Oklahoma teachers protest for funding

On Thursday, April 12, Oklahoma teachers ended a walkout that began Monday, April 2 without the protest’s goals having been met. The walkout lasted almost two weeks and caused entire districts to close. The end came when one of the state’s largest teachers’ unions, the Oklahoma Education Association, ended official…

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Senior Showcase: Alex Millhuff

Alex Millhuff, William Jewell College senior chemistry major and now-retired swimmer, recently chose what she will be doing after leaving the College. She will be working at Midwest Research Institute (MRI) Global and hopes to start as soon as possible following graduation.   Millhuff came across the open position while…

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Humans of Jewell

Johanna Alpert, senior biology and Applied Critical Thought and Inquiry major, and Lizzy Stevenson, senior Oxbridge Molecular Biology major, share more than just their room and field of study. They both have meat-free diets, love the film “Pride and Prejudice,” are animal lovers and have an affinity for themed socks.…

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Sports Profile: Tennis Twins

Whitney Holloman, junior civil engineering major, and Becca Richinson, junior recreation and sport and psychology major, both transferred to William Jewell College after spending their first years elsewhere. Their motivations to transfer were rooted in tennis. They room next door to each other, have similarly bubbly personalities and are best…

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Humans of Jewell

Clyde and Katie Lisle, William Jewell College Campus’s newest married couple, have unique perspectives on the small college experience and human interaction in general. Katie, the upperclassmen Resident Director, has been observing the particular Jewell lifestyle for over a semester now, and Clyde has just moved in to the environment…

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BØRNS got borin’

I have never been disappointed with BØRNS’ premier album “Dopamine.” With its engaging lyrics and varied tempo—ranging from the constant up beats of “Electric Love” to the smooth pops of “10,000 Emerald Pools” to the sultry funk of “American Money”—there is always a perfect fit for whatever dancing mood has…

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Humans of Jewell

Ashlyn Bashore, junior English and religion and culture major, discussed her experience as a transfer student from a public university to a liberal arts college and explained how her humanities education has impacted her understandings of herself, others and the future. “I think the big difference between—at least the school…

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