Missouri State University students, faculty and staff who wish to be identified by a chosen name, different from their legal name, are able to through the university’s Chosen Name Policy.
A new petition calling for sexual assault accountability at Missouri State University has garnered nearly 800 signatures as of Dec. 21.
Award-winning screenwriter Wenonah Wilms visited Missouri State University from Minnesota to participate in MSU’s film series hosted by the Department of Media, Journalism and Film. She presented her 2016 short film “Waabooz” on Tuesday, Nov. 30 in the Robert W. Plaster Student Union theater…
Some students might remember the clatter of bowling pins and swish of pool balls filling the first floor of the Plaster Student Union. Replacing these sounds are the Office of Student Engagement’s recently renovated spaces, which are perfect for a late-night study session or working on a fin…
Missouri State University’s archery club sport is preparing one freshman for national competitions, as well as the world’s largest archery tournament.
Campus Link is an online service and community that offers students access to over 300 different campus organizations as well as updates on weekly events happening around Missouri State University. However, on Jan. 1, MSU’s contract with CampusLink’s parent company, Engage, will expire.
While sprints and effective wrist flicks are important to one Missouri State University club sport, the comradery it creates is priceless. The Missouri State’s men’s and women’s ultimate frisbee clubs include tight-knit communities of students eager to keep active while having fun.
The Duane G. Meyer Library has received upwards of 3,600 cookbooks donated by Bob and Carol Noble on Oct. 28, 2021. The donation of books is intended to help the humanities department by providing students with culinary materials to improve the overall productivity of the program.
MSU’s Public Affairs department hosted a panel about mental health issues on Thursday Nov. 11th in the library.
To honor Springfield veterans’ service, the Missouri State University Foundation partnered with Central Bank of the Ozarks to host their annual Veteran’s Day breakfast on Thursday, Nov. 11.