Flying High

Maryville University’s STUNT team placed fourth at the 2022 College STUNT Association National Championships for Division I and Division II varsity teams.

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Saints Wrestling Earns Honors

Maryville University ranked third in the National Wrestling Coaches Association Division II Scholar All-America team ranking.

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Celebrating an Inspiring Mentor and Friend

Professor Emerita of Music Katja Georgieff, PhD, was a dear friend and mentor to many in our community. In honor of her legacy, Artist-in-Residence Peter Henderson will perform a solo piano recital.

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Let’s Celebrate Saints Success

The new Saints Success Bell is a fun and exciting way for Maryville students to share their accomplishments and ring in their success.

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Inaugural Staenberg Lecture to Feature Jonathan Greenblatt

Maryville University and the St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Museum will present the inaugural lecture on April 19 at The Factory in Chesterfield.

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Overwatch Team Wins Second National Championship

Maryville’s Overwatch Esports Team won its second Overwatch Collegiate Championships, marking back-to-back national titles for the Saints.

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Florent “Flo” Groberg to Deliver Maryville’s Commencement Address

Florent “Flo” Groberg, celebrated military hero, former U.S. Army Captain and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, will deliver the 2022 Commencement address for Maryville University.

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Maryville University Announces Partnership to Redevelop Woods Mill Center

The vision for the project contemplates a dynamic mixed use development featuring a multipurpose education, athletics and esports venue seating up to 3,000 people.

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Stronger Together

Interactive Design graduate Phil Snowbarger, ’20, conceived and created a new video game that is being developed by St. Louis-based Graphite Lab, and published by Atari.

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Collins Smith Named President of Harris-Stowe

LaTonia Collins-Smith, who earned her doctorate in higher education leadership at Maryville, is the first Black woman to be named president of Harris-Stowe State University.

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