Category Archives: News

  • Rachel Mayfield shows the beginning of the ":Leave It to Beaver" TV show. Mayfield and Jennifer Livengood made the presentation about families.

    Presentation: All kinds of families can be successful, lovingCampus Events, Gallery, News

      Any kind of family has the potential of being successful, caring, and loving, said two psychology professors at a presentation Wednesday, Oct. 24, at the MVC Murrell Memorial Library to highlight the “Family Diversity” exhibit. Rachel Mayfield, counselor of the MVC Counseling Center and assistant professor of Psychology, and Jennifer Livengood, assistant professor of […]

  • MVC participants enjoy the sights of Belize. (Photo courtesy of Waylon Hiler)

    Trip to Belize provides education, adventureCampus Events, Featured, Gallery, News

    Twelve MVC students who took the “Coral Reef Ecology” biology class last spring spent two weeks in the small Central American country of Belize, studying the largest barrier reef in the northern hemisphere. Waylon Hiler, assistant professor of Biology, who instructed the course and led the students on the trip to the 15,530-acre marine reserve […]

  • Paul Harmon

    New program aims for student successCollege Life, Gallery, News

    When you come to college, going to class is your choice. No  need to set your alarm clock two hours before classes starts, no parents waking you out of your perfect dream of David Beckham or Halle Berry, you have finally taken you last walk to the bus stop! Before you start singing “I can […]

  • Students use computers to study

    Library offers ideal study spaceFeatured, News

    Story by LeKyndra Duncan Hanging out with our new friends, finding our future beau, playing our favorite sport, and, of course, partying–that is just one side of the college life. The other consists of test-taking, pop quizzes, research papers, and midterms, all of which the average college student dreads. Are there times when you tell […]

  • Brent Kalwei photo taken by LeKyndra Duncan

    Students host their own radio showsMass Comm, News

    Story by LeKyndra Duncan Some students have their own car, own iPod, or even their own house. But ever had your own radio show? Mass Communication students on the Missouri Valley campus host their own radio shows on 91.7 “The V” KMVC Marshall.  Under the direction of Ken Kujawa, director of Viking Sports Network and […]