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Recent Grad Gets ‘Royals’ Treatment

Just three days after graduation, Maryville University alumnus Cameron Fagundes, ’15, began working with the Kansas City Royals, 2015 World Series Champs.

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Tapping the Mind’s Eye

Opening Minds Through Art Program helps clients with Alzheimer’s Disease celebrate ability.

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Corliss De La Garza, ’05: Creating Second Chances for Veterans

Corliss De La Garza, ’05, finds purpose in empowering Veterans and assisting them in achieving their goals of re-entering the workforce.

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Student Volunteers Take to the Rink with I-Skate

On many Saturday mornings, Maryville University students can be found volunteering with I-Skate at Creve Coeur Ice Arena.

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Creating a Charitable Buzz

A beehive-inspired playhouse created by Maryville University Art & Design students will benefit children served by the future BJC Hospice House.

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Global Scholars on Fast Track to World View

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.

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Kavadlo to Read from Latest Book

Jesse Kavadlo, PhD, professor of English, will read from his new book at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 17, in Buder Commons.

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Cloud Source

Because an iPad is so much more than Netflix, Maryville’s Apple Corps was created to provide student-to-student training on apps that support learning projects and collaborations, and improve study habits.

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Women’s Basketball Recruits Youngest Player

The Maryville University women’s basketball team has announced that 8-year-old Kyra Kidder is now an official member of the team. She joins the Saints through Team IMPACT, a non-profit organization that improves the quality of life for children facing life-threatening and chronic illnesses through the power of team.

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Maryville Reaches Out: 1,000 Volunteers Strong

Students, faculty and staff fanned out across the greater St. Louis area on Tuesday, Sept. 22, in support of the eighth annual Maryville Reaches Out (MRO) day of service. Volunteers enjoyed the opportunity to give back, and local agency staff members appreciated the assistance.

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