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And so it begins, the blame game. COVID-19 cases have surged since Northwest resumed in-person classes — shocking — and as a result, students, faculty, administration and community members are beginning to point fingers. Everyone in their own way is accountable for what is happening. No one … Read more

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It seemed that everything was normal, until all of a sudden, it wasn’t. Northwest students were midway through a chilly spring break, hopefully enjoying a rest from classes, when the whole world seemed to shift. March 11, COVID-19 went from a punchline for many on Twitter to shutting down sp…

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Northwest men’s basketball has lost one game in the last 23 months. The Bearcats have been a top-ranked basketball team in Division II for half a decade. They’ve lost six games in their last 130 matchups.

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Led by members of Student Senate and organized particularly by the senate’s Governmental Affairs Committee, a group of Northwest students traveled to Jefferson City, Missouri, Feb. 4-5 to lobby state lawmakers to increase funding allocated to higher education funding.

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The city of Maryville knew at least two years ago that Mozingo Lake had an algae problem, something The Northwest Missourian reported on as early as January 2018 and something that has somehow gone unfixed in the meantime.

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The Governmental Affairs Committee of Northwest’s Student Senate is enacting a plan it hopes will register 65% of Greek Life members and 50% of the Northwest’s campus population to vote by the end of the semester.