By Rocco Scarcello MVC hosted a trick-or-treat event for the children of staff, faculty, and students on Oct. 30. From 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., 32 children came and got candy from the registrar’s office, according to Sandy Machholz, Clerk and Assistant to the Registrar. The children were dressed up in their Halloween costumes. […]
By Elisa C. Marques The MVC Department of Public Safety has been receiving a large number of bicycle theft reports this semester. In just the period from September to October, six people reported their bicycles stolen. Brian Ferguson, Director of Public Safety, said that two of them were recovered in the last few weeks, but […]
By Christina Bautista It’s the time of the year where every product comes out with some form of pumpkin spice flavoring. For some reason, people go crazy at the thought of pumpkin spice. Recently, in the last couple of years, pumpkin spice became the new identity of autumn. Autumn is no longer looked at as […]
By Elisa C. Marques Nicolas Triana, a freshman, was seriously injured on Sept. 21 after a riding mower fell on top of him at the Indian Foothills Park. The volleyball player lost control of the riding mower due to the muddy conditions at the top of the hill where he was cutting grass. Evan Burns, […]
Missouri Valley College is looking to improve campus housing. Viking Views Randi Beck reports on the upcoming addition to MVC. The Valley Village dorms are expected to be ready for the fall 2016 semester.