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.

News / October 6, 2019 KMSC celebrates College Radio Day

by Abby Koch--KMSC took part of College Radio Day on Friday, broadcasting for 12 hours in the HJF Library entryway. Close to 20 radio personalities took part in the broadcast.



Beating the homesick blues

By Michelle Kuester– Leaving home for the first time with a sense of permanence is an undeniably exciting experience. However, along with that excitement comes the feeling of missing home. It can be anything about home: the familiarity of the town, pets, family, friends, even mom’s cooking. Homesickness is one of the most common adjustment…

Monks impart peace, wisdom

Monks impart peace, wisdom

By Abby Bull– For the fourth year in a row, Morningside College hosted Buddhist monks from the Garden Shartse Monastery Sacred Earth and Healing Arts of Tibet. Students and members of the community watched as the monks created a four-day prayer mandala. Using a chukkug, which a tool used to create sand mandalas, the monks…


Paranormal Activities in Sioux City

By Kelsey Levenhagen– There are plenty of unexplained phenomea in this world. And while most of the time, people just leave it at that, the Siouxland Paranormal Research Society makes it their mission to find out what that sound is you might have heard, or why objects are moving inexplicably. The Society was founded in…


M’side Students Share Research

By Amanda Franzen–Morningside students will present their research on the Morningside campus.  The seventh annual Palmer Research Symposium will be held April 14, 2010. The Palmer Research Symposium is a celebration of the work students have completed in many of their academic classes or independent ventures.  It provides a chance for students to present both…

New housing opportunity on Mside campus

New housing opportunity on Mside campus

By Laura Homan-Living off campus is a dream for most people. The money situation doesn’t always work out, though. What if you could live on campus in a house setting? Morningside has two houses for upperclassmen to live in next year. These two houses on Garretson Avenue are being turned housing for eight students to…


Military puts additional stress on marriage

By Sonia Wilson – Soldiers aren’t the only casualties of war; marriages can also be killed. More and more young military men and women are tying the knot quickly because of deployments. This is creating a rise in military divorces. Last year more than 13,000 military marriages ended. In 2006 a Kansas State University professor…

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