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By: Deiah Curtis Hiya Mac, I’m back and better than ever! Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end, and my studying abroad experience was as good as it gets. Living in the amazing city of London, my life has completely changed without even realizing it until I finally landed back on Kansas soil. As soon as I got back...
By: Aysia Pryor The internet is a network providing a variety of information and communication platforms. This network allows us to be connected to whatever website we choose, without any restrictions. Our phone, internet and cable companies are held up to a high standard when it comes enabling access to all websites and applications. We, as consumers, expect to browse...
By: Kody Bowden To start off the New Year, the Student Activities Board (SAB) held a “New Year New Me” bingo. Students gathered together at the cafeteria in the student union at 7 p.m. to play for some new year new me prizes. Around fifty students participated as SAB member Ben Falconer called out the numbers, and SAB member Kylee...
By: Taylor Cunningham Whitney Murray is a senior cheerleader, and has attended McPherson College for four years. Her major is K-12 Spanish Licensure. After graduation, Whitney will begin teaching with the Topeka School District in Fall of 2018, but she is unsure of what grade yet. She began cheering when she was in the 5th grade, but stopped in middle school until her junior...
By Tyler Dunn The McPherson track team has been setting records left and right, all events and all classes. The athletes have been stealing the spotlight at every competition that they attend. When the other competitors see McPherson track come step up to the line they already know they’re in for a race. McPherson Track is a force that is...
By: Logan Hartman Kendahl Kelley is a member of the women’s basketball team at McPherson College and will be graduating with a bachelor’s degree in political science this spring. Kelley was born in Svendborg, Denmark, but her father was born in Brooklyn. She is one of three siblings and the middle child between her two brothers. As she grew older,...
By: Logan Hartman Aaron Bachura is a member of the men’s basketball team at McPherson College and will be graduating this spring with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Bachura grew up in a small town on the east side of Kansas called Council Grove. Bachura enjoyed playing sports such as football and basketball with his brothers, but basketball took...
  By: Emmy Goering Just a few weeks ago, six other students and I traveled to the African country of Rwanda with Dr. Herb Smith as part of our interterm class. We met several times prior to the trip to learn about the country we’d be visiting, and I was shocked by its violent history. Just 24 years ago, in 1994,...
By: Tomi Simmons Over interterm, fifteen students and fifteen community members of McPherson traveled to the Big Apple! New York City! Professors Rick Tyler and Jd Bowman led this trip. We spent nine days there, and saw two Broadway shows, a tour of the Steinway Piano Museum, and a tour of the Metropolitan Opera House together. Though we went as...
By: Taylor Cunningham