Chad Shockley: wide receiver

Major: Senior in history with an emphasis on high school social studies education.

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Post-season honors for several

Several Missouri S&T student-athletes earned honors for their performances both on and off the field during the spring season.

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McCauley named women’s soccer coach

Missouri S&T selected Joe McCauley to lead the women’s soccer program. McCauley served as head women’s soccer coach for the past six seasons at Eckerd College in Florida. He brings 11 years of head coaching experience to the Lady Miner program, including a five-year stint within the Great Lakes Valley Conference at Bellarmine University.

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McCaskill is national runner-up

For the second straight year, Tamara McCaskill, ChE’10, saved her best performance for last as she finished as the national runner-up in the high jump at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Johnson C. Smith University.

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Full circle: Class ring comes home

In the fall of 1986, Joe Anselmo was performing a routine maintenance sweep of the sewers in the North St. Louis County city of Normandy, Mo., for the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District. Anselmo was inspecting and cleaning a sanitary manhole near Bermuda Road, removing debris from a basket that collects waste, when he found a ring.

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For David Deatherage, the past is always present

David Deatherage, EMgt’92, is a professional shopper. He goes to estate sales, auctions and antique shows, always on the lookout for vintage furniture. It was a passion that started back in Rolla after he rented an apartment in an old house that had been divided. The shag carpet and window shades were turquoise. He says the interior of the place looked like it was out of House and Garden in 1952.

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Strange things in the Archives

Established in 1978, the Missouri S&T Archives houses the historical, legal and cultural records of the university. In many cases these are documents and photographs, but the archives also preserves interesting campus artifacts. Here are a few of the more unusual finds.

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Winging it over Kitty Hawk

“We ran up and down the dunes like crazy people, trying to figure it out,” says John Harris, GeoE’70, of his first hang gliding attempts in 1973.

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Snakeasaurus: S&T grad makes a BIG discovery

As miners dig deeper and deeper into an open coal pit in Colombia, millions of years of history are displaced. On a fossil-hunting expedition to one of these pits in 2006, Carlos Jaramillo’s team found some big bones that belonged to a super-sized creature.

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Melanie Mormile: Mars. Salt. Biofuels.

Common juncture • Melanie Mormile, Missouri S&T microbiologist

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