Earlier this year the Mary Jean Price Multicultural Resource Center was closed for expansion; however, now the center finds its doors open once again.
Each year during Homecoming, Missouri State hosts a canned food drive for Ozarks Food Harvest, a local charity in Springfield.
Missouri State’s Black Alumni Council, affiliated with the Alumni Association, became a formal organization around 2016, but its members have been serving Black students for decades.
Approaching homecoming, Missouri State University sits at a vaccination rate of 38.89% according to the MSU COVID-19 Dashboard on Oct. 1. While homecoming events will be closer to normal than last year, there is still a concern for COVID-19 as cases have not dropped to pre-delta variant levels.
With the fall season underway, Missouri State students are gearing up for yet another Homecoming at MSU. Each year, five king candidates and five queen candidates are chosen to be on the homecoming court, in hopes to be crowned king or queen.
It’s that time of year again, where you can show your Bear Pride and participate in the MarooNation virtual scavenger hunt! The Bear Games is an online contest between current students and alumni. You can compete by participating in scavenger hunt missions through texts, photos or videos. Fo…
Josephine Dowell says she’s enjoyed all the education she’s gained in her 92 years of life.