Opportunities like the Deaton Scholars Program foster public service leadership for Mizzou students. For senior Jeremiah Vick, connecting with other students who share his passion for service has become his favorite part of college. #MizzouMade
Our hearts go out to Washington State University. If you, or someone you know needs help please reach out. The national suicide hotline: 1-800-273-8255. You also can contact the MU Counseling Center at 573-882-6601 or MU Student Health Center Behavioral Health at 573-882-1483.
First day of the spring semester was a cold one (brrrrr), but we are so happy to have our Tigers back on campus! Today the Mizzou Involvement Ambassadors provided hot cocoa and information on campus involvement opportunities. All week Mizzou Life will be promoting student involvement. Stay tuned for more updates!
At this time, classes are set to begin tomorrow (Tuesday, January 16) and campus will be open. Given that very cold wind chill temperatures are expected overnight and in the morning, be sure to bundle up before heading outside.
In their last free week before spring semester begins, nearly 500 students are serving in 35 communities across the country. And people are noticing their impact! Check out the news coverage of the Mizzou Alternative Breaks trip working with Habitat for Humanity in Lafayette, La.
We can't wait for our students to return to campus next week, but it warms our hearts that many students are serving others in communities across the nation as part of Mizzou Alternative Breaks winter break program. One such student, Avina says that her involvement on campus and in groups like MAB has made her into the person she is today. #MizzouMade
Before Christmas Chancellor Cartwright had the opportunity to play an entirely new role--engagement photographer. While enjoying a nice day on the Quad (obviously before the bitter cold), our Chancellor witnessed two Mizzou alumni, Matt Reed and Rachel Fugate, get engaged. Of course he offered to take the special picture. Congrats Matt and Rachel and Happy New Year! 💛🖤
Fun facts about our Chancellor, Alexander Cartwright: 1. He was born in the Bahamas 2. He loves music. Current artists in his rotation include Kendrick Lamar and Chris Stapleton. 3. Currently watching Stranger Things 2 (edited by a Mizzou alumnus). 4. He hopes to retire at Mizzou.
While it wasn't the outcome we may have wanted, the Texas Bowl brought together Tiger fans from near and far. Thank you to Mizzou Football and Mizzou fans for the incredible season. We can't wait for next year! M-I-Z! Photos by Jeff Lautenberger Read more: https://news.missouri.edu/2017/two-stepping-in-houston/
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