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Political Paws

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Are today’s college kids taught to think for themselves? Or are today’s college kids taught to follow the leader when it comes to politics? There appears to be a lack of desire to discuss politics on the college campus of Maryville. No one wants to talk. Why i... More »

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Candles, Singing Bowls, & Dalgona Coffee Oh My….

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By : Popoai Tanuvasa-Lole Since the COVID -19 quarantine hit the U.S. thousands of people have been forced to self-isolate and stay at home. Many of our routines and daily lives are anything but normal now. Coping mechanisms seem to be very limited when you ar... More »

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How far can the Cardinals go in the 2020 Postseason?

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The St. Louis Cardinals are back in the postseason. They finished just a few games behind the first-place Cubs, securing the No. 5 seed and a trip to San Diego for the inaugural Wild Card Series, where yesterday, they took Game one over the Padres by a final o... More »

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Supporting Black Businesses

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…For Dummies By : Popoai Tanuvasa-Lole Background The segregation of African Americans from higher paying jobs and home ownership opportunities is a huge reason for today’s racial wealth gap. Jim Crow-era practices like this, in addition to redlining and job d... More »

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GYST: Time Management and Productivity

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College is stressful. We all know this. We constantly have new assignments and tasks, tests to study for, practices to go to. Getting in control of our habits and our daily routines can have a huge impact on our quality of life. Welcome to GYST. It’s time to G... More »

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A Look Into Colorism

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Be on the lookout next school year for the Multicultural Senior Cohort Peer Educator’s presentations. This infographic gives a sneak peek into the topics that will be presented next year. Tiana BowmanMore Posts More »

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Getting (and Staying) Organized During Quarantine

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At this point, you’ve probably been home for about a week. You might be the kind of person who has managed to stay organized through the insanity of the past two weeks, through moving, quarantine, campus closures, and life changes, but for the majority of us, ... More »