Posts Tagged ‘ Missouri State ’

My degree is worth 4,000 bottles of Pert shampoo

Mar 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Columns

Nathanael Edward Bassett Contributor Students are people in transition. Suddenly, newfound freedoms abound. You don’t have to shave if you don’t want to, your breath can stink if you choose and your dietary habits can resemble the grease trap behind a Korean restaurant. People are getting pledged, getting drunk, getting diseases and thinking it’s the […]

Opportunities abound for MSU students

Mar 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Editorials

You can learn a lot in a classroom. You can learn even more outside of it. The university is a wholly unique institution in our society. It provides a stage where young adults can work to find themselves, cultivate interests and explore the possibilities of life. And that exploration doesn’t end in the classroom. At […]

Sustainability fee explained

Mar 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Campus News

Abby Jo Moore Contributor As the Public Affairs theme for 2009 at Missouri State University, sustainability has caused a lot of talk on campus the past few months. But what does the term mean specifically in the university context, and what might the sustainability proposition bring about for students? The 2009 Referendum for a Sustainability […]

Missouri State meets Wheat State Pizza

Feb 27th, 2009 | By | Category: Features, Springfield News

A former Missouri State student brings a pizza franchise to Springfield.