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By Ronnie Floyd The McPherson Bulldogs pulled out some strong wins during their indoor season this winter. Jordan Windholz did exceptionally well this past season as a triple jumper. He placed third in the conference overall. He leaped 13.43 meters at the conference meet in Pittsburgh, Kansas. Originally attending Barton Community College, Windholz transferred to McPherson College, and has a...
by Andrew Tanner Car: 1993 GMC Sierra Owner: Leighton Swearingen, Junior If you were to venture out into the storage units at Mustang Properties just across Baer Street from the college, you would find a vast assortment of student-owned vehicles in varying states of repair. These cars range from fully restored, to fully disassembled. One vehicle has just finished being put back...

Why the NFL is on Top

By: Armond McCray American professional football is the most popular sport in the country according to most polls and surveys that are out. With that being said I am really not surprised that the National Football League is bringing in some of the top numbers out of the sports leagues across the world. Because of the crazy number of fans...
By: Taylor Cunningham On Thursday, April 19th, 2018, the Student Government Association held elections for the following school year. An email was sent to all students with a link to vote. SGA elections closed Thursday night, and Advisor Ben Coffey sent an email out with results around 9 p.m. SGA has been restructured for next year. The new structure includes six...
By: Armond McCray This month the McPherson College football team has been hit with some pretty surprising news about one of their staff members. It has been confirmed that Coach Peterson, the defensive coordinator, has resigned from the team. That’s right Coach Peterson has decided to leave McPherson College and has actually taken a new position at another college in...

New RAs Hired

By Tyler Dunn McPherson College has reached that point in the year where new RAs have been hired. It was a long process with criteria in place to ensure that every hire is someone that will positively impact those that will come to them. They are the people that we come to in our time of need. The RA serves as...

Brilliant Bulldogs

By: Deiah Curtis This past Wednesday, April 18th, McPherson College was booming with brilliance of all different types of talents, and boy was it a talented night. SAB (student activities board) hosted the annual campus competition ‘McPherson’s Got Talent’ for all faculty, staff and student body to compete in. With nine acts to get through, McPherson’s Got Talent was one of...
By Tomi Simmons Girl power is taking the world in its grasp with the #metoo and #timesup movements. There has been much conversation about sexual assault, gender wage gaps, and reproductive rights within the past two years. This March marks Women’s History Month around the world. Many celebrate the past successes of women, many celebrate the present strong women in...
By Armond McCray After years of talking and speculation, Wichita has finally joined the wave of putting together a citizens’ review board. The citizens’ review board will provide the Wichita Police Department and council input regarding racial and biased-based policing issues. It will replace the existing City Manager Review Board. The board will also assist in policy development, public education,...
By Tina Payne For interterm 2018, a small group of education students, including myself, boarded a train around three in the morning to travel to the beautiful city of Chicago. Vicki Schmidt and April Counts accompanied Reven Bradbury, Aida Sandoval, Juliana Munoz, Stevie Stockham and me. The purpose of this trip was to complete our Introduction to Education Practicum course...