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J-term: Winter Photography

Posted by on Jan 24, 2018 in Feature Slider, Photos | 0 comments

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MC Basketball Scoreboard

Posted by on Jan 24, 2018 in Sports | 0 comments

January Men’s Results Wed. Jan 3 against Covenant…. W 95-59 Sat. Jan 6 against NC Wesleyan ….W 69-61 Sun Jan 7 against Ferrum……W 90-58 Sat Jan 13 against Methodist…..W 87-75 Sun Jan 14 against Greensboro…. W 90-75 Thurs Jan 18 against Brevard…. L 79-78 Sat Jan 20 against Averett…. W 80-70 Sun Jan 21 against Pfeiffer…. W 84-59 January Women’s Results Tues Jan 2 against Covenant…. W 65-49 Sat Jan 6 against Wesleyan…. W 72-43 Sun Jan 7 against Piedmont…… W 57-54 Tue Jan 9 against Berea….. L 75-74 Fri Jan 12 against LaGrange…..W 74-60 Sat Jan 13 against Huntington ….. W 73-62 Thurs Jan 18 against Covenant….. W 79-61...

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Perspectives on Scholarship

Posted by on Dec 6, 2017 in Features, Perspectives | 0 comments

This article was written by The Keepers. What is the Maryville College Covenant? “As an academic mentor, the covenant is a part of my everyday life,” said Brinley Knowles Class of 2020. Whether I am leading a group study or working in Cooper Success Center, it has to do with the way I help the people that I help… It (the Maryville College Covenant) is one of the big reasons that I chose this school. I knew it would make the students here different, and I could tell that when I came on this campus.” The Keepers of the Covenant seek to promote awareness and conversation in regards to the covenant and its three tenants: Scholarship, Respect and Integrity. Through internal dialog (on a personal and community level), we hope to ensure that we are aware of and living...

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Fall 2017 Photo Series

Posted by on Nov 8, 2017 in News | 0 comments

 

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MC gamers host murder mystery dinners

Posted by on Nov 8, 2017 in Arts/Entertainment, Feature Slider | 0 comments

Murder. Mystery. Dinner. Combine the three and you have an ominously enjoyable festivity hosted by the Maryville College Gamers club. This past weekend, Oct. 28-29, MC Gamers hosted two murder mystery dinner party events – the Walgrave Astoria Costume Ball and the Ravenwood Masquerade. Both events came with separate mysteries, and attendance was limited to a small group of fifteen people in order to foster a more tightly-knit environment. Each participant was given a character role, as well as a few pre-game tasks to complete before the event. Highlighted in this article is the Ravenwood Masquerade event, a mystery centered around the locals of the fictional town of Bloodworth Falls. This event took place at the House in the Woods and required that all participants wear masks. The event began with an introductory period where attendees were given the...

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