By Randi Beck A meeting with Brian Ferguson, director of public safety, was the first thing on the agenda for Coleman Rude after he returned back to Marshall from Minnesota. Ferguson told Rude he might be able to help him as he was a witness to a crime. Confused, Rude went into the meeting thinking […]
Have you noticed that your classroom is a little more full than usual? Lines a bit longer? Cafeteria a little more crowded than usual? This year, as Missouri Valley’s classes are under way, the enrollment number of students is at 1,455 for the fall semester, an increase from 1,339 from the spring 2011 and a […]
By Elisa C. Marques Paris G. Lovett, a freshman MVC student, was arrested on Wednesday under suspicion of posting threats on the social media application Yik Yak. According to an alert issued by the MVC Department of Public Safety, “an unknown individual threatened to physically harm other individuals in an unspecified manner.” The College and […]
You are in that boring class and can’t seem to focus. You look at your phone every minute and think it should be against the federal law to have such a soporific teacher. Without realizing it, you fall asleep and suddenly wake up as the class bursts into laughter. You missed the joke!
For many students college is the time when you finally get the independence and freedom that you have been waiting on for years, but are you really ready for all the new responsibilities and challenges that come with college financially? Many students move away from their parents homes and don’t have a complete grasp on […]