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Opinion

Is Captain Marvel Worth Watching?

By Abby Koch–A combination of Brie Larson, alien cats, and 90’s culture comprises the brand new Marvel movie, Captain Marvel. Larson stars as Vers (aka Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel,) who is searching to end the Skrull and figure out her memory problems. Of course, the beginning conflicts in any Marvel movies are never what…

Greek to Me: A Trip for the Tastebuds
Opinion

Greek to Me: A Trip for the Tastebuds

By Grace Nordquist–“Greek to Me” is a great place to get authentic Greek food at affordable prices. They serve everything from gyros to salads, burgers, sandwiches, and more. The inside is small but inviting, seating roughly 40 people comfortably. Small, Greek themed pictures are hung on the walls above the tables, giving the shop an…

Yoga for Body and Soul
News

Yoga for Body and Soul

By Iandra Estupinian–Morningside College Wellness Committee is now offering lunchtime and evening yoga classes for both students and faculty. The yoga workshops are made for beginners and experienced students/faculty who would like to pick up or learn yoga techniques. Morningside College advisor and 200-hour licensed instructor Katie Roskie, and 200-hour licensed instructor Jianna Hoss will…

Arts & Entertainment

“One Day At a Time” Runs Out of Days

By Iandra Estupinian–Netflix had made the decision to cancel their original, “One Day at a Time.” Since its release in 2017, the Cuban-American family sitcom has become a hit amongst the Latino community for its authentic representation of Latin American lives. “One Day at a Time” is an adaptation of Norman Lear’s comedy of the…

The Art of Self Defense
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The Art of Self Defense

By Iandra Estupinian–Campus Safety and Security are offering two more free self-defense classes for the spring semester. Assistant Director of Safety and Security and licensed self-defense instructor, Jerry Meisner, has been teaching defense lessons for the past 20 years. In recent years, Meisner has changed his techniques to teach students simple but effective ways to…

Morningside Serves with Bingo
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Morningside Serves with Bingo

By Abby Koch–This past Wednesday was the start of Lent for certain religious students on campus. Pastor Andy Nelson stood in the Olson lobby to do prayers and imposition of ashes for students. Along with doing prayers, Nelson handed out service bingo cards in the hopes of starting a new service tradition on campus. Nelson…

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