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Senior Wills

Posted by on May 10, 2017 in Perspectives | 0 comments

I, Haley Saxon, will plenty of my sass to Kameron Graves, and if all possible, my Flex Dollars for endless coffee and Sour Patch Kids. I also will a little bit of my love for late night star gazing to Tabitha Edwards.   I, Alex Willard, would like to leave behind a challenge to constantly search for truth and to constantly grow your faith to all present and future MC students.   I, Emily Randles, would like to will my love and dedication to Concert Choir, Voices of Praise, InterVarsity, GCO, the Worship Night crew, and the faculty and staff in the music and education departments. I will numerous hours of practicing, working on thesis, attending various performances, and stressing out about juries to my fellow music majors.   I, Bethany Headrick, leave my formidable stress cleaning to Nicole...

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Alternative Spring Break: 180 mile bike trip

Posted by on Mar 29, 2017 in Feature Slider, Photos | 0 comments

All photos are courtesy of Caitlyn Hogg.

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Students react to faculty, staff cuts

Posted by on May 10, 2012 in Feature Slider, News | 1 comment

In the latest of a series of financially-based cuts made at Maryville College, six faculty and staff members were let go. According to MC president Dr. Tom Bogart, funds saved by making cuts will free up money for opportunities and assets to which the college would have otherwise not had access. “There are resources that are made available by cutting these positions,” Bogart said. “One of the uses for these resources might be to hire faculty or other positions. The largest impact is having dollars available to invest in people and programs.” According to Bogart, Dr. Phillip Sherman, assistant professor of religion; Dr. Beth Lanois, associate professor of French; Dr. Roger Miller, associate professor of physics; Dr. Yuanyuan Ding, assistant professor of computer science and statistics; and assistant professor, collection development librarian and archives liaison Dori May will each...

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