Father and Son — Fellow Students at Maryville

Sam Slaughter is a nursing student on campus, while his dad, Kelly Slaughter, studies for his MBA online

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Honoring an Extraordinary Volunteer

Lucille Kramer, age 91, has volunteered for the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic for nearly 20 years, helping two-through six-year-old children with speech and language disorders succeed in school and throughout their lives.

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Bringing Smiles Through Cookies

After having her work hours reduced, Michelle Stading, ’19, started her own business. Now her handmade cookies are putting smiles on faces around the U.S.

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Magnolia Debuts First Digital-Only Edition

Maryville’s annual literary and art publication, edited and designed by students, published its first digital-only edition amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

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‘Mocha Tea’ Recognized for Supporting Diversity

The organization received INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine’s 2020 Inspiring Affinity Group Award for its commitment to diversity and inclusion.

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Keeping His Family Safe

Jacob Crust, ’09, ’16, a triage nurse in the emergency department at St. Luke’s Hospital, quarantines himself in the basement to protect his wife, Ally Crust, ’09, and their two sons during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Making a Difference, One Face Covering at a Time 

After learning about the shortage of personal protective equipment, Sang Tran, DBA, assistant professor of accounting, and his wife began making hundreds of cloth masks and plastic face shields for the St. Louis community.

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Helping Brave Nurses Stand Out in their Scrubs

The need for highly skilled nurses has rarely been more obvious than now. With the global COVID-19 pandemic on people’s minds, Maryville’s nursing students are preparing to lead in times of crisis.

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‘Creative Music Making’ Documentary to Air on Nine Network

The collaborative project between Maryville, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and the St. Louis Arc empowers adults with disabilities to conceive, rehearse and perform their very own concert. 

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Show Us How You Celebrate #MaryvilleGrad20

Maryville launched the social media challenge to foster a sense of connection and community as our graduates shared how they celebrated this momentous occasion.

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Congratulations 2020 Graduates!

We may not be celebrating your accomplishments in person, but we have some special messages to share in honor of you.

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