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Maryville Hoops while Kids Rock Cancer

“You could tell there was something different in the air,” said Jimmy Barton as he described his first experience at #1000Saints. For a second year, athletics partnered with Maryville University’s Kids Rock Cancer program to create an unforgettable night for everyone in attendance. On Thursday, February 16, over 1,000 fans poured into the Simon Athletic… Keep Reading

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Life of the Mardi (Gras)

Show me your… beads. Mardi Gras is coming up and it is a huge celebration in the St. Louis community. Mardi Gras is a festival that technically marks the end of the carnival season. It always occurs the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday, which is when lent begins. Mardi Gras is on Tuesday, Feb. 28, but… Keep Reading

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Quiz: US Presidents 101

How well do you the presidents? This quiz will test your knowledge about some presidents. Jenny NguyenMore Posts Keep Reading

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Baby Got Books: Spring Break Reading List

Maryville loves to read! We asked Maryville students what books they kick back with when they’re not holding a textbook. Here are 15 must-read book recommendations from around campus.   1) A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens Cliffnotes summary: The year is late 1775, and Jarvis Lorry travels from London to Paris on… Keep Reading

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Mind Over Matter: Ignacio Giganti

At some point in our lives we may have asked the question, “Why do bad things happen to good people?” The bitter truth is that there’s no definite answer to that. We’ve all come down to the same conclusion that life just isn’t fair. However, in the midst of life throwing it’s unpredictable curveballs at… Keep Reading

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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

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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

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