• Tommy Waller and Sam Hill portray another pair of hostages. (Photo by Jay Rozema)

    Character portrayals add intensity to ‘Heads’ play

      A compelling dramatic storyline and great character portrayals highlighted the play “Heads” by E.M. Lewis which was presented in early October in the Morris Experimental Theatre (MET). With larger productions, the MET would be limiting, but, in this case, with a four-character play in a setting meant to feel close and confined, like kidnapped […]

  • Harry Carrell, veteran and assistant professor of Mass Communication, reads an essay at the ceremony.

    Veterans honored at ceremony
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    Story by Andrew Bridges After the National Anthem was sung by student Natalie Cotto-Garcia, MVC President Bonnie Humphrey and two U.S. veterans spoke at the Veteran’s Day ceremony on Monday, November 12, at the quad. U.S. Army veteran and former business professor, John “Scotty” Campbell, U.S. Army veteran and former MVC Business professor, read about […]

  • Cynthia Reeders provides an emotional testimonial about being homeless.

    Community gathers to ‘Turn on Lights’ for homeless teens
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    Cynthia Reeders became homeless during her junior year at Marshall High School. She was kicked out of her home in January 2011. Then she lived in 16 different places, never staying longer than three months. “I carried my clothes in trash bags,” she said, telling her story at the first “Turn on the Lights” event of […]

  • Alecia Schmidt, assistant professor of Criminal Justice

    New MVC faculty: Alecia Schmidt
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    This is the second in an ongoing series of question-and-answer responses with new faculty members at Missouri Valley College from some Delta newspaper questions. Featured MVC faculty member:  Alecia Schmidt, assistant professor of Criminal Justice Delta Question: What courses do you instruct at MVC? Schmidt: I instruct Criminal Justice courses and I’m assisting as an […]

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    Library hosts Halloween ‘Spooktacular ‘
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    Missouri Valley College Teacher Education library hosted its first “Spooktacular” on Halloween.  Face painting, coloring, book readings, and ghost making were just a couple activities children from the around the community could participate in. “We also had popcorn and punch for the children and their families,” Kate Reuter, Teacher Education library employee, said.  Batman, butterflies, fairies, […]