Student members of the MSU Holt V. Spicer Debate Team will explore the 2016-17 public affairs theme in debate format. Debaters will present researched arguments that address policy or issues regarding rights and responsibilities as citizens in a modern democracy.
The Missouri State University Alliance for Veterans will host a Veterans Day celebration, Tuesday, November 11. The theme this year is: Honor Sacrifice: The Purple Heart. The day will start at 8 am with the Veterans Recognition Breakfast in the Plaster
Due to the prediction of continued rain, the Stomp Out Hunger Shoe Drive collection trailer will not be open today. The trailer will resume its normal collection hours this Wednesday and Thursday, weather permitting. If you would like your office
Stacey Trewatha-Bach Special Projects Coordinator, Office of Public Affairs Support Stacey has a passion for all things public affairs. Whether locally or abroad, personally or professionally, she is happiest when giving of herself to serve others. She states, “As a
Warren St. John will present the fall public affairs convocation lecture at 7 p.m. Oct. 9 in the Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts. His latest book is Missouri State’s 2012-2013 common reader: Outcasts United: A Refugee Team, an American Town.
Outcasts United is the story of a refugee soccer team, a remarkable woman coach and a small southern town turned upside down by the process of refugee resettlement. It’s a tale about resilience, the power of one person to make
Many of us have seen Stephen Sharum delivering the mail around campus every day rain or shine. If you know Stephen at all, you know he is very dedicated to several causes. Stephen’s favorite charity to work for is Watoto
Thomas exemplifies the public affairs mission, particularly in cultural competence. He studies Spanish, Global Studies, Latin American Studies, and Asian Studies. He is planning on studying in Argentina during the next school year. He also is studying the Thai, Japanese,
Lora Hobbs began her community involvement by co-leading groups of people to Haiti in 1987. Since 1996, she has led groups to a school in northern Haiti to bring education to the children by teaching, helping to build schools, and
Marissa LeClaire Weaver has volunteered extensively for Big Brothers Big Sisters, which facilitates a one-on-one relationship with an adult role model for kids and provides for personal and scholastic needs of children. Marissa has been a mentor there for five