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Maryville Reaches Out 2017 volunteers

‘Maryville Reaches Out’ Observes 10 Years of Service

On the tenth anniversary of Maryville Reaches Out, more than 1,500 student, staff and faculty volunteers served 108 agencies in the St. Louis community.

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Maryville University welcomes new students to campus

Move-In Day 2017 at Maryville University

Move-In Day is the best day of the year! And our Saints Nation team once again did the heavy lifting. Here are some video and photo highlights – enjoy!

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Maryville University Summer Camps and Programs

Maryville offers a wide range of fun summer camps and programs

Maryville University offers a variety of fun and interesting summer camps for children and pre-college programs for teens. Our programs allow students to improve their… Read More

Greenblatt to Receive 2017 Byles Peace and Justice Prize

The Prize presentation and lecture will take place at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 3, in the Auditorium on the campus of Maryville University.

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Interviewing a Hero

Jordan Coker, senior communications major, meets one-on-one with Bernice King, daughter of Martin Luther King Jr.

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Exhibit Raises Social Justice Awareness

“The Tunnel of Consciousness: A Call to Action,” an exhibit focused on contemporary social justice issues, was held on the Maryville University campus during the week of Oct. 17.

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Piccione Women and Leadership Seminar

Maryville’s Piccione Women and Leadership Seminar will feature a conversation with Blanche M. Touhill, PhD, chancellor emeritus of UMSL, on Monday, Nov. 14.

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Holocaust Survivor to Speak on Campus

Holocaust survivor Rachel Miller will speak on campus at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 1, in the Auditorium.

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Musial Awards

Musial Awards Honor Cal Ripken Jr.

Cal Ripken Jr. will accept the honor at this year’s Musial Awards in St. Louis on Saturday, Nov. 19. The Musial Awards are presented by Maryville University.

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‘Freedom Summer’ Author Plans Campus Visit

Bruce Watson, author of Freedom Summer: The Savage Season of 1964 That Made Mississippi Burn and Made America a Democracy, will discuss his book on campus at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 16, in the Auditorium.

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