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Ivanov To Compete in Wrestling World Championships

Young athletes often fantasize about competing in the Olympics, but very few have the opportunity. That dream could become reality, however, for Georgi Ivanov, assistant coach for Maryville’s NCAA Division II wrestling team and an assistant in the University’s admissions office.

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Chalupny Helps U.S. Win Soccer World Cup

Lori Chalupny helped the United States Women’s National Team win the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup title as one of 23 players for the USA. Sunday night at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, Canada, the St. Louis native was part of a USA team that won its record third World Cup title with a 5-2 victory over Japan in the finals.

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For Graphic Design Grad, ‘Dreams Really Do Come True’

Princess tiaras, mouse ears, t-shirts, hats, pins and mermaid tails are just a small sampling of Disney World theme park souvenirs purchased by tourists as a tangible reminder of their vacation. Few buyers, however, give any thought to the process behind that special creation.

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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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Loeffler Named Apple Distinguished Educator

Dustin Loeffler, JD, assistant professor of cybersecurity and information systems at Maryville University, has been named an Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE). 

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Young Alumni Night at the Ballpark 2015

Young Alumni Night at the Ballpark is fast becoming one of Maryville's most popular traditions for recent graduates. Nearly 200 people attended the 7th annual… Read More

The Nature of Adam Long’s Art

Adam Long, ’93, adjunct instructor of foundational drawing in the Art & Design program, creates award-winning art that continues a series he began as an undergraduate student at Maryville.

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Women’s Track and Field Tops Nation in GPA to Earn Coaches Award

The Maryville University women’s track and field team was honored by the US Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association with the 2015 Division II All-Academic Track and Field Team Honor.

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Maryville University Hillel Opens on Campus

The creation of a Maryville University Hillel marks the first time more than one Hillel will be serving students in the St. Louis community.

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The Art of Philanthropy

Sarah Loynd, a junior in the Art & Design program, is a firm believer that art can be a catalyst for social change.

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