It’s hard not to notice the rows of recycling bins lining the corners. Many students encounter laminated signs with statements about saving the environment as they drop their plates onto Blair-Shannon or Garst Dining Center’s conveyor belts.
Missouri State University Office of Multicultural Programs hosted a student panel on the reality of being an LGBTQ+ political activist.
A visit to the bookstore during what one student thought was going to be a relaxing Friday morning left him “speechless.”
Missouri State University’s 2021 Public Affairs Conference opened on Sept. 27 with a panel emphasizing partnerships that create diversity throughout the Springfield community.
Missouri State University hosts its 18th annual Public Affairs Conference from Sept. 27-30 this year. The theme is “Bridging the Divide,” with the event including both in-person and virtual events.
Two Missouri State students, both of different years and majors, have never met but have something in common: They didn’t imagine joining Greek life in college.
After a year of demolition and renovation, Plaster Student Union has opened a new space dedicated to competitive video games. The area is primarily intended to be the central home on campus for Missouri State University’s growing esports activity.
Sept. 16 marks the grand opening of Carrie’s Café, a student run restaurant, for the fall semester 2021 semester. The restaurant is located on the fourth floor of Pummill Hall, which lies between Carrington and Karls Hall.
Bear-ear headbands, games of cornhole and selfies with Boomer the Bear are returning after over a year.