Posts Tagged ‘ Kansas ’

Tiller murder unjust, whether you agreed with his actions or not

Jun 1st, 2009 | By | Category: Blogs, Opinions

by Mike Courson Late-term abortionist George Tiller was killed in a Wichita, Kans., church Sunday morning. While it should be upsetting when a doctor is killed in church, undoubtedly many otherwise decent people will be pleased by his death. I am upset for a few reasons. Obviously, a man was killed. Though I do not […]



My journey into the crazy world of college newspaper publishing

Apr 6th, 2009 | By | Category: Commentary

Zach Becker Editor-in-Chief I lost my job. My friends betrayed me. And I couldn’t participate in my favorite (and only) activity. To top it off, they keyed my just-repainted truck. But through it all, I kept my integrity intact. And as bad as that day was, it gave rise to one of the most fulfilling […]



A look Underground: Behind the scenes with the creators

Mar 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Campus Group, Campus News, Commentary, Featured Articles

Nathanael Edward Bassett Contributor You probably have some questions about the newspaper in your hand (or the website you are reading from). Like, what is this? What’s the point? Why should I read it? Well, I’ll try and answer those as best I can if you just give me a few moments. First of all, […]



Newcomer to Springfield looks at oddities of Missouri

Mar 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Commentary, Springfield News

Zach Becker Editor-In-Chief Who is John Q. Hammons? And why is every building named after him? As a recent transplant to Springfield (I moved here from Kansas in July), this is one of those questions that has been bugging me. Finally, curiosity overcame me and I Googled him. Apparently, he is a Missouri State graduate […]



Missouri State meets Wheat State Pizza

Feb 27th, 2009 | By | Category: Features, Springfield News

A former Missouri State student brings a pizza franchise to Springfield.



Editor recounts censorship battle

Feb 26th, 2009 | By | Category: Columns, Opinions

Zach Becker Editor-In-Chief “If you print this letter, I’m going to sue you personally!” Barton County Community College men’s basketball coach Dave “Soupy” Campbell screamed in my face. After enduring several minutes of his sue-happy rant, I’d had enough. Never before and never since have I been treated in such an unprofessional and degrading manner. […]