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Humans of Maryville: Draven Fuller

In the bottom level of Maple 3 lives Draven Fuller. A fourth year sports business management major who spends his time surrounding himself with music, basketball, his friends and a pen. Greeted with a friendly handshake, I enter the living room that is filled with music, sports jerseys and posters galore. Draven notices my eyes meeting… Keep Reading


Swipe Right, Swipe Left: A Look at Tinder

In a digital era, nearly every college student has heard of Tinder. In fact, a large majority of students have actually used the app. Some love it, and some hate it. What is it that makes users swipe right or swipe left? Ben Berberich, sophomore, is a fan of using Tinder. He has met four… Keep Reading


MU Lacrosse: Outplay, Outwork, Outlast

One of the fastest growing sports in the United States is finally poised to make its debut at Maryville University. According to a study by the New York Times, men’s lacrosse is one of only a few sports that are consistently growing in popularity throughout the country. University of Michigan’s athletic director, Dave Brandon, said… Keep Reading


Rom-Coms, Gifts and Restaurants: Your Top 3 Guide to Valentine’s Day

Not sure what to do on Valentine’s Day? This is your guide. After asking students around campus what their favorite romantic comedies, restaurants and gift ideas are, here are the top three answers for each category.   Rom-Coms “What else is there to do on Valentine’s Day than watch a rom-com? I love ‘Clueless’ because… Keep Reading


Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate: 4 Go-to Recipes for Valentine’s Day

One of the best parts of Valentine’s Day is eating your heart out in chocolate without being judged by a single person. Everyone thinks Valentine’s Day is about love, but let’s get real; It’s all about the chocolate. Chocolate Chip Cookies You can never go wrong with anything heart shaped, especially cookies. Cookies are fun… Keep Reading


Boo Valentine’s Day: An Anti-Valentine’s Day Ode

  In tribute to the great rapper Lil Wayne “Love is in the air and I hold my breath ‘til my face turns purple.” For those who are single or taken or simply just aren’t interested in the famous holiday, there are several options.  Considering the history of this tragic holiday, it may be best… Keep Reading


Fight for Your Rights: Women’s March 2017

Individuals of all backgrounds came to march. “There were white middle aged men in business suits that I never would have thought would be at a women’s march,” Nicole Pruett, senior, said. She felt it was powerful to see such a diverse crowd united for one cause. The Women’s March on St. Louis was one… Keep Reading


Afishapa, Joyeux Noël, Feliz Navidad, Merry Christmas: Christmas Around the World

With Christmas right around the corner, it gives us a lot of time to reflect on some of the traditions that many different families have during Christmas time. Many American traditions include the very special Christmas dinner, that may even exceed the greatness of Thanksgiving (it’s convenient that both of these holidays are four weeks apart).… Keep Reading


Prior Prior Year: How Financial Aid Change Impacts You

President Obama signed a presidential order in September 2015 which allowed for additional time to file for financial aid, going into effect Oct. 1, 2016. For the first time in history, students will use the same tax information for two years of financial aid. This means the 2015 tax information will be used for fall 2016… Keep Reading

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