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Maryville University Connie Dorsey, '36

Remembering Constance Murray Dorsey, ’36 — 1914‒2017

The Maryville University community mourns the passing of its oldest alumna, Connie Dorsey, ’36. Dorsey, who was two months shy of 103, taught for 40 years.

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Hamsa Hand and Geometric design by Maryville alumnus Abdul Kenani

Graphic Design Graduate Wins International Awards

Kenani’s logo was one of two selected for LogoLounge10, a publication that showcases expert identity work by notable designers and up-and-coming talents from around the world.

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Thomas Wolff, '14, works as a veteran service coordinator for MERS/Goodwill in St. Louis

Putting Veterans First

Supporting those in need has always been a priority for Thomas Wolff, ’14, so when he learned that Maryville’s graduate program in rehabilitation counseling focuses… Read More

Maryville University Saints Club Website logo

Support Saints Club Teams Online

Maryville University has launched SupportMaryvilleSaints.com, a website designed to offer alumni and others a way to support Saints Club programs.

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Maryville University receives a steamer trunk, circa 1910, belonging to Sister Elizabeth Nagel.

1900s Steamer Trunk Returns to Maryville

During Alumni Weekend, Sept. 22-24, Maryville University Archives will display a steamer trunk and its contents, which once belonged to a novice at Maryville in the early 1900s.

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St. Philippine Duchesne

2018 Marks Bicentennial of Society of Sacred Heart in America

In 2018, St. Philippine Duchesne arrived in America. Maryville University celebrates the Society of the Sacred Heart’s ongoing legacy and dedicated alumnae.

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Photograph from a Maryville Academy scrapbook donated to the Maryville University Archives.

Scrapbook Depicts Early Life at Maryville Academy

The photo scrapbook of Mary Kennedy, ’05, was recently donated to Maryville University Archives. It depicts life at the old campus of Maryville Academy.

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frescoes duchesne hall

Frescoes in Duchesne Hall Depict Life of Rose Philippine Duchesne

In October of 1950, the last building to be completed on Maryville’s South St. Louis City campus was Duchesne Hall, a structure dedicated by Archbishop… Read More

trotier recognized missouri's 2017 high school principal year

Trotier, ’15, Recognized as High School Principal of the Year

When Rockwood Superintendent Eric Knost, EdD, walks into a district school building, he can assess quickly if education is happening the way it should. “You… Read More

Tyler Mathews Owner of Venture Cafe

At Venture Café, Mathews Cultivates Success for Entrepreneurs

When Tyler Mathews, ’09, ’12, was developing his startup business, he spent a lot of time in coffee shops to take advantage of the free… Read More