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Morningside Moonwalk: Celebrating 50 Years Since the 1969 Moon Landing

Saturday, July 20th, 2019
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the moon landing in 1969, we asked the Morningside College community to share their memories and thoughts of the event. As a small step for man and a giant leap for mankind, Neil Armstrong’s moonwalk profoundly affected the country. This can be plainly seen through our very own testimonials.

GPAC names SID award after Dave Rebstock

Friday, July 19th, 2019
The Great Plains Athletic Conference has named its Sports Information Director of the Year award "The Rebby" in honor of the late Dave Rebstock.

Morningsiders remember United Airlines Flight 232

Friday, July 19th, 2019
It was 30 years ago today that United Airlines Flight 232 crashed during an emergency landing at the Sioux Gateway Airport. Morningsiders remember the crash and the well-coordinated efforts in Siouxland to respond to the disaster.

Tyson Foods Intern: Melanie Enloe

Wednesday, July 17th, 2019
Meet Melanie Enloe! Melanie is a senior counseling psychology major from Ottumwa, Iowa. Melanie is involved in Gender Undone, Morningside Telethon, Psychology Department Peer Mentors, and she is also a Tyson Foods Summer Community Intern with Haven House Family Service Center.

The Collegian Reporter

Warren describes plans to clean up government

Story and photos by Abby Koch–Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren was met with a packed room of support during her July 18 campaign stop in Sioux City. Warren’s stop allowed her to expand on her plans if elected to presidency. Voters filled the seating and the sides of the Yockey room at Morningside College. The rising […]

Biden stumps in Sioux City

by Mari Pizzini–Former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign led him to a hot and packed community event in Sioux City July 16. The sun beat down on the crowd at the Country Celebrations Event Center as Dylan Green, Biden’s Iowa organizer, worked to fire up the people. “When I say ‘fired up!’” Green said, “you […]

Mayor Pete campaigns in Sioux City

by Abby Koch–South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s energetic campaign made a stop in Sioux City July 3 to make an impression on Iowa voters. Buttigieg is one of the youngest democrats on the campaign trail, but youth is not holding him back from connecting with Americans. “Mayor Pete” took part in the first democratic […]