Students at Missouri State come from a variety of backgrounds, whether they’re accustomed to the sprawling city life or a humble hometown. MSU student Abigail Clark comes from the Chi — Chillicothe, Missouri.
Danielle Thompson’s bright, energetic personality began to shine through as soon as she took a seat, excited to share her future plans after graduating as a Missouri State Bear.
Today, when a degree is often considered essential when contemplating a future career, it can be easy to forget about a time where it was not unusual to achieve success without one.
Graduation is upon us and Ashley Foley, a senior political science major, will be completing her undergraduate degree program one year early with honors.
College graduation; a phrase that means an end to the years of studying and attending classes, and the beginning of a career in the wider world. But what should college seniors be doing leading up to this date?
As this semester’s new graduates move on from Missouri State University to join the workforce, some might find it challenging, if they haven’t already, to actually get into that workforce.