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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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Faculty Exhibit Opens in Gallery

An exhibit of faculty art works, with a special tribute to retiring professor Steven Teczar, is currently on display in the Morton J. May Gallery. The show runs through Oct. 2.

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Maryville Talks Movies

Maryville Talks Movies brings culturally significant films to our student body and the St. Louis public, and features faculty discussions prior to each film showing. This series is free and open to the public.

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Pick Your Volunteer Position Now!

Registration is now open for the 8th annual Maryville Reaches Out (MRO) campus-wide community service day, which takes place on Tuesday, Sept. 22.

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2015 Alumni Weekend

Have you registered? 2015 Alumni Weekend is Sept. 17-20!

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Mouton Hall Move-In

Move-In Day 2015 at Potter and Mouton

Move-In Day marks the beginning of a journey for many of our First-Year students. And our Saints Nation team has this down to a science, including all of the heavy lifting. Watch the video below for a quick look at the residence hall move-in festivities.

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MRO to Serve 90 St Louis Agencies

During Maryville Reaches Out (#MRO2015), more than 1,200 Maryville volunteers are expected to fan out across the greater St. Louis area to share time and talents with 90 local agencies and organizations.

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Maryville Talks Books – Sam Weller

Sam Weller is the authorized biographer of Ray Bradbury. His book The Bradbury Chronicles: The Life of Ray Bradbury (William Morrow) was a Los Angeles Times bestseller and winner of the 2005 Society of Midland Authors Award for Best Biography.

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Maryville University

Panel on Poverty: ‘The Opportunity Gap’

A panel of experts, including Maryville faculty and alumni, will discuss the impact of poverty in our own backyard and area schools, and the link between poverty and educational outcomes.

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Maryville Talks Books – Geraldine Brooks

In perhaps her most ambitious novel yet, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Novelist Geraldine Brooks takes on one of literature’s richest and most enigmatic figures: King David, a man who shimmers between history and legend.

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