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BURLINGTON JUNCTION, Mo. — Two months after the death of a Nodaway County wrestling legend, the northwest Missouri community gathered for a memorial event featuring a combination of athletics and performance art entertainment, where wrestlers competed in fist-throwing, body-slamming matches … Read more

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Every year, a few Northwest students have the opportunity to co-author physics research papers through a National Science Foundation grant, but this year, a student had the opportunity to be the lead author on a paper that is being considered for publication in a national physics journal. Read more


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First-generation students had the opportunity to meet other people who have similar experiences and celebrate their college journeys in conjunction with the annual National First-Generation College Celebration.

In 1883 a northwest Missouri college began providing higher education to students and building up a legacy of achievement in academics and sports, coming to an unexpected halt a century later.

In an effort to reach a rapidly-growing demographic in the U.S., the role of Northwest’s diversity and inclusion coordinator — with support through the Hispanic Development Fund — has pivoted to include recruiting Hispanic and Latino students in Missouri metropolitan areas.

On the corner square of Third and Main Streets in Downtown Maryville sits a pocket park under construction in the empty lot by Blue Willow Boutique.

In reviewing campus crime statistics for the annual Security and Fire Safety Report, University Police aims to decrease liquor law violations, theft and sexual assaults related to social media and dating apps through preventative patrolling and programming.

Special notice signage replaces Northwest T-shirts and Spoofhound hoodies in the glass storefront windows of Jock’s Nitch Sporting Goods in Maryville.

In a red “Make America Great Again” baseball cap sat 69 names scribbled onto small blue pieces of paper. At the end of the of the College Republicans meeting, one of those names would be the new owner of an AR-15 80% lower receiver.