Category Archives: News

  • The Palmers and students.

    Students thankful for special ‘grandma’Featured, News

    Turkey, gravy, mash potatoes, pumpkin pie, pilgrims and Indians, watching football – For someone growing outside the United States, this is just a list of randomly enumerated terms, with tenuous or nonexistent correlation whatsoever.  Coming to the United States, especially without prior notion of what living in a country like America really is, can be […]

  • The BSU members meet for their weekly meeting

    Black Student Union becomes newest organization on campusCampus Events, News

     According to the Admissions Office in September, Missouri Valley College campus diversity stood at 61 percent Caucasian, 10 percent international, 6 percent Hispanic and 1 percent Pacific Islander and Asian. Alaskan is 1 percent and 1 percent are unknown. The last 20 percent of MVC students are African American. There are many organizations on the […]

  • Mass Communication students Scott Charboneau and Melissa Bublitz assist with the camera work for an upcoming "Viking Views" news show.

    TV shows help students keep up with newsMass Comm, News

    With the busy life of a college student, it often is impossible to participate in everything that’s happening on campus. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a recap of what you might have missed? Let the Missouri Valley “Viking Views” be your source for sports highlights, music concerts, upcoming shows, and other campus events. This […]

  • Dr. Kevin Sanders is the director of the Community Counseling master's program. (Photo by Ralitsa Gospodinova)

    Graduate program applications due Dec. 15Campus Events, News

    Story by Ralitsa Gospodinova     The deadline for the spring semester applications for Missouri Valley College’s Community Counseling graduate program is December 15.    The college launched its Master of Arts in Community Counseling (MACC) in the summer of 2011.    The mission of the graduate program is to prepare students to use counseling principles […]

  • safety

    Crime incidents down on campusNews

     Crime has dropped to an all-time low for recent years at Missouri Valley College, according to the Department of Public Safety, with burglary and liquor law violations still cited for the highest number of crimes committed on campus. Burglary has been an ongoing problem on campus over the past few years, averaging around 12 break-ins each school year. This year, […]