University urges students to branch out

Mar 1, 2017 Motivational humorist, real estate business strategist, consultant and author Karel Murray talked with students about the best practices in dealing with stress and organizational difficulties for Northwest’s Career Pathing program. According to the Career Pathing webpage, “this fast-paced, content-packed presentation identifies the internal and external influences that … Continue Reading University urges students to branch out

Death Penalty Discussion: Distinguished Lecturer sheds light on Missouri’s death penalty

Feb 22, 2017 Roman Catholic Nun and state execution opposer Helen Prejean led the Northwest Missouri State community in conversation about the death penalty. The Distinguished Lecture Series was held in the Charles Johnson Theater at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 15 with the assistance of Distinguished Lecture Series Committee Chair Kenton … Continue Reading Death Penalty Discussion: Distinguished Lecturer sheds light on Missouri’s death penalty

The Gift of Giving: Donation drive collects items for children in need

Dec 1, 2016 Maryville’s Calvary Chapel amassed shoeboxes full of gifts for struggling children in countries around the world for Operation Christmas Child. The collection happened during this year’s National Collection week Nov. 14-21, offering the Maryville community a chance to donate child-appropriate toys, hygiene products and school supplies, as … Continue Reading The Gift of Giving: Donation drive collects items for children in need

Swells

Feb 2, 2016 The ocean was always bigger than me. There were a few things in life I was scared of, but water was never one of them. I couldn’t understand why everyone told me to be careful around the dock. If I happened to slip on the soaked wooden … Continue Reading Swells