college newspapers in missouri

Below is a list of newspapers produced and published in Missouri's colleges, universities and technical schools. They are alphabetical by the school followed by where the school is located and the name of the publication.

Located underneath the college newspapers is a list of high school publications. They are alphabetical by the city where the school is located.

Avila University - Kansas City, The Talon

College of the Ozarks - Point Lookout, The Outlook
Cottey College - Nevada, The Spectrum
Crowder College - Neosho, The Sentry
Culver-Stockton College - Canton, Megaphone
Drury University - Springfield, The Mirror
Evangel University - Springfield, The Lance
Fontbonne - Fontbonne, The Fontbanner
Hannibal-LaGrange College - Hannibal, HLG Horizons
Lincoln University - Jefferson City, The Clarion
Lindenwod University - St. Charles, The Legacy
Longview CC - Lee's Summit, The Current
Maple Woods CC - Kansas City, The Zebra
Maryville University - St. Louis, Gateway Maryville
Missouri Southern State College - Joplin, The Chart
Missouri State University - Springfield, The Standard
Missouri Valley College - Marshall, The Delta
Missouri Western University - St. Joseph, The Griffon News
Northwest Missouri State University - Maryville, Northwest Missourian
Park University - Parkville, The Stylus
Penn Valley CC - Kansas City, Spectrum
St. Louis CC - Florissant Valley - Ferguson, The Forum
St. Louis CC - Meramac - St. Louis, The Montage
St. Louis University - St. Louis, The University News
Southeast Missouri State University - Cape Girardeau, The Arrow
Southwest Baptist University - Bolivar, The Ominbus
Stephens University - Columbia, Stephens Life
Truman State University - Kirksville, Index
University of Central Missouri - Warrensburg, Muleskinner
University of Missouri - Columbia, Maneater
University of Missouri - Kansas City, University News
University of Missouri - Rolla, The Missouri Miner
University of Missouri - St. Louis, The Current
Washington University - St. Louis, Student Life Online
Webster University - St. Louis, The Journal
Westminster College - Fulton, The Columns
William Jewell College - Liberty, The Hilltop Monitor

Clayton, Clayton - The Globe
Columbia Rock-Bridge, Columbia - The Rock
Francis Howell North, St. Charles - North Star
Grain Valley, Grain Valley - The Talon
Helias, Jefferson City - The Crusader Rabbitt
Kirkwood, Kirkwood - The Kirkwood Call
Lafeyette, Wildwood - The Image
Liberty High, Liberty - The Bell
Lindbergh, St. Louis - The Pilot
Missouri Military Academy - The Eagle
Northeast Nodaway, Ravenwood - Bluejay Flyer
Oak Grove, Oak Grove - The Panther Times
Oak Park, Kansas City - The Branch
Park Hill South, Riverside - The View
Parkway Central, Chesterfield - The Corral
Poplar Bluff, Poplar Bluff - The Bluffer
Richland High, Essex - Rebel Yeller
Rockhurst, Kansas City - Prep News
Rock Port, Rock Port - Blue Jay Corner
St. Louis University High, St. Louis - Prep News
Springfield Central, Springfield - CHS Times
Springfield Gelndale, Springfield - The Quill

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Wednesday October 26th

A big thanks to all of our members who helped us celebrate MPA's 150th Convention! Link

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Monday October 24th

All Missourians are encouraged to help select the design of a new automobile license plate, which will be out in time for the Show-Me State’s bicentennial in 2021. Options for the plate design will be presented at four public hearings across the state, including the following: — October 25 at the MoDOT Transportation Management Center (14301 South Outer 40 Road, Town and Country, MO 63017), phone 314. Link



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