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By: Garrett Connor As fall practices for both the baseball and softball teams have begun, there is a new excitement flowing through both programs. After many years of utilizing facilities that were shared around town, they will finally have a place to call home. Starting this spring, both the baseball and softball teams will be playing on brand new fields...
Photo By: Deiah  Hello McPherson! So I have been lucky enough to study abroad in London, England this semester and I cannot tell you how amazing this place is! I know you all are deep into the semester but over here we have only just begun the first week of classes! Now I do not live in central London where...

Pink October

By: Tomi Simmons Every year October calls for the pink out  Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It is a time to raise money towards a cure and treatment, to raise awareness, and to remember loved ones who have passed away from this disease. Throughout the month there are national events, conferences, and memorials to unify people towards the cause. There is...

October Awareness

By: Kody Bowden The month of October is most commonly known for Halloween, fall colors, pumpkin carvings, and spooky movies however there is an increasingly important message being brought to light during this month. Each year the number of bullying incidents reported increases; in study done by dosomething.org , 3.2 million students were reportedly bullied in 2016. Bullying has remained a...
By: Kimberly Trice We were having a sleepover at my house Halloween night.  My friends and decided to make it a horror film, scary story, junk food kind of night. By midnight, we didn't know what else to do and we didn't want to fall asleep quite yet. Hannah had an interesting idea.  “We should try the Bloody Mary thing,” Hannah suggested. Danielle,...
By: Tomi Simmons When passing McPherson College, construction can be seen at the entrance of campus. A landmark is being built, beginning the first of the college’s modernization projects. The entrance is going to reflect the attitude of McPherson College, and it will be somewhere for students to come to see as well as the community. This project begins the overall...
By: Isaac Murphy Who was Braden Bush?  To meet Braden initially one might think he’s a quiet and reserved individual.  Once you grow to know him on a more personal level as a classmate, teammate or just a campus peer you’d find that couldn’t be further from the truth.   Starting this 2017-2018 year has been somewhat of a rough start as...
By: Taylor Hires-Caulk Recently sports and politics have been trying to show who is the strongest and who’s going to win the fight. As one football player, Colin Kaepernick taking a seat and then kneeling during the national anthem has been controversy that has many Americans up in arms and choosing sides. What started as a protest by one player for...