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    Crime incidents down on campus

     Crime has dropped to an all-time low for recent years at Missouri Valley College, according to the Department of Public Safety, with burglary and liquor law violations still cited for the highest number of crimes committed on campus. Burglary has been an ongoing problem on campus over the past few years, averaging around 12 break-ins each school year. This year, […]

  • Viking player Alberto Linan Gomez slips through the midfield.

    Soccer Vikings conclude season

    The Missouri Valley College men’s soccer team lost 2-0 to the University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma (USAO) in the opening round of NAIA National Championship on Saturday, Nov. 19, at 5 p.m. at Gregg-Mitchell Field. The Vikings entered the game ranked No. 8 in the NAIA. The game was largely defensive with rare […]

  • Jacarra Winchester picks her opponet up for a slam

    MVC hosts women’s wrestling tournament

     The lady wrestlers of Missouri Valley College competed in their “Missouri Valley Open”  November 4-5. For the tournament, 10 of the 14 colleges with women’s wrestling programs attended the MVC Open. According to “,” a poll was taken for women’s wrestling and the lady Viking were ranked seventh out of 14 teams. On the first […]

  • Book Fair display at the Formal Lounge

    S-MSTA helps holiday shoppers
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     Missouri Valley College hosts the annual book fair by Student Missouri State Teachers Association. The event is organized to help raise money for students and schools. This year’s Scholastic Book Fair is held at the Formal Lounge from Nov. 15-17, coordinated by Amelia Fizer, the president of S-MSTA. The books available at the book fair are […]

  • Cast member Taylor Castillo tries to find out more about Jenny (Zak McKinney), the girl with the occasionally frozen look in her eyes. Or is Jenny something else?

    Scenes of ‘April 11, 1954’ play
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    Matthew Ford narrates part of the story in “April 11, 1954–What Happened?” The play “April 11, 1954–What Happened?” continues through Saturday, Nov. 12,  at 7:30 p.m. the MET on campus. The dark comedy was conceived by Harold Hynick, assistant professor of Theatre who also directs, and was co-written by the students in the cast: Taylor Castillo, Matthew […]