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By Shaelah White Every year, the McPherson College education program chooses two candidates that they believe are the best prospective teachers to come. On November 18th, Shaelah White and Ashley Unruh were nominated McPherson College’s Teacher of Promise candidates for the 2017-2018 school year. They attended a banquet in Wichita, Kansas with twenty-one other schools and forty-two other Teacher of...

EdFlix Conference

By Shaelah White The McPherson College Education Honor Society, Kappa Delta Pi, attended Mid-America Nazarene’s annual “EdFlix” conference on Wednesday, November 1st. Advisors Vicki Schmidt and April Counts brought group members Ashley Unruh, Shaelah White, Lacy Fry, Whitney Murray, and Bailey Reinoehl. Kappa Delta Pi attended this conference to capture ideas for them to put on a conference like this...
By Ronnie Floyd Though the McPherson College women’s soccer season is over, it is extremely evident that next year they are coming back bigger and better. The team was filled with many transfers, and only eight returning players this year. In addition, they had a new head coach who had previously been the assistant coach, Mark Olson and assistant coach...
By Ronnie Floyd In September Chance The Rapper debuted his new song “First World Problems” on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" with vocalist Daniel Caesar. He had decided to release the single on the show because it was that format that made his debut his first song on his other album. The question is now, is this an introduction...
By Ronnie Floyd Senior basketball Reno Gurley has stated, “expect the unexpected,” regarding the men’s basketball season. The men’s team started out the season with many people injured. Luckily, a couple of them have returned, including sophomore Brandon Carter. However, senior Reno Gurley has decided to redshirt this season due to his shoulder injury. As of right now, the team is...
By Isaac Murphy Everyone always feels bittersweet about the last week of school because we know it's only a moment until we get to go home. Also because we now have to take a final for each one of our classes. I feel like finals create stress for students because it's another big assignment before you go home that could affect...

Christmas Cheer

By Isaac Murphy Christmas is a time of the year when many people are happy. The people who are happy during this time are in a magical state, a state in which they believe wishes really can come true. There are so many activities that bring friends and family together while preparing for Christmas. You get to pick out your...
By: Andrew Tanner If you have spent any amount of time on or around campus, then you have almost certainly seen Philip Reinhardt’s big black Ford dually. With a large MAINE sticker on the back window made to look like the AC/DC logo this truck is nearly impossible to miss. This truck is equipped with the 7.3 liter International T444E,...
By: Joyce Muhizi The beauty of education is that it is endless. I have been fortunate enough to be given opportunities to further my education but as my schooling advances my awareness of stereotypes placed upon me does as well.  My melanin infused skin, curly hair, curves and spunky attitude does not weigh out the option for me to be...
By: Kimberly Trice  The 2017 film “It” takes place in 1988 Derry, Maine. The film follows the “Loser Club”, a group of friends standing up against their town bullies and a killer clown. Pennywise, the dancing clown lures children and murders them. As more and more kids go missing the Loser Club decides it is time for the chaos to...