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Agriculture is one of the leading industries in the United States with more than 43,000 different jobs. Within this industry, there has been an incline of suicide rates in rural areas, especially in Missouri. The Missouri Department of Agriculture has created a new hotline called AgriStress … Read moreAgriStress is planting seeds of mental health awareness in rural communities

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There are a handful of scholarships for students to apply for using the Standard Scholarship Application. Now, students who desire to make a difference in the criminal justice career path have another opportunity to receive a scholarship credited to the Green Family. Read moreGreen family donates $28,000 to scholarship for aspiring law enforcement students

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Stage combat and intimacy are two very specific skills to learn for those who are involved in theater, and Northwest held a stage combat and intimacy workshop to help various groups of people learn these skills. This workshop was open to the public to help people of all experience levels lea… Read moreStage combat and intimacy coordinator holds workshop on Northwest campus

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Abagale Lingle first set eyes on Northwest while on a tour, but not for her, her sister’s tour. Lingle said she fell in love with the University, took a tour for herself, only applied to go to school here and got in. Since then, Lingle has kept herself busy with student teaching, an effort t… Read moreStudent teacher Abagale Lingle named 2022 physical education major of the year

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Horses are boarded at Northwest in the Edward Phillips Memorial Rodeo Arena, an arena that was donated by a widowed wife, Holly, 27 years ago. The arena finds itself amongst conversation that the University may sell the property. The decision to sell will affect more than just the owners who… Read moreFacility Services consider selling rodeo arena

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Mozingo Outdoor Education Recreation Area is seen by most people in the Maryville area as a place for kids to have fun. This past weekend Oct. 7-9, it was turned into just the opposite. The park with its impressive views was now filled with people with colorful vests everywhere and others wh… Read moreStudents, volunteers participate in Missouri Hope disaster response simulations

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It was found in a survey from Access to Higher Education that LGBTQIA+ people are four times more likely to report having picked a university in a different city or state to seek a more welcoming climate than non-LGBTQIA+ people. The community struggles to be accepted every day and colleges … Read moreLGBTQIA+ community celebrates history month

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The 100th Student Senate arrived dressed in formal wear, keeping with the theme of the week. This meeting marked the end of the freshman elections and the official swearing in of the new freshmen representatives and on-campus representatives. Read moreStudent Senate announces freshman representative election results

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The University’s Show-Me Gold program and the Maryville Fire Department held the third annual 9/11 memorial stair climb from 7-10 a.m. Sept. 9 at Bearcat Stadium. Attendees participated in a 2,071 step climb to pay respects to the 343 firefighters who bravely climbed that number of stairs in… Read moreShow-Me Gold hosts university's third annual 9/11 memorial stair climb

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Election season ended with voting stations closing at 7 p.m. across the state on Nov. 8. Missouri’s midterm elections had races for state representatives, state senators, and ballot initiatives. Missouri has eight districts for representatives and 34 districts for senators. Nodaway County fa…

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Maryville residents and Northwest students alike can recall the closing of Board Game Cafe — a popular cafe on Main Street where customers could enjoy a cup of coffee and pass the time playing a wide range of board games. When the Board Game Cafe closed at the end of 2021, the building it wa…

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The Northwest dining contract with Aramark is expiring at the end of the 2023 spring semester. Residential Life would like to see a cost reduction and a food quality increase, as well as more restaurant options on campus. 

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Focus EduSolutions is partnered with both institutions and associations across the U.S. Northwest recently partnered with Focus EduSolutions, and the first cohort began Nov. 8. There are now microcredentials offered in insurance sales and food truck entrepreneurship. 

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Stage combat and intimacy are two very specific skills to learn for those who are involved in theater, and Northwest held a stage combat and intimacy workshop to help various groups of people learn these skills. This workshop was open to the public to help people of all experience levels lea…

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Abagale Lingle first set eyes on Northwest while on a tour, but not for her, her sister’s tour. Lingle said she fell in love with the University, took a tour for herself, only applied to go to school here and got in. Since then, Lingle has kept herself busy with student teaching, an effort t…