News / October 5, 2022 Swim Team to Host Third Annual Mustang Relay Meet

By Payton Miller-The Morningside Swim Team is set to host its third annual relay meet this Friday, October 7th at the Morningside pool. Students, faculty, and staff are invited to compete against each other in a single 200-yard-freestyle relay. Individuals interested in participating must get a team of four individuals together, each team member will...

Photo, Sports / October 4, 2022 Spikers bounce BV in 3

Morningside’s volleyball team picked up a quick 3-0 win over visiting Buena Vista Monday night. Read the full story and stats HERE.

News / September 29, 2022 Music in Film: Sioux City International Film Festival

By Payton Miller- The Sioux City International Film Festival is returning for its 17th year in a row this Thursday, September 29th at the Promenade Cinema 14. All short film entries on display this weekend must be 30 minutes or less in length and fall within one of the categories of Comedy, Horror/Thriller, Documentary, Sci-Fi/Fantasy,...

News / September 27, 2022 Katie Copple Revisits Morningside

By Josie Dike- Katie Copple is a 2015 Morningside graduate who is now an evening news anchor for Siouxland News. Before she was writing and sitting alongside fellow anchor Larry Wentz, she had also dabbled in news cast producing, digital content producing, and photojournalism. However, a career in the media is not exactly what Copple...

News / September 25, 2022 Gas Leak and Power Outage

by Rena Ketelsen – Last Saturday the power went out for a few hours, and on Thursday there was a gas leak. At about 9 am on Thursday, Sept. 22, a contractor hit one of the gas lines supplying Charles City College Hall which caused a gas leak. As a result, a few buildings on campus...

Photo, Sports / September 23, 2022 Women grab GPAC win; men draw with Red Raiders

Morningside women’s soccer picked up their first GPAC win of the season with a 5-3 win over Northwestern. Jil Hellerforth, Keyera Harmon, Sina Feeser, Maddie Moore, Ellie Gengler all had first half goals. The men’s game was a defensive battle with the Red Raiders, leaving them 2-0-1 in the conference standings.

Sports / September 20, 2022 Soccer Update

By Rena Ketelsen – Soccer coach Tom Maxon reflects on the first part of the season with the women’s and the men’s teams. Both soccer teams have their first two GPAC games behind them. While the men’s team won both of them, the women’s team didn’t. Women’s and Men’s soccer coach Tom Maxon stated that...

Features

The sweater vest returns

By Michelle Kuester– Sweater vests. Once considered apparel of the past, could they be making a return? From wool to synthetic fibers and at all different price points, how could they not return to popularity? I came across Dave Madsen, chair of the Department of Mass Communication, and asked his opinion on the hard-hitting subject…

Monks impart peace, wisdom
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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…

Editorials

Smacked by the reality of student loans

By Amanda Franzen–As one of the many graduating seniors, I recently discovered the stressful experience of sitting through the Iowa Student Loans financial meeting.  The program has good intentions but comes up short. The intentions of this meeting are wonderful.  It is highly beneficial for students to know how much money they owe and the…

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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
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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…

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