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...

Photo, Sports / November 26, 2022 Football Season Ends in Quarter-Finals

Morningside’s 29-28 loss to Keiser University in the NAIA Football playoffs brought the 2022 season to an end. Game summary and statistics HERE.

Features / November 22, 2022 MAC: Breaking the cycle of student stress

by Emily Rotthaler–Sitting at a table in the student government office on a random Thursday morning, I find myself attempting to paint a flame on a tote bag while listening to the newest Top 40 songs on the radio. The acrylic paint is all over my fingers and it has made it hard to continue...

Features / November 22, 2022 Stress, anxiety and college life

by Rena Ketelsen–Imagine a dark, quiet room. Loud train horns disrupt the silence every once in a while, despite their great distance from that room. It’s late and most people are asleep, but not all of them. Some are lying in bed, wide awake, trying their best to sleep but to no avail. Racing thoughts...

Photo, Sports / November 19, 2022 Mustangs douse Firestorm, 35-18

Morningside withstood a third quarter comeback attempt by Arizona Christian to advance in the NAIA football playoffs 35-18. Hanging on to a 21-18 lead, the Mustang defense clamped down and blanked the firestorm in the fourth quarter. Running back Ryan Cole, the offensive player of the game, had 208 yards on 44 carries in addition...

Photo, Sports / November 19, 2022 Basketball splits with Dordt

The women lost their second GPAC contest while the men notched their fourth win on the young season. The Mustang men pulled away midway through the second half for an 85-80 win. Joey Skoff led Morningside with 27 points. Game stats HERE. The Defenders jumped out to an early 16-8 lead over the Mustang women...

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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Military puts additional stress on marriage

By Sonia Wilson – Soldiers aren’t the only casualties of war; marriages can also be killed. More and more young military men and women are tying the knot quickly because of deployments. This is creating a rise in military divorces. Last year more than 13,000 military marriages ended. In 2006 a Kansas State University professor…

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