Category Archives: Campus Events

Dr. Cynthia E. Crawford, Family Financial Education Specialist

Freshmen gear up for “Money Smart”

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 […]

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    The MVC Dating GameCampus Events, News, Uncategorized

    Spent too much money on websites like E-Harmony and still no results? Still waiting on that girl in your English class that sits two seats in front of you to accept your friend request on Facebook? Dating can be a challenge. Missouri Valley brought back “The Dating Game” again this year, turning the dating experience […]

  • Aaron Cooksey brings his serious, important message to MVC students.

    Speaker urges students to never drink and driveCampus Events, News

    Story by Andrew Bridges Aaron Cooksey stood in front of more than 800 students at Missouri Valley College throughout Thursday, Sept. 27, to tell his personal story of the tragic consequences of drinking and driving. Cooksey talked about his life and the mistakes he made when he was in college. His presentation, titled “Drop Your […]

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    Group gathers for knitting funCampus Events, Featured, News

      Behind the poetic-because-it-rhymes but “politically incorrect” name: Stitch and Bitch (oh well, the B-word is often a great way to attract students attention and interest!) resides a whole lot of fun and friendship spirit. The Missouri Valley College Stitch’n’Bitch (SNB) session replaces the Yoga session this year. The leader of yoga session left, so a […]

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    G-Mo is funnierCampus Events, News

      By Randi Beck Everyone thinks they are funny in their own way. But when other people think you’re funny, it becomes a talent. Anyone can tell a simple knock knock joke, but when someone constructs a script, memorizes it, then goes in front of an audience, you no longer have a joke teller, you […]