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Twitter Campaign Turns Student’s ‘Maybe’ to ‘Yes’

What began as a joke for soon-to-be college freshman Taylor Baumstark turned into a Twitter campaign that persuaded her to enroll at Maryville University.

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Kids Rock Cancer to Receive FOCUS St. Louis Award

Maryville University’s Kids Rock Cancer program will be honored by FOCUS St. Louis during its 20th Annual What’s Right with the Region! awards.

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Maryville and Jefferson College Partner in Healthcare Program

A new partnership has been formed giving Jefferson College graduates of select health occupation programs the opportunity to transfer to Maryville University to complete their baccalaureate degree.

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All-Star: Michael Braunfeld

If an All-Star is a person who completes an extraordinary season, Michael Braunfeld is an All-Star four times over, one for every year of his Maryville experience.

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All-Star: Bryan Williams

Reading time: [est_time] Major: Rawlings Sports Business Management Graduation Year: May 2017 GPA: 3.5 Volunteering time as the president of the Rawlings Sport Business Management… Read More


Maryville’s All-Star Students

Maryville's All-Star Students At Maryville, all students are All-Stars. As part of our advertising campaigns, we’re featuring some of our All-Star students, each of whom… Read More

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Seizing a Rare Research Moment

Adam Rork, a quick-thinking Maryville University biochemistry student, earned a rare opportunity to expand his research.

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The Art of Doing ‘Soul Work’

Poet Dana Levin, Maryville University’s first Distinguished Writer-in-Residence, says contemporary poetry answers a civic call to discuss political and social issues.

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Musial Awards Honor Cal Ripken Jr.

Cal Ripken Jr. will accept the honor at this year’s Musial Awards in St. Louis on Saturday, Nov. 19. The Musial Awards are presented by Maryville University.

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‘Freedom Summer’ Author Plans Campus Visit

Bruce Watson, author of Freedom Summer: The Savage Season of 1964 That Made Mississippi Burn and Made America a Democracy, will discuss his book on campus at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 16, in the Auditorium.

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