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Talents exposed through Worship Outreach

By Melody Brinigar Staff reporter Worship Outreach is a college ministry that applies students’ musical talents and gifts to minister to others. The group consists of roughly 25 members who are divided into three musical bands. “Worship Outreach is about encouraging. It’s about knowing that God is real and believing that there is a plan that was intentional [...]

Second half woes trouble Builder football

By Jacob Jimmerson Staff reporter It was a rough second half for the Builders Saturday night, as they let a seven point halftime deficit turn into a 45 to 14 loss. Evangel took advantage of some mistakes made by the Builders, which lead to victory. Coach Ken Crandall saw good things from this game. Crandall said, “I thought [...]

Women soccer falls to Mid-America Chirstian

Gabby Gamez Staff reporter The center forward for MACU winds back her leg and releases it launching the soccer ball over 35 yards away only to be met with the top left corner bar of the goal frame, effectively blocking it from going into the Lady Builder’s goal. The Southwestern women’s soccer team endured a tough first half [...]

Volleyball travel to compete at College of St. Mary tournament

To kick off the College of St. Mary tournament in Omaha, Neb. the Lady Builder volleyball first battled the Hornets of Harris-Stowe State University out of St. Louis, Mo. prevailing 3-0 (25-11, 25-17, 25-18) in the match.

Drumline provides spirit during games

By Bailey VenJohn Staff reporter When a NCAA Division I football game comes to mind so does a pep band and drumline playing the school’s fight song to get the crowd going. The band gets the teams pumped and gives the fans a source of energy to feed off of. Southwestern College will soon get the pleasure of [...]

Local restaurants offer big flavor

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Soccer seniors stay to play

By Bailey VenJohn Staff reporter The men’s soccer team has already accomplished something early in the season. There are six remaining players who came to Southwestern College as freshman during the 2011 season and have stuck it out to be seniors on the team this year. This sounds like it should be typical especially on a team of [...]

Talents exposed through Worship Outreach

15 September 2014

By Melody Brinigar Staff reporter Worship Outreach is a college ministry that applies students’ musical talents and gifts to minister to others. The group consists of roughly 25 members who are divided into three musical bands. “Worship Outreach is about encouraging. It’s about knowing that God is real and believing that there is a plan that was intentional [...]

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Second half woes trouble Builder football

14 September 2014

By Jacob Jimmerson Staff reporter It was a rough second half for the Builders Saturday night, as they let a seven point halftime deficit turn into a 45 to 14 loss. Evangel took advantage of some mistakes made by the Builders, which lead to victory. Coach Ken Crandall saw good things from this game. Crandall said, “I thought [...]

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Women soccer falls to Mid-America Chirstian

14 September 2014

Gabby Gamez Staff reporter The center forward for MACU winds back her leg and releases it launching the soccer ball over 35 yards away only to be met with the top left corner bar of the goal frame, effectively blocking it from going into the Lady Builder’s goal. The Southwestern women’s soccer team endured a tough first half [...]

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Volleyball travel to compete at College of St. Mary tournament

14 September 2014

To kick off the College of St. Mary tournament in Omaha, Neb. the Lady Builder volleyball first battled the Hornets of Harris-Stowe State University out of St. Louis, Mo. prevailing 3-0 (25-11, 25-17, 25-18) in the match.

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Drumline provides spirit during games

12 September 2014

By Bailey VenJohn Staff reporter When a NCAA Division I football game comes to mind so does a pep band and drumline playing the school’s fight song to get the crowd going. The band gets the teams pumped and gives the fans a source of energy to feed off of. Southwestern College will soon get the pleasure of [...]

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Local restaurants offer big flavor

12 September 2014

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Soccer seniors stay to play

12 September 2014

By Bailey VenJohn Staff reporter The men’s soccer team has already accomplished something early in the season. There are six remaining players who came to Southwestern College as freshman during the 2011 season and have stuck it out to be seniors on the team this year. This sounds like it should be typical especially on a team of [...]

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New TMNT movie fails expectations

11 September 2014

By Dalton Carver Staff reporter If you’ve poked your head out of your shell recently, you know that reboots are all the rage these days. Already reinventing the “Transformers” franchise, director/producer Michael Bay continues his work with “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” proving that remakes don’t always bring waterfalls of nostalgia from fans. That isn’t to say that there [...]

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Land rush foreshadows festival crowds

11 September 2014

Campers and tarps claim territory for the upcoming bluegrass music festival.

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Volleyball suffers tough loss to Bulldogs

11 September 2014

By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter In the second away game of the season, the Southwestern volleyball team took a 3-2 loss against the McPherson bulldogs. Wednesday’s game was also the first five-set match of the season. Brittaney Craddock, junior outside hitter, took the lead with 24 digs, Sarah Loesing, junior outside hitter, led the team with 14 kills [...]

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