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The honorees from this year have proven that life is the Ultimate Adventure — the theme of Homecoming 2009 activities.
Scott Waddle loves to lend a helping hand, whether it’s in Africa, Afghanistan or on the job.
Missouri State University is proud to be the state’s only public affairs university. This mission influences almost everything we do, from curriculum choices to extracurricular events.
Around the QuadCampus news
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon toured the Art and Design Gallery with exhibit artist and Missouri State alumnus Billyo O’Donnell, ’80.
T. Edward Pinegar Jr. and Carol Pinegar receive award during the Dec. 18 commencement ceremony.
“The New Economy: Peril and Promise” will address many of the questions surrounding new economic realities.
Six former employees were recognized for more than 170 years of combined service to Missouri State.
University's 9th president to step down by Dec. 31.
Michael T. Nietzel provides perspective on decision to step down as president.
Orvin Kimbrough named to the St. Louis Business Journal’s 40 Under 40.
Students take home first place in design and innovation at the Robotics Manipulator Competition.
Mascot inspired new frozen dessert full of fruit and nuts.
Students attempt to raise $50,000 in 50 hours to aid Springfield-based Convoy of Hope.
MarooNation is Missouri State Alumni Association’s version of the ultimate roadtrip.
James L. “Pete” Morgan vividly remembers the last final he took at then-Southwest Missouri State College.
Without a doubt, Professor James T. Shannon would have been a big fan of Boomer Bear, Missouri State’s lovable athletic mascot.
Highlighting the personal and professional accomplishments of Missouri State University alumni.
For Elaine Campbell, attending Missouri State University is a family tradition. Her family holds 18 degrees from the University.
Rachel and JoJo Pacubas, who both work at the Kansas City headquarters of DST Systems, met at Missouri State in 2000.
David Vinyard, originally from Stockton, Mo., is pursuing his Ph.D. in biophysical chemistry at Princeton University.
Kathleen Turner, a Golden Globe winner and Academy Award nominee, led a question-and-answer session with theatre and dance students.
Maroon and WhiteAthletics news
Baseball standout Ryan Howard led the Philadelphia Phillies to a second consecutive National League pennant.
Former Bears’ football star Jonah White returned to campus for Homecoming 2009.
Alex Riggs, Jay McBride, Cara Hackman and Antoine Wilkinson
CornerstoneFrom the Foundation
Three major gifts push campaign past $100 million milestone.
Third annual event held at Mountain Grove campus.