In Your Words

What was your most memorable all-nighter?

Posted by on July 29, 2015

At one time or another, nearly every Miner has pulled an all-nighter. Maybe you stayed up all night cramming for a calculus test. Maybe you road-tripped across the country with your fraternity or sorority pledge class. Maybe you just hung out with friends having a good time. We asked about your memorable all-nighter. Here is […]

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What is your favorite place in Rolla?

Posted by on April 1, 2015

For some alumni, a campus locale holds a special place in their heart. Others have fond memories of recreation spots or enjoying the great outdoors. We asked about your favorite place in Rolla. Here is what you told us.

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Letters – Fall/Winter 2014

Posted by on November 24, 2014

Dear Editor, I first read your article “Where’s Dave” in Missouri S&T Magazine during my freshman year in 2009. At that time I was looking for motivation and a direction for my future. Of all the material I had read while searching for my dream career, I found this article to be the most inspiring; […]

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What is your best spring break memory?

Posted by on November 24, 2014

Some college students spend spring break lounging on a beach. Others help rebuild a small town after a natural disaster or trek the Continental Divide. We asked about your favorite spring break experiences. Here is what you told us.

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Tweets

Posted by on July 28, 2014

Hey @MissouriSandT ! Way to rock the #AprilFoolsDay pranks! http://t.co/8p91oBDScS — WhatsTheBigIT (@WhatsTheBigIT) April 2, 2014 Think of a number. Double it. Add six. Halve it. Subtract the number you started with. Your answer is three! #gottalovealgebra — Cheryl B. Schrader (@SandTChancellor) April 21, 2014   I speak a lot about the value of #highered. […]

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What advice would you share with a new S&T student?

Posted by on July 28, 2014

 To welcome new students to campus during Opening Week at the start of the school year, we asked upperclassmen and alumni to share advice for new S&T students. Here is what they told us.

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A note from (Mehmet) Nihat Taner, MS CE’73

Posted by on April 3, 2014

It was a long journey from Istanbul. Our plane refueled somewhere near Ireland and then in a small airport in eastern Canada before landing at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. At JFK we learned that we must go to La Guardia Airport for the flight to St. Louis. There was another person, […]

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Q&A: What was your hardest class at S&T?

Posted by on April 1, 2014

Maybe it was beneficial and you use the knowledge you gained daily or maybe you’re just glad you survived. Either way, we asked about your hardest class or your toughest professor. Here’s what you told us:

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Letters to the editor

Posted by on April 1, 2014

The article on Ron Epps, Phys’67, was of high interest to me as there were four students from Mount Vernon High School in two consecutive years who were physics majors at (then) UMR – Epps, Nick Prater, Phys’67, Charles Steven Nichols, Phys’68, and myself. This would seem to be exceptional as our high school classes […]

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Tweets

Posted by on April 1, 2014

Dr. Cheryl B Shrader of @MissouriSandT– named @IEEEorg Fellow! http://t.co/rXTO5Ncc1a via @RollaDailyNews– Congrats, @SandTChancellor! — STEMconnector (@STEMconnector) January 22, 2014 A great #MLKDay2014! Got to see @MissouriSandT students working at @yourpartnership Resale Shop & Newburg Children's Museum today! #awesome — Martha Prine Edwards 🌞⚜️🚧 (@ozarkswriter) January 21, 2014 Last night a mom stopped me at […]

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