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Freestyle sprinter Ellen Gale won virtually every race she entered in Amateur Athletic Union competition around the Midwest.
The 2010 issue of the University’s annual literary review features work by alumni.
Leo Journagan and his family are behind the second-largest single gift in Missouri State’s history: A working cattle ranch with more than 3,300 acres. The gift will transform the Darr School of Agriculture at Missouri State and create a legacy for the Journagans.
Around the QuadCampus news
Muhammad Yunuse is the managing director of Grameen Bank, the first bank to offer microloans.
Gordon McCann and Calvin Allen honored for accomplishments.
New facility will be more than a fitness center to campus.
Passion for preserving the environment shared with University and Springfield community.
President Nietzel reminisces of contribution to the University’s overall history and achievements.
Highlighting the personal and professional accomplishments of Missouri State University alumni.
Fred Adams’ fulfilling 38-year career with the U.S. Department of the Treasury included serving seven presidents, from Richard Nixon to George W. Bush.
Historic season lands team in Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2010
Alumna’s design expertise is highlighted within alma mater’s interior spaces.
Swimming pool high-dive on Payton’s list of don’ts.
MarooNation is Missouri State Alumni Association’s version of the ultimate roadtrip.
Maroon and WhiteAthletics news
Watch video highlights from the 2009-10 Lady Bears season.
Affiliation to help Bears find new revenue streams and gain more exposure.
Christina Shorter, Amber Green, Adam Leonard and Jodiann Walker
The Bear’s impressive 24-12 campaign matched the fifth-best improvement in the nation this season.
Harbor is the 16th Bear drafted into the NFL.
CornerstoneFrom the Foundation
The challenge will help bring state-of-the-art science technology to the school.
More than 820 Missouri State students benefit from donor-funded scholarships.
In Every Issue
Dr. Lynn Robbins, a professor of biology, doesn’t mind bats in his belfry — in fact, he would be delighted to find and tag them. His studies on bats have furthered knowledge of Missouri fauna and helped endangered species.
Our second public affairs essay, by Dr. Mahua Barari Mitra, is a summary of the 2010 Public Affairs Conference. The conference theme was "The New Economy: Peril and Promise."