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Las Vegas Shooting

By: Kimberly Trice Perched in his suite at a high-rise hotel overlooking the Vegas Strip, a 64-year-old man with no criminal record and no known affiliations with terror groups rained bullets down into a crowd at a country music festival, killing at least 59 people and injuring hundreds more in the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history. The attack, at least...
By: Tyler Dunn Mcpherson Campus got a little ray of sunshine with the Beauty in Everyone project springing to life.  Over the last month little cards have been popping up everywhere, simply stating that “You Are Beautiful Today and Everyday” and promoting a message of positivity. Simple as it may be, the card only asks two things, firstly when the card...

Me Too

By: Tomi Simmons   A phrase has created an outcry, awareness, and conversation of the sexual harassment and assault of people; the words that started it all is, me too. On Sunday Night the actress Alyssa Milano tweeted out, "Suggested by a friend: “If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote "Me too" as a status,...

Lawrence Shooting

By: Taylor Cunningham Early Sunday morning, October 1st, around 2 a.m., there was a shooting on Massachusetts Street in Lawrence, Kansas. The shooting took place outside of a bar, shortly after a fist fight, killing 3 and injuring two others. None of the victims attended the University of Kansas, located in Lawrence.   Among those killed were Leah Brown of Shawnee,...
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...
By: Charley Hoehaver  Kingsman: The Golden Circle continues to be the stylish, hyper-violent action movie it always said it was. The first Kingsman movie came out in 2014 alongside other stylish action movies like John Wick and Guardians of the Galaxy. It’s first quarter release was overshadowed by those two movies, but still did well enough to turn a huge...

Campus Rides

Photos and Article By: Andrew Tanner    A big part of coming to McPherson College to participate in the unique Automotive Restoration program is having a vehicle to spend countless hours repairing. Many students come from thousands of miles away, so transporting more than one vehicle is often not feasible. Other students come here without a classic car of any sort, and...
By: Taylor Hires-Cualk Hector Carrillo is a 21 year old tennis player at McPherson College, he is in the first semester of his senior year and has spent all of his college career here. He left the beautiful beaches behind and traveled all the way from Barcelona, Spain to pursue a business degree here at Mcpherson College because he wanted...

Double Sporters

By: Tomi Simmons  Ninety percent of McPherson College students are NAIA college athletes. Committing for an entire season to a team calls for much work, especially when there are also pre- seasons, and off-seasons. A collegiate athlete has much to do during the year, there are countless trainings, travel days, games, and team events one must participate in. Combine the...
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...