An Illinois based band plays at a local dive bar with instruments made out of broken down home appliances. The bass guitar is made out of a washtub. One man plays the washboard. Another, a eucalyptus bamboo digeridoo. The band’s name is the Woodbox Gang and the lead singer, the man who made … Read more
Peace and quiet were two things Priyanka Patel did not expect to find when she came to study abroad in the United States. Even with the unexpected, studying abroad has been a rewarding experience for Patel in many ways. She has gained confidence and has enjoyed communicating with different t… Read more
With the playoffs on the horizon for the Bearcat football team, a glance at some changes may provide answers to issues this regular season. Read more
Over the past week Northwest football fell victim to not only the turnover battle, but the mistakes that religiously haunt the Pittsburg State series. Read more
After seeing Northwest football complete two straight weeks of slim victories, all of Bearcat Nation can take a chill pill. Read more
The Northwest cross country team has achieved great success this season, and for the men on the team it all comes down to a single phrase: “One Less Day.” Read more
A competitive baseball club is open to all students on campus and according to their president Cal Schillings, it is open to anyone. Read more
The Kansas City Royals won their first World Series title in 1985. Following this title, the organization would enter a dark period. 29 years after winning the World Series in 1985, the Royals returned to the World Series. They would lose in game seven. Entering 2015, critics said a chance… Read more
The rings are handed out, and “2014” is hanging on the press box commemorating the national championship. With the annual spring game now in the rearview mirror, a broad outline of what is to be expected in the fall has come in full view, because it’s never too early to talk football in Maryville. Read more
As I was sitting on press row and DeShaun Cooper’s half-court prayer was in midair, I thought it was cash, but it Gordon Hayward-ed off the back of the rim. As the ball bounced off the iron and fell to the floor, the game ended, but something else will live on for years to come. Read more
After seeing Northwest football complete two straight weeks of slim victories, all of Bearcat Nation can take a chill pill.
For a brief second, football was unmatched. Weekend activities came to a halt as thousands poured into massive stadiums to marvel at the athletes who dedicated their lives to football.
When making your list of guarantees in life, such as death, taxes and unpredictable Midwest weather, be sure to include NFL-bound Northwest football players.