Sports / May 7, 2021 Women soccer players have to prove themselves as athletes

by Emily Rotthaler–Male athletes have the advantage when it comes to physical efficiency. Few know that better than female athletes who have grown up competing with and against boys on mixed teams. Soccer is one of the sports for which coed teams are common. Most young players in the US join a coed team for...

Features, Food and Drink / May 7, 2021 Daily Spot and the Infamous Tea Bombs

by Chloe Pieper–Over the past month I have tried countless amounts of different drinks that could get me through classes and the long list of assignments coming due.  My personal favorite, introduced to me by Emma Endrulatto, is Tea Bombs from Daily Spot (Energy and Nutrition). They are rich and vibrant drinks that come in...

News / May 7, 2021 New Woo Crew for MU

by Kassidy Hart–The orientation staff of students has been renamed from Student Ambassadors to the WOO Crew. WOO stands for Welcome and Orientation Organizer. When the abbreviation was brought up to the orientation faculty committee by Vice President of University Engagement Erin Edlund, the team knew it had a winner. “We wanted something that brought...

Morningside People, News / May 7, 2021 Long Journey Home for Morningside’s International Students

by Emily Rotthaler–As the semester is comes to an end, Morningside’s international students are preparing for traveling back to their home countries. Countries that may be fighting their battles against COVID-19 with various different approaches. Efforts to regulate the pandemic are all across the board in Europe. Germany is entering another hard lockdown while countries...

Morningside People, News / May 7, 2021 A difficult year soon to close for graduating seniors

by Hailey Barrus–A cap, a gown, and a pandemic? As the school year comes to an end, Morningside seniors are preparing for graduation on May 15th. This is a luxury that the seniors of 2020 did not get to enjoy due to the global pandemic. A year later, Morningside has experienced several precautions, made vaccines...

Arts & Entertainment, Features / May 7, 2021 Some sites for your summer amusement

by Hailey Barrus–As the semester dwindles away, and students head in to take their final exams, summer inches closer and closer.  If you’re a Morningside student looking to stay around Sioux City this summer there are a few key locations that you may want to check out.  “During the warmer months I feel like I...

News / May 7, 2021 Bell bottoms and boot cuts are coming back

by Chloe Krommendyk–Fashion is a never-ending cycle, and while trends have definitely changed over the past four years, some fashion trends we thought had been buried have re-emerged and become popular again.  Sophomore Jennie Riedman said, “I like to keep up to date with the new fashion trends, and I am surprised but not disappointed...

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Bell bottoms and boot cuts are coming back

by Chloe Krommendyk–Fashion is a never-ending cycle, and while trends have definitely changed over the past four years, some fashion trends we thought had been buried have re-emerged and become popular again.  Sophomore Jennie Riedman said, “I like to keep up to date with the new fashion trends, and I am surprised but not disappointed…

Stangs’ season ends, 44-41
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Stangs’ season ends, 44-41

photos by Abby Koch–Northwestern is moving on to represent the GPAC in the NAIA Football Championship. The Red Raiders upset the No. 1 Mustangs 44-41 in a semi–final matchup. A full game story and stats are available HERE.

Swim Team presents awards, honors seniors
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Swim Team presents awards, honors seniors

by Chloe Pieper–The Morningside Swim Team toasted the season and said goodbye to seniors at a banquet held April 24. Coach Bryan Farris honored the seniors and recognized the hard work the seniors put in for the last four years. The seniors gave speeches as they received their award. Maureen “Mo” Voller started tearing up…

Into the Streets took on new look
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Into the Streets took on new look

by Kassidy Hart–Morningside community members have become familiar with the college’s annual volunteering event, Into the Streets. And though Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) was able to host the 14 th annual Into the Streets, the event looked a bit different due to COVID restrictions.  “Kali Hill and I wanted to still hold the event this year…

A Professor’s Advice to a Graduating Senior
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A Professor’s Advice to a Graduating Senior

by Abby Koch-As the year is winding down, final projects are being turned in and the last events of the year at Morningside College act as benchmarks before finals. It is now a countdown until the Class of 2021 walks across the stage to collect their degree at graduation. Graduating seniors eagerly look at their…

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