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There are many people throughout our lives that have influenced us; whether in seemingly mundane circumstances or life’s most meaningful moments. For some these people might be close friends or family, but at Northwest, it’s the uncanny dedication of the faculty to student success. Read more

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In the beginning of college, it’s exciting, fun, and you’re not really thinking about responsibilities, other than going to class. However, when junior year comes around, or ever the end of sophomore year, you’re going to be thinking about a life after college: a career. Before you can even … Read more

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For many college students, it’s important for their fashion to be reasonably priced and multipurpose. However, even department stores such as Walmart Supercenter and Target have higher prices than some students can afford. According to ecogoodz.com one in five Americans shop in resale, or th… Read more

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In the beginning of college, it’s exciting, fun, and you’re not really thinking about responsibilities, other than going to class. However, when junior year comes around, or ever the end of sophomore year, you’re going to be thinking about a life after college: a career. Before you can even … Read more

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Maryville is one of the few communities in Missouri that allows those under the age of 21 to enter a bar. The bar entry age in Maryville is 19. Four years ago this caused an uproar both among the community and the student population at Northwest.

Maryville has always been a unique community. Prior to the mid-1990s there was no legal age for bar entry. Anyone could walk into a bar. In an effort to keep high school students out of bars, the city passed an ordinance setting the bar entry age at 19. Since the age was set it was never changed or reviewed by the city until 2012. Read more

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Outside of school, Cheyenne and his sister Audrie spent a lot of their time at home. Their closest friends were their cousins. Harlietta, raising two children as a single mother, wanted her teenage son Cheyenne to have a positive male influence in his life and wanted her shy daughter Audrie … Read more

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There are many people throughout our lives that have influenced us; whether in seemingly mundane circumstances or life’s most meaningful moments. For some these people might be close friends or family, but at Northwest, it’s the uncanny dedication of the faculty to student success.

In the beginning of college, it’s exciting, fun, and you’re not really thinking about responsibilities, other than going to class. However, when junior year comes around, or ever the end of sophomore year, you’re going to be thinking about a life after college: a career. Before you can even …

For many college students, it’s important for their fashion to be reasonably priced and multipurpose. However, even department stores such as Walmart Supercenter and Target have higher prices than some students can afford. According to ecogoodz.com one in five Americans shop in resale, or th…

Voices and laughter floated on the wind. The sound of Nerf darts whacking against both flesh and ground echoed in the player's ears. This was what the club was all about, this was what the members of Humans vs. Zombies loved to do.

Every once in a while we come across people who inspire, encourage and delight us, each one is different and unique in the best possible way. Often time these people are all around us and we simply overlook them. But once they have touched a life it is hard to ignore their positive presence.

In the beginning of college, it’s exciting, fun, and you’re not really thinking about responsibilities, other than going to class. However, when junior year comes around, or ever the end of sophomore year, you’re going to be thinking about a life after college: a career. Before you can even …

Ali Elzen has always held a little bit different belief when it comes to doing business in selling his delicious homemade doughnuts near the corner of Main and Sixth Street in Maryville.