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Disability, the Workplace and Maryville

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Over the past few decades, American society has begun to try to include multiple types of people in daily life who, prior to then, had been ignored. One such group is people with disabilities. Since 1988, according to the Office of Disability Employment Policy... More »

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Why Saints Bleed Red

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Donating blood on campus has become a tradition that started under the supervision of Nurse Pam. She retired last school year after many years of dedication to Maryville’s students. The drive is now supervised under Nurse Lisa. Annually, HEROs (Health Educator... More »

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Where’s the Parking?

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Parking on campus is often a complaint among students. When Maryville hosts events, empty parking spots can be harder to find due to the increase of people on campus. However, parking on campus is free for Maryville students while other universities may charge... More »

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Humans of Maryville: Seidy Molina-Ramos

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Humans of Maryville: Seidy Molina-Ramos Every two years, Seidy Molina-Ramos has to reapply for DACA to be protected from deportation from the United States. DACA stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).  With it, Molina-Ramos is allowed to con... More »

Quidditch, The Game You Thought You Knew

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In 2005, a freshman at Middlebury College in Vermont created a version of the fictional sport of Quidditch from J. K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter”. In the full-contact game, points are rewarded for throwing the quaffle through a hoop and grabbing the snitch, all w... More »

HAPA Luau 2018

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        This video contains a recap of the 2018 HAPA LAUA event. It was a great time for the saints nation community to come together and be apart of a great organization. hmiller4@live.maryville.eduMore Posts More »

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Maryville Saints Serve the Community

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Maryville Reaches Out (MRO) is an annual event where students and faculty volunteer in a variety of services throughout the St. Louis area. This is the eleventh year of the program running. Since then, it has grown exponentially. With a large variety of servic... More »

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Saints Hall Residents Get a Surprise Splash

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It is no secret Maryville has had a rather wet start to the school year, with two water main breaks back to back causing the dorms and apartments to be without water for a short period of time, students had to use other resources around campus for water. Lucki... More »

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Cooking Up Something New in Gander

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Inside a typical cafeteria, there are the usual areas in which cafeterias like to divide themselves into- Asian food, pizza, the grill, what with its burgers, fries and other sandwiches, and of course, a salad bar. This is what Maryville’s dining hall, Gander,... More »

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Maryville Students Immersed in a World of Poverty

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The  Missouri Community Action Network recently hosted a simulation in the Donius University Center Atrium, Sept. 11, to give an interactive experience for students on how people in poverty live in the United States of America. The simulation lasted for a four... More »