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Saints Talks Week 11- Tom from Club Soccer, Saints Athletics, Pro Sports


The boys are back! Welcome back to Saints Talk. We are here with Tom from Maryville Club Soccer. Maryville Softball ties school record for wins and goes to break the record today at 4. Baseball looks to get back on their winning ways. Mens golf looks to perform well at the GLVC tournament. Opening Day for the Cardinals was a success and the Blues look face off with the Blackhawks in the opening round of the playoffs.



Prior Prior Year: How Financial Aid Change Impacts You

President Obama signed a presidential order in September 2015 which allowed for additional time to file for financial aid, going into effect Oct. 1, 2016. For the first time in history, students will use the same tax information for two years of financial aid. This means the 2015 tax information will be used for fall 2016… Keep Reading

Features/Humans of Maryville

Humans of Maryville: Josh Selzer

Why did you choose to major in physical therapy? I wanted to major in the health professions field, because I like working with and helping people. It’s a job [where] I will have a stable job in the United States and a field that is going to keep on growing. My parents are both in the… Keep Reading


Racks on Racks on Racks: Holidays Working Retail

As the Holiday season is coming around the corner, customers want to get the best deals and the best presents for loved ones. Customers yell at retail employees about long lines and low inventory, making working this season every retail workers’ nightmare. Black Friday: you either love it or hate it. Some people look forward… Keep Reading


Making History: Men’s Soccer Makes Playoffs

The men’s soccer team at Maryville pushed through to make it to the playoffs on Tuesday, October 26 after defeating University of Missouri St. Louis, UMSL, 2-1 in double overtime. After a few minutes of warm-up, the game against UMSL started. With a tough first half and many shots on goal, UMSL scored 42 minutes in… Keep Reading


Maryville Inked

Students with Tattoos Tattoos are a way for people to express themselves through art. Some get tattoos to represent a hard time in life, as a memorial for someone important or as a message they never want to forget. Whatever the reason, every tattoo is important, because they represent part of who the person is.… Keep Reading


Horsing Around; Picnic and Ponies 2016

Maryville’s Campus Activities Board held its first Picnic and Ponies event on Nov. 6. The sunny 60-degree weather was perfect. Seventeen students and advisors came out to ride horses and enjoy a picnic lunch. “We had a great turn out, the event was definitely well-received,” stated Nelson. CAB off-campus chair Shelby Nelson stated that “at… Keep Reading

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