My name is Rachel Reed, and I’m a junior studying wildlife biology. I’ve had three on-campus jobs like being a SOAR leader, I’ve served as a peer leader in GEP 101 and I am the former Student Activities Council live entertainment co-chair. Long story short, I love Missouri State, and I love being a part of it in any way. But during the fall of 2019, my mental health took a … [Read more...] about My journey with depression at Missouri State
1) Tell us about yourself. My name is Amanda Sullivan. I am a first semester senior majoring in journalism with a minor in Spanish. I'm from a small town north of Kansas City, Missouri, called Platte City. I grew up there for most of my life but did move around the state a lot early in my life. I have a little brother -- little is relative. He's almost 13 and almost as tall as … [Read more...] about Spotlight on Amanda Sullivan – Sports Reporter for the Standard
Carmelita Jeter was named the “Fastest Woman Alive” in 2009, plus she is a three-time Olympic medalist. After breaking world records and winning medals, Carmelita has become a role model, influencer, ambassador for the Susan G. Komen California Circle of Promise Initiative designed to promote breast cancer awareness among African American women, and so much more. Carmelita … [Read more...] about What is the Fastest Woman Alive Doing Here in MISSOURI? A Little Bit about Carmelita Jeter!
There are many reasons why students work during college. For some students, it's a necessity because they have to be able to pay for their education, while others choose to work to have some extra spending money. Regardless of someone’s reasoning to work, it is important to balance time spent working and the responsibilities of being a student. As a student, I personally … [Read more...] about Stephanie Says…Working during College
As I was finishing high school, I had no idea what I wanted to do going forward. Sure, college was the idea, but I could not tell you where on earth I wanted to attend, much less what I wanted to study while I was there. I had some ideas - maybe I could become an English teacher, or get a humanities degree of some kind. There were plenty of institutions within driving distance … [Read more...] about It’s okay not to know