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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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With finals season emerging through the lulling satisfaction of Thanksgiving break, cheery, upbeat moods are suddenly being replaced with somber in December as students feel an encroaching pressure to perform well. At Northwest, Wellness Services is the face of aid for those struggling, but … Read more

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The Office of Diversity and Inclusion will host the first Diversity Leadership Conference Feb. 22 on the third floor of the J.W. Jones Student Union, which is available and free to attend for all Northwest students.

Six contenders have announced their bid against incumbent Missouri Gov. Mike Parson in the 2020 gubernatorial election, the state’s election coinciding with the U.S. presidential election where voter favorites are still unclear both locally and nationally.

The wait time to seek counseling at Wellness Services has dropped to just a week at the start of the semester, but wellness on campus looks different for students who are in urgent need of mental health services.