St. Pat’s 2018

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On March 29, 2018

Interim Chancellor Chris Maples helped officially dedicate the bronze statue of St. Pat, placed at the corner of Toomey Hall for the 100th St. Pat’s in 2008.

For a few days in March, the S&T campus and the Rolla community paint the town green. Here are a few scenes from the 110th Best Ever St. Pat’s.

For the first time in S&T history, St. Pat is a woman — Katelyn Jones. Here Jones crowns Jessica Caravello Queen of Love and Beauty.

Miner alumni, students and community members swapped stories and shared lunch at Hasselmann Alumni House after the parade.

Despite the chilly weather, the parade drew an impressive crowd all along Pine Street.

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On March 29, 2018. Posted in 2018, Around the Puck, Association News, News, Spring 2018

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