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The Beautiful Soul: Jesse McCartney rocks the PSU theater

Originally posted on the-standard.org on Jan. 19, 2016. Photo by Miranda Roller.

As part of the Winter Week festivities hosted by the Student Activity Council, Jesse McCartney gave a live performance in the PSU theater on Jan. 378 more words

The Standard Newspaper

Little Bear Goes to College

UPDATE: I’m now getting ready to start my third day of classes, but I’m just now getting a chance to sit down and finish this post! 822 more words

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As you’ve probably heard, Laura V (W?) won the 63kg weight class at the USAPL Missouri State Powerlifting Meet on Saturday! Not only did she win, but she bested the next competitor by 80 lbs, broke two of her own state records, and qualified for Nationals! 69 more words

Daily WOD

What is Encompass?

I am currently a student at Missouri State University. My major happens to be Entertainment Management. I chose this major because I love all things entertainment. 101 more words


Bear Grads: Spring Class of 2016

By Khadijah Forrest, The Black Bear

DaLila Blaney

DaLila Blaney graduated Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design & Construction Management. Now that her college career is over, Blaney is living in Orlando, Fl to work for Hensel Phelps as a Field Engineer. 1,296 more words


Digital Media Kit for COM 309

Throughout the previous semester, I had the opportunity to be in Jerri Lynn Kyle’s principles of public relations course. During this time, my knowledge for the public relations field has grown exponentially, through various class assignments, field trips to actual companies to visit with their communications specialists, and three hour lectures on Monday nights. 275 more words

Public Relations

Fraternity Strives to Extend the College Experience for Students

Khadijah Forrest, The Black Bear – Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated is a black Greek-lettered organization that was nationally founded January 5, 1911 at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. 501 more words