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An increase in the designated fee for Wellness Services was proposed to Student Senate Feb. 18 as a way to combat a heavy deficit the office is recurrently adding to, an issue Wellness associated with lack of funding and the rising cost of healthcare for college students across the nation. Read more

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The Student Success Center in conjunction with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion hosted the second installment of its First-Generation Focus series Feb. 18 in the J.W. Jones Student Union Ballroom featuring a panel of five first-generation students answering faculty and staff questions a… Read more

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Maryville has heard complaints about its public water from citizens for several years, but in the midst of city staff and Public Works problem-solving to limit recurring issues, recent federal deregulation has begun to put local governments like Maryville in a bind with priorities. Read more

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Three days removed from the Iowa caucuses, no victor has been declared. Former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., sit neck-and-neck with 26.4% and 25.7% of the delegates, respectively, with 96% of precincts have reported, according to the New York Times… Read more

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DES MOINES, Iowa — As college-aged students flock toward the most progressive candidates in the field of 2020 Democratic hopeful, the party’s more moderate candidates and their campaign representatives made last-ditch pleas to likely Caucus-goers and pitches to young voters nationwide ahead … Read more

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Mental health and student wellness issues are not unique to the small student population of Northwest but are rather an all-encompassing epidemic that several institutions in the state are working with experts to curb and find viable solutions for. Read more

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The small town of Maryville, taking pride in businesses uniquely local, has provided a platform for entrepreneurs to be successful in the competitive business world. Of the 33 small businesses in Maryville, 20 of them are owned or at least partly-owned by women, a feat several business owner… Read more

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Young Life, a campus ministry that used to be known as The Well, was newly recognized as an organization on campus by the Student Senate on Feb. 11.