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Dietetic students worked on a class project for more than 40 hours for two consecutive weeks to put on the annual Friday Night Cafes at 5 p.m. Nov. 8 and Nov. 15 on the third floor of the Administration building. The first featured Nepalese food, the second featured South Korean food.  Read more

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Theatre Northwest’s Nov. 14-17 show, “Noises Off,” began with a brightly-haired housekeeper talking in what the program called a “British...-ish” accent. Only after she was interrupted by the in-play director did it reveal she was an actress rehearsing for a play. Read more

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During late October, children and family members celebrate Halloween up to Oct. 31 through various community events. Bustling children with buckets of candy, dressed in colorful costumes will swarm sidewalks as well as Northwest Resident Halls and even Mozingo Lake Recreation Park for the fe… Read more

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An adjustment international students must make when they get to Northwest is speaking English on a daily basis. For those who don’t have a community of students who speak their native language, the only time they can speak it is when they call home. Read more

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At the last Student Senate meeting of the semester, before students could say their goodbyes and leave for winter break, University Police Department Chief, Clarence Green, came with a proposal to compensate for the rising minimum wage in Missouri.

“Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree,” the Horace Mann choir sang loudly as a crowd gathered around the Memorial Bell Tower. At its center stood a tree covered in multicolored lights.

Christmas is easily the holiday that has the best festive movie selection, sorry Michael Myers’ “Halloween” is still good though. Sifting through the endless amount of stale romantic comedies to find quality entertainment can be hard, but here is a guide to Christmas cinema success.

Dietetic students worked on a class project for more than 40 hours for two consecutive weeks to put on the annual Friday Night Cafes at 5 p.m. Nov. 8 and Nov. 15 on the third floor of the Administration building. The first featured Nepalese food, the second featured South Korean food.