News / December 15, 2022 Mustang Swimmers Complete First Part of Season in St. Paul

by Josie Dike--The Mustang swimmers traveled nearly five hours to Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minn, for a two day meet and one last competition to end the semester. Head coach Bryan Farris said, “This meet was a good one.” He added, “We had a small taper that prepared us to swim fast and a...

News / December 15, 2022 Christmas Trends for College Students

by Josie Dike–Looking for a way to make your plain-old college dorm room more festive for the holidays? Here are three ways to deck the halls this year. First on the list, add a Christmas tree! Some traditions consist of embarking on a journey into the forest to chop down the perfect tree, but living...

News / December 9, 2022 Lillian Dimmitt Portrait Goes Missing

by Payton Miller--The historic portrait of Lillian Dimmitt went missing late on October 28 but was recently found by residence life staff.  The oldest residence building on campus was named after Dimmitt. Established as an all-women’s hall, Dimmitt was charged with running it. She spent 26 years as Dean of Women on campus. In honor...

News / December 6, 2022 KMSC and The Search For a New Logo

by Payton Miller– KMSC posted on all their social media platforms this Monday that they are in search of a brand new permanent logo for the station. The search for a new logo will run from November 16th to December 9th and will be open to anyone on the Morningside Campus who wants to submit...

News / December 5, 2022 How to Re-Charge Social Batteries

by Rena Ketelsen — Sitting at a table with several plates of food in front of them is a group of people. The chatter and people eating is all around them. A heated argument about some topic of little significance captivates the attention of everyone at that table. Everyone but one. This one person has...

News / November 30, 2022 Annual Hanging of The Greens at Dimmitt Hall

By, Payton Miller- The resident assistants of Dimmitt Residence Hall hosted the annual Hanging of the Greens event this past Monday to welcome the holiday season. Hanging of the Greens is an event hosted each year at the Dimmitt formal. All members of the Morningside community are invited to attend and join in the holiday...

News / November 27, 2022 Wednesday- A Review

by Payton Miller–The Addams family returns to our screens this past Wednesday as Netlix releases a new original series “Wednesday.” The long-awaited 8-episode series stars Jenna Ortega as a teen-aged Wednesday Addams. Netflix announced its intentions to take on the project in August of 2021. Fans have been awaiting its release ever since. The goal...

News / November 15, 2022 Surmounting Study Struggles

by Josie Dike--It is that time of year when things are simply starting to get hard. Students are becoming more stressed with major papers or projects sneaking up and final exams approaching. Not to mention, the weather is getting colder and a cozy bed sounds nicer than walking anywhere on campus. With all odds against...

News / November 15, 2022 Bucks New Smackn’ Mac n’ Cheese

by Josie Dike– Recently the Mustang Grill, or locally known as Bucks, located downstairs in the Olsen Student Center, has introduced a new macaroni dish to their menu. “The new mac and cheese is fire, and I like that they have a new option for us on the menu,” said Sydney Lueth. You have the...

News / November 13, 2022 Active Attacker Training On Campus

by Payton Miller — Tuesday, November 8th Campus Safety and Security partnered with the Sioux City Police Department to present active attacker training to the students of Morningside University. Presented by Sgt. Jeremy McClure of the Sioux City Police Department, the goal of the training was to “Empower students and not create fear,” states McClure. ...

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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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Get ready for Palmer!

By Gustav Hollnagel– It’s that time of the year when spring comes with warmer temperatures and new possibilities. Start into the spring season by working on your very own research project. How?! At the annual Palmer Student Research Symposium. When?! On April 13. The Symposium is held every year in April and allows students from…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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