Jennies unphased by streak-snapping loss

The final stretch of the college basketball season has begun with six games remaining on the schedule for the No. 24 Jennies (16-5, 9-4 MIAA) as the team attempts to move past a 65-62 loss to Emporia State Saturday that snapped a six-game winning streak. The Jennies led the Hornets for the majority of the… Read more »

‘Lego Movie 2: The Second Part,’ more from a great franchise

The “Lego Movie” series, or cinematic universe, as it has its own spinoffs, has done the impossible. It’s a film franchise based around Legos, basically full-feature commercials, that is entertaining and compelling. “The Lego Movie” was fantastic. “The Lego Batman Movie” was a clever parody/homage to superhero films. With the exception of maybe “The Lego… Read more »

Valentine’s Day to me

When it comes to Valentine’s Day, every woman is different. In my opinion, a box of Russel Stover chocolates would do, or a card or a handwritten note. Maybe even a single rose, kind of like in “The Bachelor”. Whatever it is, it definitely has to be unique, just like the woman who’s receiving it…. Read more »

Update: Bowling sweeps home match

No. 16 Jennies bowling competed in a shortened version of the Mid-Missouri Classic Friday after the last two days of the event were canceled due to weather. The Jennies swept their only opponent in Columbia College 5-0 and used 12 different bowlers in three of the matches. Sophomore Kennedi Laughlin led the Jennies with a… Read more »

Update: Wrestling concludes regular season

Mules wrestling wrapped up its regular season and honored four seniors in a dual against MIAA foe Central Oklahoma. Benjamin Gadbois, Ben Lancaster, Daide Agnew and Allan Pearson were all recognized for their dedication to the program. The Mules dropped the competition to the Bronchos 45-0 and finished the season 2-7. Next up for the… Read more »