Catching Up on 2018 Mid-Term Ballot Measures in Missouri

Justin Rost | Reporter 2018 Ballot Measures Nov. 6, 2018 is the midterm general election. In the general election, voters will be able to chose their respective candidates and decide on four ballot initiatives brought to you by your fellow Missourians, as well as three legislatively referred ballot votes – some of which are to … Continue reading Catching Up on 2018 Mid-Term Ballot Measures in Missouri

Phi Theta Kappa Has Fall Induction Ceremony

Gwendolen Minks | Reporter   On Friday, Oct. 5, 2018, 34 students were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa in the Fall Induction Ceremony that was held at ECC’s Training Center. The ceremony was a way for families to celebrate the new inductee's accomplishment of being accepted into ECC’s Phi Theta Kappa membership that only students with … Continue reading Phi Theta Kappa Has Fall Induction Ceremony

‘Reservoir Dogs’ Has Bark and Bite

Bob Pruessner | Assistant Editor Eight men sit in a classic American diner, sipping coffee, enjoying breakfast and discussing the meaning of Madonna’s “Like a Virgin” before arguing whether or not it is right to tip waitstaff. It’s not just way too many guys taking up too much space in a restaurant, it’s the opening … Continue reading ‘Reservoir Dogs’ Has Bark and Bite

Sex Trafficking Fear in Franklin County: Not a ‘problem’ but ‘possibility’

Hayley Vawter | Editor Recently, fear about sex trafficking has taken social media by storm. In the last few months, several women in the Franklin and Phelps county areas have made social media posts about sex trafficking and their experiences with possible instances of trafficking. Every post is different, but several mention being followed at … Continue reading Sex Trafficking Fear in Franklin County: Not a ‘problem’ but ‘possibility’

“Doublewide, Texas” Coming to East Central College Stage

Gwendolen Minks|Staff Reporter East Central College Theatre is presenting “Doublewide, Texas” on Oct. 4-6.The laugh-out-loud comedy is filled with humor as the play follows a trailer park in Texas that take a stand against the neighboring town, Tugaloo, who wants to annex their homes. The plot thickens as the audience watches the relatable and comical … Continue reading “Doublewide, Texas” Coming to East Central College Stage

SGA Meetings Kick Off New Plans for the School Year

Robert Pruessner | Reporter The ECC Student Government Association (SGA) is back in session. SGA is held every Thursday at 2 p.m. in Room 286 of Hansen Hall. SGA is a place for students and club members to come together and organize events benefiting the student body, school and surrounding area. SGA meetings are open … Continue reading SGA Meetings Kick Off New Plans for the School Year