Many students say LIVEDemocracy _ a nonpartisan, campus-wide effort to educate them about the electoral process and the issues _ has allowed them to make strides in their political understanding and involvement. The Buder Family Student Commons has been filled with crowds watching the Presidential debates, listening to professors provide background on the issues and using social media to share their opinions. Alumni are welcome to take part, either by coming to the next debate watch event or by chiming in through social media.
There’s a Maryville University-organized trip to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands this January. Alumni are invited to join faculty and students on this visit from Jan. 3-11, 2013.
Maryville University’s Alumni Weekend 2012 attracted nearly 1,500 people to campus, an exceptionally strong turnout that resulted in a wonderful weekend from Sept. 27-30. Please click through for a new photo slideshow featuring some of the weekend’s highlights.
The Maryville Symphony and the Music at Maryville program are hosting two upcoming events on campus, which provide access to wonderful music and talented performers. The Maryville Symphony performs Oct. 28 and pianist Peter Henderson, DM, will give a Music at Maryville performance on Nov. 4.
The University’s signature author series Maryville Talks Books continues at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 17, with writer William H. Chafe discussing his new book Bill and Hillary: The Politics of the Personal. Please note this event is at the Schlafly Branch Library, 225 North Euclid Ave. in the Central West End. At Maryville Talks… Continue Reading
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