panel before later taking the Eppley Auditorium stage for the 2019 Waitt Lecture.  Along with his work with Carl...

News / October 10, 2019 Waitt Lecture: Woodward connects Nixon, Trump

Journalist Bob Woodward focused on the polarizing climate that was American politics during Watergate in the 1970s, and the Trump administration now during his Waitt Lecture Wednesday night.

News / October 8, 2019 Into the Streets changes to show community impact

by Mari Pizzini--Morningside College’s all-campus volunteer day, Into the Streets, was held on Wednesday, October 2. Over 800 students gathered in Eppley Auditorium at 8 a.m. to head into the Siouxland area.

News, Sports / October 6, 2019 Women’s soccer fall in overtime heartbreaker

by Jonathan Covert--Mustang women’s soccer fell in a heartbreaker to the Northwestern Red Raiders 1-0 in overtime. The match had been very physical and very hard fought both ways.

Arts & Entertainment, News / October 6, 2019 Halloween movies for scaredy-cats

by Kiki Bennett--Horror isn’t for everyone. So, these are the best movies for the scaredy-cats who want to get into the spooky season.

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Wise: ‘Leadership is all about going first’

By Miranda Christian– Anti-racist author and speaker Tim Wise talked to students and the public this week, then gave a presentation to a session of the Leadership Academy. In his speech to the general Morningside audience, Wise used a comedic undertone to discuss people being “color blind.” He hit a lot on stereotyping certain races…

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Wise, White, and Witty – Tim Wise had it all

By Gustav Hollnagel– Tim Wise spoke about the fallacy of having overcome post-racial conceptions. White supremacy is still guiding and tearing on America like an invisible hand. About 150 students listened both quietly and enthusiastically to Wise’s speech in the Yockey Room. Wise started around 7.30 P.M. and ended shortly before the ninth hour. At…

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What do midterm grades mean?

By Michelle Kuester– When you say the word “midterm,” most students groan at the thought of a week of tests that probe the knowledge acquired during the first half of classes. However, once the week passes, there are no more thoughts about midterms. Students don’t always realize grades documenting their progress thus far in the…

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My Big Fat Morningside Greek Week

By Jordan Ogren–They say when in Rome, do as the Romans do. But if you are in search of some exciting activities this week on campus, do as the Greeks do! Greek Week is here at Morningside all week and everyone is invited to join the fun. What is Greek Week you may ask? Greek…

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Color Blind – Tim Wise to Speak on Campus

By Gustav Hollnagel– Tim Wise is a renowned anti-racist writer and educator against racial discrimination. He will be on campus on March 29, 2011, to speak about the prevalence of racism in our midst. Due to severe weather changes in February, Tim Wise’s appearance on campus had been delayed until next week. Wise will mainly…

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Panel on Affordable Care Act to Convene on Campus

By Gustav Hollnagel– Ever since President Obama was associated with the new health care plan, there has been a great debate over the benefits and pitfalls of universal health care. The ongoing ACA (Affordable Care Act) is supposed to bring tangible changes to the lives of all Americans. Obama signed the ACA on March 23,…

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