Would you allow your child to play football? If you said yes, Dr. Pam Sailors encourages you to reconsider. “Kids start playing football as soon as their little necks can support the helmets on top of their heads,” Sailors said. “By the time they are old enough to make the choice to play, a lot of the damage has already been done.” Professional and college football is … [Read more...] about Risky business: The future of football in the United States
Dr. Pam Sailors, Associate Dean, recently had a chapter published in Defining Sport (The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group). The “Borderline Cases” looks at the popular “fitness” trends of CrossFit, Tough Mudder, and Spartan Race to determine whether these borderline cases should be classified as sports. … [Read more...] about Recent Publication
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=go5SBymDE6k&feature=youtu.be … [Read more...] about What can you do with a Philosophy degree?
Monday, October 10, the 13th Annual College of Humanities and Public Affairs banquet was held in the Crystal Room at Kentwood Hall. This event gives the scholarship recipients to the opportunity to meet and personally thank their donors for their gracious gift. Thank you to all of our donors for their generosity. … [Read more...] about Scholarship Banquet Held
Thomas Limbrick ’13 is serving a two-year judicial clerkship with the Honorable Mary Rhodes Russell of the Supreme Court of Missouri. But he said it was earning a philosophy degree at Missouri State that helped prepare him for the rigors of law school and his burgeoning career. He credits mentors like Andrew Johnson and Jack Knight, whom he calls, “two of the smartest people … [Read more...] about Alumnus begins clerkship with Missouri Supreme Court