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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 »

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Humans of Maryville: Takeshi Osumi

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Where are you from? “I am a foreign exchange student from Tokyo, Japan.” Why did you come to the United States? “Good question, cause I could’ve gone to the UK or Iran. But I was really curious about diversity, different types of culture, different types of re... More »

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Humans of Maryville: Karlo Jingura

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Where are you from? Harare, Zimbabwe What was your daily routine in Zimbabwe? In high school? Wake up, go to class from 8 to 3, Soccer practice 3:00 to 5:30, go back home and do homework and try to be in bed by 11:00. What is your relationship with Soccer? Pla... More »

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Humans of Maryville: Luis Castro

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Where are you from? How long have you lived there? “I was born in Laguna Hills, California and graduated from El Toro High School in Lake Forest, California, where I grew up for most of my life. I still return back to California for winter and summer breaks to... More »

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Humans of Maryville: Emma Pinson

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By day, she attends class as a student at Maryville University. By night, she skates on the ice of the Scott Trade Center for thousands to see. Meet Emma Pinson: a first-year student and a member of the St. Louis Blue’s Blue Crew. administratorMore Posts More »

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Humans of Maryville: Lilli Kayes

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Lilli Kayes has been a teacher at Maryville for over a year. She is an adjunct faculty member of the design and visual arts department. In addition to teaching photography and Design I and II, Kayes also teaches abroad in Switzerland. While in Switzerland she ... More »

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Humans of Maryville: Amanda Michenfelder

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What got you started in taekwondo? “I just started off of a whim. I just wanted to get out my comfort zone, and this is something that was offered around where I lived, so I decided to give it a shot and I ended up loving it. I started in 2011, so it’s been se... More »

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Humans of Maryville: Bailey Watkins

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First-year student, Bailey Watkins, has dealt with congenital heart disease (CHD) since she was born. From near-death experiences to publishing a book when she was a first-grader, Watkins has a unique story to tell. What is CHD? “Congenital Heart Disease is a ... More »

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Draven Fuller – behind DBV

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DBV is a movement started by a Maryville University student, Draven Fuller. Draven is a student, artist, and an entrepreneur with big goals and aspirations. Madison TimmermannMore Posts More »

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Talk about it Tuesday: Erin Boswell

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Erin Boswell is the Director of Career Success and Professional Development. Her office is located in the division of student success in the library. WHAT ARE YOU REMINISCING ABOUT? Because I went to Maryville, I often reminisce about my time as an undergrad h... More »

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Humans of Maryville: Taylor Hensley

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What is ItWorks? “ItWorks is a health and wellness company with 40 plus all natural plant-based products.” How did you get started in this business? “I got started by watching another girl do it. I watched her on Facebook forever and rolled my eyes at all of h... More »