Give me an ‘M’

At the start of each school year, when Missouri S&T’s athletic teams gather for their annual NCAA compliance and informational meeting, director of athletics Mark Mullin opens the meeting by talking about his expectations for the student-athletes in the program.

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Get in the game

Step onto the court and, as teams hurl rubber projectiles at each other, it’s pretty clear that quick reflexes are essential for both watching and playing this playground sport. As teams like Buster McThunderstick or Hooligans try to channel moves from Vince Vaughn or Ben Stiller, players try their best to dodge the balls that eventually slam into nearby walls.

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One campus. One community. One world.

Lions, dragons and camels paraded through downtown Rolla last fall, illustrating that everyone loves a parade, regardless of their native country.

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The highs and lows of Adventure Clubs

From the depths of the Earth to the wild blue yonder, study-weary S&T students in need of a break find some pretty unusual places to burn off steam.

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Goldberg in The Atlantic

Friedman is 45 years old. A retired IBM programmer in Austin, Texas, he lives in an apartment playing the stock market and making collages from pictures cut out of magazines. He is also the main character in Matthew Goldberg’s latest novel. Goldberg teaches creative writing in S&T’s English and technical communication department.

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International honor for environmental engineering

A group of S&T students won first prize in a student poster presentation at the 7th International Phytotechnologies Conference, held in Parma, Italy, last fall.

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Chancellor announces retirement

Missouri S&T Chancellor John F. Carney III recently announced plans to step down from the position on Aug. 31 after six years as chancellor.

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A first FIRST for S&T

Thirty-three robots and the high school students who built them descended on the Missouri S&T campus Feb. 26 for the national FIRST Tech Challenge competition.

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S&T to go geothermal

The University of Missouri Board of Curators in November approved a plan to replace S&T’s 65-year-old power plant with a new geothermal energy system.

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Bookmark this

Visitors to mst.edu in late December were treated to an early viewing of S&T’s newly redesigned homepage. The new site, which more prominently displays stories about campus research, key achievements and experiences, is part of a plan to more effectively promote the university online.
Those stories are also told through S&T’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube sites, which have also been updated to reflect the new look.