Category Archives: Opinion

  • Wiggio

    Wiggio helps with connectionsCollege Life, News, Opinion

                    Need a place to work in a group environment, though you are not actually able to meet up, or maybe a place to keep shared events organized so everyone in your group can see it. Well, fear not.  Wiggio is to the rescue. Wiggio is a fun, easy way to work in your groups […]

  • International Club poses by the river

    International Club attends festivalCollege Life, News

    The International Club went to the 42ndannual Heritage Craft Festival in Arrow Rock on Oct 9. Arrow Rock, miles from Marshall, has been designated a National Historic landmark because of its association with the Westward Expansion, the artist George Caleb Bingham, and the Santa Fe Trail. The International Club traveled Sunday morning to see what the […]

  • Jamie's brogues (shoes) are mostly worn with kilts.

    Jamie rocks the bagpipe!College Life, Entertainment

      When I wrote “bagpipe” in that personal mental Google search engine that is my brain, two windows popped up. The first window had the image of an old, rusty, gingered-hair, funny-looking man in a skirt. He had tennis balls-sized cheeks and a tomato-red face as he blew into that cumbersome instrument. Two or three […]

  • The future MVC Student Activity Center.

    Student center campaign gains momentumCampus Events, College Life, Featured, News, News Gallery

    J.E. AND L.E. MABEE FOUNDATION PROVIDES CHALLENGE GRANT TO MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE “Your Valley, My Valley, MissOURi Valley” campaign launched to raise $1.4 million over next 12 months to meet Mabee’s challenge grant.  Dr. Bonnie Humphrey, MVC president, and Gary Ford, MVC board of trustees chairman, have announced the J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation has […]

  • Three who care: Loretta Williams, Pam Sebastian, and Amy Fizer. (Photo by David L. Roberts)

    Sign marks 10th anniversary of warFeatured, News, Opinion

    It wasn’t a usual sight for the lawn of the Saline County Courthouse. The long, paper sign stretched across one corner of the lawn on a sunny Sunday afternoon for only three hours. But the Sunday was October 9, marking the 10th anniversary for the U.S. war in Afghanistan.  “Ten years in Afghanistan is 10 […]