The 2020-2021 season represented change and adjustments for the Missouri State volleyball team. On Jan. 30, 2020, it was announced that former Mississippi head coach Steven McRoberts would be the new leader of the squad. Two months later, McRoberts would add his assistant coach from Ole Miss…
It was not the ideal end to your season. The Missouri State track and field team was about to start the last day of the NCAA preliminary qualifiers in an attempt to get into the nationwide tournament when positive COVID-19 test results among the team’s Tier 1 personnel, which consists of ath…
Springfield is slowly returning to normal, and we may soon find ourselves on the other side of the pandemic. But if you’re still hesitant about indoor gatherings at crowded restaurants, the perfect compromise is patio seating.
During the 2020-2021 school year, masks were required on campus and through the city. However, looking into the fall 2021 semester, masks are not required on all of the Missouri State University campus.
Colleges can at times seem like their own independent entities with their own arts, businesses and culture. However, all colleges reside in very real communities with people whose lives, while sometimes not directly involved, will nonetheless be affected by their presence.
Following three semesters impacted in many ways by the COVID-19 pandemic, Missouri State University’s Bear CLAW tutoring center will continue to offer a plethora of resources to the student body for the 2021-2022 school year.
Welcome back, Bears! We are Michael Chapman and Abby Falgout, and we will be serving as your student body president and vice president for this school year. We are so excited to see you all on campus again and have a great school year.
Missouri State University is ever growing with renovations and new buildings dotting its campus. Ongoing projects include the erection of a ninth residence hall and renovations and additions to multiple buildings.
Glad to have you back, Bears! I can’t tell you how happy I am to welcome you to the 2021 issue of Back To Campus. Each year, the BTC tabloid is a celebration of this fine university, the stellar students and faculty who populate it and the outstanding city in which the college dwells.
On top of everything the pandemic has disrupted, it’s no surprise that it has wreaked havoc on an environment many find solace in: home. The spaces we live in — whether it’s a house, apartment, residence hall or anything in between — are central and influential parts of our lives.
Fearless” was originally released by Taylor Swift in 2008 before being re-released on April 9 of this year. The new rendition, “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” comes after Swift’s battle with her old record label.
For over a year it seems the world has sat with baited breath, all waiting for the answer to a solitary question: when will the COVID-19 pandemic end? While the true answer to that question remains hazy, the question of how the pandemic will end seems to have found its answer in the COVID-19…
Unlike other countries, the United States has had an especially strenuous time getting Americans to comply with masking requirements and social distancing recommendations, advised by both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local governments. For a long time, and even now, con…
Several universities across the nation are beginning to require students to provide proof of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. As of early April, Missouri State University does not intend to require students to provide proof of immunization of COVID-19 for the fall semester.
On April 8 and 9, Missouri State University partnered with several local and state organizations, including the Springfield-Greene County Health Department and National Guard, to administer COVID-19 vaccines to Missouri residents during a Mega Vaccination Site.
Just one ticket is on the ballot when polls opened for student body president and vice president on April 2. Michael Chapman and Abby Falgout with their campaign manager, Colin Weber, sat down with The Standard to answer the Bears’ most pressing questions.
After deciding to finally purchase the popular video game Stardew Valley and spending my entire spring break religiously playing it, the hype surrounding this farming simulation game began to make complete sense to me. Taking place in a rural area near a small town, players can explore the o…