Category Archives: Featured

  • Mass Communication students who participated in broadcast competition for radio includes (from left) LeKyndra Duncan, Tyrone Ritter, Andrew Bridges, Jacob Coleman, Janelle Garcia, Brent Kalwei, Scott Charboneau, and Matheus Silva. Not pictured: Aki Nagasaka. Their instructor is Ken Kujawa.

    Mass Communication students attain broadcast awardsAwards, Featured, Gallery, News

      Missouri Valley College Mass Communication students competed at the annual Student Media Competition sponsored by the Missouri Broadcast Educators Association (MBEA), picking up six awards for MVC. LeKyndra Duncan won first place in the audio air-check category with her “Kick’n It with Kyn” radio show which airs Tuesday and Thursday nights on KMVC-FM. Jacob […]

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    MVC choirs perform at spring showEntertainment, Featured, Gallery, Viking Shows

    The Annual Spring Music Show brought all of the MVC choirs together, April 17-19, for enjoyable entertainment, closing out a busy year of music, dance, and theatre at the college. The choirs and individual performers, such as a Scottish bag pipe player and a guitarist, provided the range of traditional, gospel, show, and other musical styles. […]

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    MVC hosts atlatl competitionCampus Events, Featured, Gallery, News

    Missouri Valley College hosted a Missouri Atlatl Association and World Atlatl Association-sanctioned event, which was sponsored in part by the Pigs & Yams Society of MVC Anthrology on Saturday, April 13, at the Reed Kepner Field behind the football stadium. Anthropology Assistant Professor Peter Warnock said the atlatl is an ancient spear thrower used by many cultures […]

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    Students like colors, themes of art exhibitEntertainment, Featured, Gallery, Gallery

    Story by Leon Emperio Brilliant colors and interesting thems are part of the “Quietude” exhibit of artist Justin Wiest currently at the Morris Gallery of Contemporary Art at Missouri Valley College. Wiest is a symbolic artist that arouses interest through application of implicative content. His artwork seems to open a window of perspective to its […]

  • Members of the MVC Viking Football team help to pick up trash for the Marshall clean-up day on Saturday, April 13. (Photo by Glenn Bradford)

    Students help with annual Marshall clean-up effortCampus Events, Featured, Gallery, News

    Story by Andrew Pulverenti, MVC Sports Information Director Members of the Missouri Valley College football team took to the streets of Marshall Saturday morning to take part in the city’s annual Take Pride In Marshall Litter Pick-Up Day. Nearly 100 Viking football players volunteered and helped out the cause. Members of the football team and […]