Friends of Jewell

Endowments are money, or other financial assets, that are donated to colleges or universities. These donations are then invested so that the total asset value will yield an inflation-adjusted principal amount, as well as additional income which may be used for further investments and supplementary expenditures. William Jewell College currently…

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Fashion Review: Cosplay

This weekend at the Overland Park Convention Center, an unlikely and increasingly influential sector of the fashion sphere will be showcased. Naka-Kon, Kansas City’s local anime convention, is into its twelfth year of festivities, and its cosplay competition ranks among its most anticipated events. Cosplay, most often done in specially…

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Humans of Jewell

I had the chance to talk with Heather Wolfram in Semple kitchen while she made boba tea. “I grew up in Blue Springs, Mo. I loved high school.” She added comically, “High school was my peak.” Not believing her, I pressed her for more info. She discussed her journey through…

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State of the Hill: Free Speech

Since election day, free speech has become a central topic of discussion. With several events happening within the last several months such as students being arrested for handing out constitutions on campus and UC Berkeley students rioting over a conservative speaker, and with the increasing noticeability of strict speech codes…

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Trump’s Travel Ban: What We Know

Following the executive order on Jan. 27 this year, which banned immigrants, refugees and several other demographics from traveling to the US from Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libya, Somalia, Yemen and Lebanon, there has been a great deal of political upheaval and legal dispute regarding the constitutionality of the ban, leaving…

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