School, homework, and extracurricular activities seem to be the daily schedule for college students. Viking Views’ Alyssia Winston reports on how student activities coordinators are adding excitement to students’ daily routines. Student activities started kickball on September 29th on the lacrosse field.
Missouri Valley College students had to take a mandatory Title IX course. Viking Views’ Courtney Campbell reports on how this course is supposed to educate the student body. Title IX courses are available if students want to learn more about the issue.
People throughout the area saddled up and made their way to the Saline County Fairgrounds for the the MVC Viking Stampede Rodeo. Viking Views’ Guillermo Amezquita reports on the weekend’s events and the fun. The men’s team won the Stampede with a combined team score of 635 points and the women were tied with the University […]
By Elisa C. Marques The MVC Department of Public Safety has closed its investigations into a sexual harassment/assault report received on September 12. Brian Ferguson, Public Safety Director, said that the report is founded and the student who conducted the assault was dismissed from college. “The person who was assaulted is also receiving counseling,” he […]
By Elisa C. Marques Johnathon L. Hawkins, a former MVC student, was charged by the Saline County Prosecuting Attorney with class C felony C for possession of a controlled substance on October 2. According to reports, 38.4 grams of marijuana was found in his room at Moreland Hall after a Resident Advisor (RA) smelled the […]