An Illinois based band plays at a local dive bar with instruments made out of broken down home appliances. The bass guitar is made out of a washtub. One man plays the washboard. Another, a eucalyptus bamboo digeridoo. The band’s name is the Woodbox Gang and the lead singer, the man who made … Read more
Peace and quiet were two things Priyanka Patel did not expect to find when she came to study abroad in the United States. Even with the unexpected, studying abroad has been a rewarding experience for Patel in many ways. She has gained confidence and has enjoyed communicating with different t… Read more
With the end of the year comes panic, both over finals and finalizing last minute details as people prepare to move for the summer. Everything should be going smoothly, but instead we’re sitting here wondering why a stranger is in our house. Read more
They had previously only used their gender neutral name privately with close friends, but upon noticing a spot for preferred name and pronouns on the Northwest application for new students, they made their decision on a whim to come out. Read more
Notes from Robert Pippin’s trombone and Jiwon Choi’s piano harmonized and filled the Charles Johnson Theater April 17. Read more
Approximately 100 people in formal and traditional attire celebrated the diverse culture at Northwest with food, music and dance in a candle-lit room. Read more
Bearcats, let’s be honest; we all have that one friend who just won’t shut up about the same problems. If I have to hear one more time about how your roommate puts the toilet paper on backwards, I don’t think we can have lunch anymore. Read more
Frank Sinatra, Johnny Depp, Mark Wahlberg and Elton John sat around a table chatting away while other tables hosted their own celebrities. The venue was the wedding of Hailey Holland and Justin Bieber, where a shriek was heard moments later, and Hailey Holland was found murdered. Read more
Music, laughter and chatter echoed from students sitting in a circle sharing personal stories in celebration of transgender people. Read more
Far too often, adults, or rather adults already done with college or in their later years, flock to the word “kid” when they disagree with a younger person’s opinion. Read more
As the members of the 97th Student Senate took their respective positions, senior Alyssa Lincoln passes the torch as president to allow the new Senate to represent and aid the Bearcats in future endeavors. Read more
With graduation fast approaching and students being kicked out of their rented homes and apartments days before the big event, hotels and motels across the Maryville, Missouri, and St. Joseph, Missouri, areas are dreading this wave of torture. Read more
Approximately 100 students shared their work with posters and presentations in the annual Celebration of Quality April 5 on the third floor of the J.W. Jones Student Union. Read more
The red, swollen bumps, the annoying blackheads, the puss-filled pockets of inconvenience — acne is something many young adults struggle with. However, some find solace in videos of professionals removing the gunk from people’s bodies. Read more
“Dead Meat” is a YouTube channel and podcast created by James A. Janisse and his girlfriend Chelsea Rebecca. The channel is centered around its two flagship series which are “The Kill Counts” videos released every Friday on YouTube and the “Dead Meat Podcast” released every Tuesday also on Y… Read more
Hidden beneath sinks, stowed behind cartons of milk and stashed in unused trash cans, we all know it’s there. Most of the students living in Forest Village Apartments have alcohol stored away like we are Al Capone during the height of the 1920s. Read more
Educators, agriculture industry professionals and students celebrated National Ag Day by having breakfast and listening to speakers and panelists at the second annual Agriculture and Food Literacy Summit at the Mozingo Lake Conference Center. Read more
Northwest’s Department of Literature, Language and Writing sponsored an English Country Dance Friday, in the Horace Mann Laboratory School Gym. Read more
As part of Women’s History Month, Debbie Dougherty came to Northwest to discuss sexual harassment in the workplace. Read more
Mice clicked, keyboards clacked, controllers rattled and Bob Ross emitted from a projector, filling the air with a constant hum. Read more
Snuggled in the corner room of the Office of Student Involvement, a bright smile and the subtle smell of tea greets students as Coordinator of Diversity and Inclusion Adam Gonzales offers a listening ear to everybody, no matter race or sexual identity. Read more
Students in middle and high schools across Missouri competed in National History Day, March 1, at the J.W. Jones Student Union Ballroom. Read more
Students and staff discussed influential women of various cultures during the March session of First Friday Culture Talks in the International Involvement Center in B.D. Owens Library. Read more
The role models in people’s lives influence who they may become later in life. For young children these can become the unofficial big siblings they attach themselves too as they grow up. Read more
Northwest students gathered together for the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion’s game night Feb. 22 at North Complex. Read more
As people walk around campus, glimmers of red can be seen in many of Northwest's sidewalk cracks. There are curious glances and double takes as the distinguishable red sand catches their attention; the sand represents more than the eye can see.
Thousands of people huddled around screens as the steady rhythm of drums and horns signaled the beginning of an end. Winter has arrived with dragons in tow.
Bearcats, let’s be honest; we all have that one friend who just won’t shut up about the same problems. If I have to hear one more time about how your roommate puts the toilet paper on backwards, I don’t think we can have lunch anymore.
Frank Sinatra, Johnny Depp, Mark Wahlberg and Elton John sat around a table chatting away while other tables hosted their own celebrities. The venue was the wedding of Hailey Holland and Justin Bieber, where a shriek was heard moments later, and Hailey Holland was found murdered.
Far too often, adults, or rather adults already done with college or in their later years, flock to the word “kid” when they disagree with a younger person’s opinion.
As the members of the 97th Student Senate took their respective positions, senior Alyssa Lincoln passes the torch as president to allow the new Senate to represent and aid the Bearcats in future endeavors.