Arts & Culture
The semester is coming to an end and so are the Oceanic semester events.
Higher Ed, a band composed of Missouri Southern faculty, looks forward to scheduling new concert events in the future after recently playing at Porchfest in October.
When Tanner Munson learns the text of a song, he aims to tell that narrative as honestly as possible.
People who knew him say nothing but good things about him. They talk about how he was a positive person, and a good guy whose approach to life was subtle but impactful. He emphasized believing in the artist behind the work.
As the weather cools and fall approaches, persimmons rain down from their tree. They must, because they were still on the tree when Michael Ashley saw them before he went to bed at night, and come morning, they littered the ground, as any fruit does.
Every fall, Missouri Southern offers a theme semester, bringing the opportunity for students to learn about new regions or specific countries. To emphasize the Oceania semester, the Spiva Gallery is hosting a new exhibition about Papua New Guinea, called “Oceania Journey.” The artwork will b…
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, many people think that wearing a face mask is one of the most visible ways to protect themselves from the virus. However, health experts don’t think it will help so much.
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Letter to the Editor
RAPE. The unlawful compelling of a person through physical force or duress to have sexual intercourse.
The city of Joplin has started a campaign to encourage new riders of the trolley, and as a result has seen record-breaking numbers this year, with one-day estimated 22 riders per hour for just one of the three trolleys. I applaud the city for attempting to offer reliable and widely available…
Dear Editor, Let me first put a disclaimer on this letter that I am writing this from my own personal standpoint and does not necessarily reflect that of the Student Senate or any other group I am a part of here at MOSO.
When I was in college in the 90s, we wore high-waisted jeans and actually thought they looked good. Every woman’s, blouse, T-shirt, and jacket had shoulder pads and we thought we looked cool. We wore tight stretch-stirrup pants ... and we thought we looked cool. We had loud car stereos and W…
When Bruce Speck was finally fired from the presidency of MSSU, I published an open letter to MSSU Board of Governors in the Joplin Globe thanking them for their actions and expressing great hope for the future of MSSU.
One of the best things I have learned in my life is that looks mean nothing. This is quite opposite from the article in the Chart, Friends Don’t let friends dress poorly.
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