Category Archives: News

  • Ed Leslie presents the Lamp of Knowledge award for best essay to Samuel Spurgin.

    Annual banquet honors 24 student scholarsAwards, Featured, News

    Twenty-four student scholars were honored at the annual Scholar Banquet on Thursday, April 4. The students included, as pictured above (front, from left): Samantha Haesemeyer (Religion/Philosophy), Benjamin Snyder (Athletic Training), Alyssa Powers (Nursing), Brenda Downs (Nonprofit Management), Desirae Parker (Biology), Kaitlin Caldwell (Criminal Justice), Carly Eades (Art), and Zachary McKinney (Theatre); (back row, from left) […]

  • The town of Marshall has recycling bins for cans, plastic bottles, and other trash and the annual clean-up day effort will help to make sure the litter isn't along the highways and other places.

    Annual Marshall clean-up day set for Saturday, April 13News

    See an empty, discarded pop can on the side of the road. See a wind-blown plastic bag stuck in a bush. See a piece of paper that’s drifted against a fence.  It shouldn’t be there. So, please pick it up. Groups of Missouri Valley College students and other volunteers will be helping once again in […]

  • Kansas City Star columnist Lewis W. Diuguid was interviewed and filmed for a video clip by Mass Communication students LeKyndra Duncan and Drew Mohler.

    Black History Month: Journalist speaks to value of diversityCampus Events, Gallery, News, Videos

    Video clip by interviewer LeKyndra Duncan and cameraman Drew Mohler. Online technical assistance by Delta webmaster Amit Jain. This story is a compilation of work by student reporters Ashley Llorens, Jessica Crabtree, Brent Kalwei, and Aki Nagasaka. Black History Month allows people to see the value of diversity in America, said Lewis W. Diuguid, Kansas City […]

  • Catie Combs and Crystal Mann display the award certificates.

    Theatre students earn honors at regional festivalAwards, Gallery, News

    Five theatre majors from Missouri Valley College traveled to Shreveport, Louisiana, this past week to participate in Region VI of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.   Two individuals received regional honors for their work.  Catie Combs received the Don Childs Stagecraft Institute of Las Vegas Award for her lighting design of “Heads” by E.M. […]

  • A display of Valetine items was damaged when a car came through the front window of Dollar Tree store this past Wednesday afternoon. (Photo by Gabriel Santos)

    Student photographs store damage caused by carGallery, News

    MVC Mass Communication major Gabriel Santos happened to be shopping at the Dollar Tree store in Marshall on Wednesday, Feb. 6, when a car drove through a plate glass window and injured a customer. Santos took a photo with his cell phone of the damage (shown above) and described the event this way: “It was […]