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The two men stood at the center of Bearcat Arena Feb. 8 in front of a crowd of close to 2,000 people, clad in dark green ceremonial gowns. They were perhaps overdressed for the pair of basketball games the arena hosted that day, but their outfits were appropriate for the commencement in between. Read more

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            A large blue barn just off campus, a reprieve from the cold and refuge for eager horseback riders, filled with dust as the Northwest Horseman’s Association galloped across its dirt-covered ground. Each horse and rider weaved between cones much like how the equestrian club weaved … Read more

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The sound of drums echoed through the auditorium. Stomping feet and clapping hands from both the audience and the performers were united together in rhythm. The performers on stage danced to the beat, not only incorporating their hands and feet, but the entirety of their body. Legs kicked hi… Read more

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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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The sound of drums echoed through the auditorium. Stomping feet and clapping hands from both the audience and the performers were united together in rhythm. The performers on stage danced to the beat, not only incorporating their hands and feet, but the entirety of their body. Legs kicked hi…

The bleachers at Bearcat Arena have had a little less pep in their steps this basketball season. The Northwest Pep Band has been unable to perform at any games thus far due to scheduling conflicts.

Steaming hot chocolate poured from the spout and splashed into the cup. Marshmallows, animal crackers and an assortment of toppings were piled high. Children of all ages lined up excitedly as they received their hot chocolate and put as much candy as possible on top of the steamy, hot drink.

I don’t know why everyone is so insistent on complaining about the potholes that are littered up and down Walnut and Main Street and every other road within five square miles of Maryville, potholes that are probably more comparable to, I don’t know, craters?

As Patrick Mahomes threw the ball away after the game’s final snap and the Kansas City Chiefs clinched their first Lombardi Trophy in 50 years Feb. 2, winning Super Bowl LIV 31-20 over the San Francisco 49ers, a celebration commenced in Miami, Florida.

When he first pulled up the Northland Therapeutic Riding Center, which sits off a gravel road in Holt, Missouri, Northwest senior Craig Richard unloaded a cluster of camera equipment from his car with the intention of making a two-minute clip, one that would serve as a promotional video for …

Ah, the Midwest. It’s not only a place, but something that runs deep in the blood of those born here. We bleed ranch dressing, we say ‘ope’ when we scooch past somebody in the grocery store, and most importantly, we will never, ever, EVER have a snow day.

The Student Activities Council is starting the year off with a new slogan: “New year, new SAC.” This new SAC had its first Open House meeting was Jan. 23 in the Towerview Room at the J.W. Jones Student Union.