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    International students find to new families to celebrate ThanksgivingNews

    By Margot Allemand Last week most students went back to their home to celebrate Thanksgiving with family, but for international students this time of the year can be complicated. Some of them decided to go out of Marshall and travel for a few days, but many students were still stuck on campus, and even though […]

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    Bellon joins athletic training staffNews, Sports

    By Troy Jones Freshmen aren’t the only new faces that you’ll see around the Missouri Valley College campus. MVC has also welcomed its newest assistant athletic trainer to its staff, Jake Bellon. Bellon originally from Iowa comes to valley after working as an athletic trainer for high school students in Colorado. The 25-year-old Bellon’s love […]

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    Finals are just around the cornerCampus Events, News

    By Laura Bustos Martinez Final exams are just around the corner and in the upcoming week study plays an important role in student lives. Final exam week can be stressful. According to the 2015 National College Health Assessment, 30 percent of students said that stress had negatively affected their academic performance within the past year, […]

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    S-MSTA hosts book fairCampus Events, News

    By Margot Allemand The education division hosted their annual S-MSTA book fair from the 15th of November through the 17th. The formal lounge turned into a giant book store, which brought staff, curious students and also members of the Marshall community to the Ferguson Center. Linda Gordon, who is an associate professor of Education at […]

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    SGA gets new leadershipNews

    By Margot Allemand The Student Government Association has changed tremendously since last year and continues to evolve as the year goes on. Having gone from a group of only four people to a meeting with fifteen people this past week, the group saw its most significant change of the year when President Sean Niepman stepped […]

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