Maryville Symphony Orchestra to perform classical music of the season during their “Gift of Music” concert.
Opening Minds Through Art Program helps clients with Alzheimer’s Disease celebrate ability.
Maryville University’s international education week provides for students and community to discover different cultures and ethnicities from around the world.
Corliss De La Garza, ’05, finds purpose in empowering Veterans and assisting them in achieving their goals of re-entering the workforce.
On many Saturday mornings, Maryville University students can be found volunteering with I-Skate at Creve Coeur Ice Arena.
A beehive-inspired playhouse created by Maryville University Art & Design students will benefit children served by the future BJC Hospice House.
Along with multiple travel experiences during the summer, the Global Scholars program is designed so students graduate in three and one half years—with a double major in international studies and a program of their choosing.
Jesse Kavadlo, PhD, professor of English, will read from his new book at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 17, in Buder Commons.
The “Tunnel of Consciousness” exhibit recently made its sixth annual appearance on campus, with a goal of promoting tolerance and raising awareness within the Maryville community.
What does curiosity mean to you? This question will be discussed by a faculty panel from 4:30-5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 5, in the Morton J. May Foundation Gallery, located in the University Library.