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Upon returning from winter break, students may have noticed a few changes in the Blair-Shannon Dining Hall. The rainbow assortment of mugs and bowls, along with the classic clear drinkware, are no longer. In their place, chic white plateware and stout grey plastic cups are available. The bri… Read more

Ozark’s Public Television, produced out of Missouri State University’s Strong Hall, is back up and running with maximum coverage after the April 2018 deadly television tower collapse. Read more

Since 1964, the Child Development Center on Cherry Street has fulfilled the needs of countless children, according to its website. This private preschool offers enrollment to 88 children at a time and various services are brought into play, including a deaf and hard of hearing program.  Read more

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According to the Glass family, on Jan. 9 donor and Missouri State University alumnus David Glass passed away due to complications with pneumonia. Read more

On Oct. 15, Gov. Mike Parson signed Executive Order 19-18. The order plans to “educate, warn and deter the use of vaping devices among Missouri’s youth” using state-funded resources. The purpose of the bill is to cut down usage of vaping devices by educating citizens about the effects of dev… Read more

When Armani Eason began her journey at Missouri State University, a predominantly white institution, she struggled to feel included as a black student. The Multicultural Resource Center on campus helped her find the feeling of belonging she was searching for.  Read more

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