Magazine production suspended

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On August 4, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic’s significant impact on the university budget, we are suspending production of Missouri S&T Magazine. This will be the final issue of this magazine until we are able to again publish.

This was a difficult decision, and one we postponed for as long as we could. We know that for many of you, this magazine is your lifeline to the university, your source for the latest news about your alma mater and your fellow Miners. We hope you will continue to stay connected through our monthly e-newsletter and through our online community. If you aren’t yet signed up for the newsletter or are not yet part of the online community, please visit mineralumni.com to learn how to connect.

Thank you for reading Missouri S&T Magazine over the years. Whether you knew it first as the MSM Alumnus, MSM-UMR Alumnus, UMR Magazine or our current name, we hope you were well served by this publication and our efforts to keep you informed and connected.

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On August 4, 2020. Posted in 2020, Around the Puck, Association News, From the editor, News, Summer 2020

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  • Joel Mikelionis says:

    That is unfortunate of the suspension of publication. When publications are forced to go from monthly to quarterly to annually or some variation they often never return to original format. I do not foresee the Missouri S&T Magazine returning to print form again.
    The print form is one that I made sure to read through. With all of the emails and electronic publications out there, I sometimes never get around to all of them and the notices just get filed or deleted with the content never even viewed.
    Too bad, but thanks for a great printed publication which kept me connected to the university.
    Go Miners!
    Joel Mikelionis – UMR, B.S. ChE, May 1997

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