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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...
By: Kody Bowen  Over the summer as staff and students prepared to return for the fall semester, some new changes were happing here on campus. The student union basement, located underneath the cafeteria, underwent some remodeling over summer break to make the space more inviting and usable. The basement of the student union contains a small gym, mail services, and a space for students...
By: Kody Bowen  Throughout the month, various resident assistants have hosted programming’s to bring people together and provide a wide selection of learning opportunities. This week in Dotzour Hall, the R.A. programming was healthy hearts. On Monday, November 13 th at 7:30 p.m. students were invited, via posters hung in the hallways, to come learn about how to have a healthy heart. While listening...

Vegas Strong

By: Tomi Simmons  Las Vegas, Nevada a city of chance, lights are our stars, and mountains are our roadmaps. I have grown up in Vegas my entire life, my entire family has. My father and mother moved there in the eighty’s during middle school, and built our family around it. They have seen it grow from a city centered around...
By Taylor Hires-Caulk  My Thanksgiving break is something I already expected. I have not gone home in the last four years for Thanksgiving which sucks, but I am used to it now. I feel like a lot of people from McPherson college, especially athletes do not get to go home for Thanksgiving just like me because we live way too...
By: Taylor Hires-Caulk  I recently just went and watched the movie Jigsaw and it was a spectacular movie that I would recommend to people that enjoyed the rest of the Saw series. If you have not followed the rest of the Saw movies then I would recommend to not go and see the movie because you would not understand the...
By: Garrett Connor  “Daddy’s Home 2” is a comedy movie that is enjoyable for all ages. Father Dusty and stepfather Brad decide to have a together Christmas so that the kids do not have to move from house to house. The idea was great until Dusty and Brad’s fathers come to town. Dusty’s father is a hard-nosed, old school father...
By: Garrett Connor  On Wednesday, November 1, 2017 the Houston Astros defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers by a score of five to one, en route to the first World Series in club history. This series was the most entertaining World Series I have experienced in my lifetime. To start off, the Dodgers took game one behind the best pitcher in...
By: Garrett Connor  On Saturday November 11, 2017, the McPherson College volleyball team came up short on their run for a KCAC title. After a 20-10 regular season record, the girls went into the KCAC tournament as the fourth seeded team. They were paired up with Bethany, Oklahoma Wesleyan, and Ottawa for the pool play portion of the tournament. The...