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Morningside College Closed Due to Cold

Morningside College Closed Due to Cold

By Cynthia Monroy--You bet it’s starting to feel like winter outside! Due to expected dangerous sub-zero temperatures and wind chills, many local schools have announced class cancellations for Wednesday; including Morningside College. With frigid temperatures, there are many risk factors [...]

Sophomore Review in Progress

Sophomore Review in Progress

By Tracie Tuttle--Over the past few weeks, 2nd-year art students learned what it’s like to present their art at the annual Sophomore Review. Matting, mounting, hanging, and displaying are just a few challenges of the annual Sophomore Review. Similar to past Sophomore Review shows, Eppley [...]

Slam Poet Talks Mental Illness, Hope

By Lindsey Smith--Neil Hilborn, a popular slam poet and author, took to the stage Thursday night to share his personal struggles with mental illness and life through poetry. Starting off with a rousing sound check, almost screaming into the mic, Hilborn continued to have an equally emotional [...]

Mustangs sideline USF; On to Daytona (photos)

Mustangs sideline USF; On to Daytona (photos)

The Mustangs shook off the snow, then they shook off the USF Cougars 34-28, punching their ticket to the NAIA Championship Final. Morningside will now face off against Benedictine College (Kan.) Dec. 15 in Daytona Beach, Fla. The semifinal contest was tied 28-all at the end of regulation. [...]

‘Into the Streets’ connects students with Sioux City

‘Into the Streets’ connects students with Sioux City

by Maggie Ganley--Morningside hosted its 12th annual Into the Streets on October 3rd with nearly 900 participants. Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK), an honor society on campus, is in charge of running the event each year. This year’s event was unique for three reasons: it was the largest Into the [...]

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