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By: Garrett Connor “Happy Death Day” is a comedic-horror movie that shows some romance throughout the story. Tree Gelbman is a college student who has to live her birthday over countless times. For most people, celebrating their birthday everyday would be enjoyable. That is not the case with Tree. Tree wakes up in a dorm bedroom of a student named...

Senior Features

By: Taylor Hires-Caulk Isaac Murphy is a senior football player at McPherson College. Isaac is from Houston Texas and came to McPherson College his freshman year without knowing what to expect. Before he came out to Kansas for football and school, he had never been out of state, so everything was a dramatic change for him. He stated that McPherson...

Double Sporters

By: Tomi Simmons   At Mcpherson College, students make the bold decision to balance both sports and academics. Many choose one focus, while there are the select few that go above and beyond. Women’s basketball captain, Brooke Racette, is one of the select few in this. She has done Javelin in track and field and women’s basketball all of her three...

Hoopers season

By: Tomi Simmons November first was tip off for the beginning of basketball season. Though season is in full force, pre- season was just as intense. It began with 6 A.M. training with agility and track workouts. In addition, a six-mile fitness test was expected of the boys this year as well. When asked about how he feels about the future...
By: Joyce Muhizi Julia Largent recently filled in the position of assistant communication professor here at McPherson College. She brings with her great credentials and experience as well asand an intense interest in social media and pop culture. She grew up in the Church of the Brethren and deeply connects with some of the fundamental values of the college and the...
By: Deiah  Hello McPherson! Another month of the semester for me across the pond has come and gone, and I can hardly believe it! As this month has passed by, I’ve now gotten well acquainted with school, classes and my little borough, Surbiton. I’ve also been able to get more familiar with the way the school system differs from that of...

Choucranie Kayembe

By: Joyce Muhizi I have been in Kansas for about 4 months now and to say the least; this is a big difference with where I come from. I could list more than a thousand differences between here and DRC but I think that the entire newspaper wouldn’t be enough. The first day I arrived in Kansas, I landed in Wichita...

Black Friday

By: Issac Murphy Black Friday is what everyone likes, and it is what everyone wants to do. It is a madness that we’ve made a holiday for, that everyone seems to enjoy. Now, to me the holiday season is suppose to be about coming together as friends, family or strangers, showing love and ultimately caring for one another despite all...
By: Joyce Muhizi April Counts has recently filled the assistant professor of Education position and though she is new at teaching at this level, she is taking it well by the horns. She has been teaching for 24 years, 18 of which has been with special education. The position at McPherson College was suggested by a friend, she went for it...
By: Micah Gilbert Claudias’ life was cut short on November 7th due to an unforeseen snail illness. A celebration of life ceremony was held on Tuesday, November 14th. While he spent most of his life in the community fish section at the Salina Petco, he moved to McPherson College campus, where his life continued until his tragic death.  Claudias, you...