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Social networks keep students busy, informed

Every thought of the day where you can’t get in trouble for writing on a wall and taking pictures of yourself is not considered conceded? Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram are all social networks that grow rapidly every day, and nowadays writing letters and calling on a land line phone is uncommon. “I use social […]

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    Library hosts Halloween ‘Spooktacular ‘Entertainment, Gallery, Viking Shows

    Missouri Valley College Teacher Education library hosted its first “Spooktacular” on Halloween.  Face painting, coloring, book readings, and ghost making were just a couple activities children from the around the community could participate in. “We also had popcorn and punch for the children and their families,” Kate Reuter, Teacher Education library employee, said.  Batman, butterflies, fairies, […]

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    Black Student Union gives goodies and factsCampus Events, News

    “Saving second base,” ” fighting like a girl,” and “saving the tatas” were sayings  on pieces of candy outside the café on Friday afternoon. The Missouri Valley College Black Student Union gave to students and faculty the items of bubble gum, Starbursts, and suckers, all having facts about breast cancer awareness. BSU President DelMeko Jordan, who supports the breast […]

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    New program aims for student successCollege Life, Gallery, News

    When you come to college, going to class is your choice. No  need to set your alarm clock two hours before classes starts, no parents waking you out of your perfect dream of David Beckham or Halle Berry, you have finally taken you last walk to the bus stop! Before you start singing “I can […]

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    Library offers ideal study spaceFeatured, News

    Story by LeKyndra Duncan Hanging out with our new friends, finding our future beau, playing our favorite sport, and, of course, partying–that is just one side of the college life. The other consists of test-taking, pop quizzes, research papers, and midterms, all of which the average college student dreads. Are there times when you tell […]