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Maryville University Moves to Virtual Course Platform for Two Weeks

Maryville University is transitioning to a virtual learning format for two weeks beginning March 16 amid the national coronavirus epidemic. The university is using this… Read More

Drum Majors for Justice

Maryville University recently hosted its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration featuring a panel of professionals working toward social justice in the St. Louis area.

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Maryville Alumnus Building BattleHawks Brand

Andrew Myer, ’16, ’18, is spreading the word about the region’s new XLF professional football team by engaging the St. Louis community.

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Student Filmmaker Showcases Film at Maryville

Jake Billingsley, who is studying English, shared his horror film “The Other Side of the Room” as part of the Maryville Talks Movies series.

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Maryville Receives Award From Emerson to Expand K-12 STEM Education

Award will support Maryville’s Center for Access and Achievement which provides access to high-quality STEM education for students and their teachers.

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Maryville University Salutes the St. Louis Blues

Congratulations to the Blues on winning the Stanley Cup! We talked with Maryville alumni and students who work for the Blues about how #WeAllBleedBlue.

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Maryville University's esports team won its third national championship in four years

Maryville University League of Legends Team Wins Third National Championship in Four Years

Maryville University’s League of Legends Esports Team won the League of Legends Collegiate Championships with a 3-0 sweep over Western University. This is the third… Read More

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Maryville University’s Esports Team Earns No. 2 Spot on New ESPN Rankings

ESPN released its first-ever Top 25 College League of Legends Rankings this week, with Maryville University’s League of Legends Esports team earning the No. 2 spot.

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Diverse group of students part of inclusive Maryville University group

L.E.A.D. by Example

L.E.A.D. Council members run social and cultural awareness student groups and work closely with campus administrators to ensure inclusivity.

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Interdisciplinary Collaboration Examines Flu Pandemic

Faculty and students from the sciences and humanities collaborated to produce an exhibit on the 1918 influenza pandemic on display in the Morton J. May Foundation Gallery, Nov. 1–30.

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