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Humans of Maryville: Rebekah Anderson


Why did you decide to take your trip [across the states]? “One of the reasons I took the trip across the states was to really dive into the self, really discovering things that you wouldn’t necessarily notice when you’re with other people…or things that you do... More »

Presidential Candidates 2016: Going DownHILL or Hell Toupée?


As campaign season hits its peak, it’s impossible to go anywhere without seeing bumper stickers or yard signs reading that “there will be hell toupee” or “Hillary for prison.” While such a touchy topic hits close to home for many, Pawprint knows it’s something... More »

Humans of Maryville: Caitlynd Winstead


What made you want to join MU Buddies? “Two summers ago (and I’m probably going to do it against next summer) I was a camp counselor at [Wonderland Camp] for twelve weeks. It’s in the Lake of the Ozarks. It’s a camp for anyone with cognitive or physical disabi... More »

Humans of Maryville: Dillon Bowers


When did you graduate from Maryville and what was your major? “May 2015 and criminal justice/sociology.”   How did Maryville prepare you for the workforce as a police officer? “I owe a lot of my success to Maryville. I had so many opportunities presented ... More »

Closer by The Chainsmokers Feat. Maryville Parking


A number of perks appeal to having class later in the day, sleeping in being a driving factor. However, there is one major drawback, especially for commuters: Parking. Spots fill up fast at Maryville and if people don’t plan for it, it’s a race with the clock ... More »

Humans of Maryville: Cade Rich


What influenced you to change your name from Alex to Cade? “In life as we face many challenges, my biggest challenge in life occurred this summer. I spent 31 days in Fort Knox, KY in basic camp for the U.S. Army. During my time there I grew as a person, and fe... More »

Somebody Catch That Snitch; Maryville’s Quidditch team


 For those who don’t know, Quidditch is a sport featured in the author J.K. Rowling’s best-selling Harry Potter series. Since 1997, When Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone was first published, many people dreamed of playing Quidditch. In 2005, this dream be... More »

Did You Miss the Madness?


Whether it be the smiling faces of students and faculty on TV screens in the hallways, to the motivational signs on campus, school spirit is easy to come by as a Saint. One of the staples for Maryville athletics is Moonlight Madness, an event similar to a pep ... More »

Don't do Curls on the Squat Rack


In the past few years, Maryville University has seen significant growth on campus. This growth includes two additional workout areas, the new fitness addition to Simon and in Saints Hall. Both of these centers feature cardio and exercise machines, pull-up bars... More »

Humans Of Maryville: Erik Shaefer


Why are you majoring in mathematics? “I chose mathematics, because I’m kind of a nerd and because math has job security. Financial math, actuarial science, isn’t that big, so the pay could be great as well,  depending where I want to end up.” Why did you choos... More »

Humans Of Maryville: Brett Harris


Why are you majoring in business administration? “I’m majoring in business administration, because I think it will be very helpful, and it’s a well-rounded degree. Being in business, I felt like it’s a broad degree, and you can do just about anything you want ... More »