Category Archives: Entertainment

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    ‘Breaking Dawn’ adds depth to sagaEntertainment, Movie Reviews

    Film review by Rebecca Richardson “The Twilight Saga” ripens with age. Once bland, the story of Bella Swan’s transformation from innocence to adulthood grows increasingly textured with each new outing. When we first met Bella (Kristen Stewart) in the original 2008 feature, she was a quiet and withdrawn high-school student surviving adolescence in Forks, Washington. […]

  • Dawn Wheeler of Missouri Valley College

    Student work: Imagining life in early 1400sEntertainment, Opinion

    Story by Dawn Wheeler MVC course: Humanities I  (My name is Dawn Wheeler.  My life is a balancing act of being a wife, mother of two, work, and school. Mary Slater assigned this Imagination Paper in her Humanities I class.  I took the class online as part of my core requirements.  Humanities I was not […]

  • MVC student Amos Atibila

    Growing up in a big familyEntertainment, Gallery, Opinion

    Column by Amos Atibila Growing up in a big family. There is nothing more fulfilling than talking about a family culture that has contributed immensely to ones way of life. The way we speak, walk and the way we live our lives is backed significantly by the various values we learn from our upbringing and […]

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    Alums return to MVC stageEntertainment, Gallery, Viking Shows

    Story by Paulene-Wendy Ntsame Assoumou  The Fine Arts Division had a class reunion this year. The latest Spring Choral Music Show at the Eckilson-Mabee Theatre, April 20, welcomed back some alum. While sitting on the front row in the audience, Diane Malan, associate professor of Music and Theatre, invited them on stage as a surprise […]

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    Spring Choral Music Show–A photo albumEntertainment, Featured, Gallery, Viking Shows

    Music and dance entertained the audiences of the Spring Choral Music Show at the Eckilson-Mabee Theatre, April 18-20. The Valley Connection Show Choir, the MVC Repertory Dance Ensemble, and the MVC Concert Choir were in sterling form, under the direction of Diana Malan and Janie Morgan with technical direction by Jay Rozema, costume design by […]