Archive | August, 2014

Dalle Compiles Owl Anthology

August 25, 2014

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Dr. Eric Dalle ’93 likes tackling large projects. He finished his dissertation two years ago, and he was looking for something else. The project he found – creating The Owl Anthology of American Literature (University Readers, 2015) – will benefit waves of sophomores and their instructors for years to come. In consultation with fellow American […]

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Robotics Engineers at Work in New Lab

August 25, 2014

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Seniors, from left, Bennett Wilfong, Jerry Oates, Spencer Richey, and Zack Whicker work on their robot in the new Robotics Lab. They are participating in the school’s first Honors Robotics course. The students are learning about the science of robotics and, working in teams of four, applying those principles in the construction and programming of […]

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Eagle Project Delivered Hope

August 4, 2014

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Concern for a young friend in the hospital prompted Preston Roberts, now a senior, to bring him a plush dog for comfort. The year was 2008, and the friend was Zachary Klinke, now a sophomore, who underwent treatment at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital for Burkitt’s lymphoma and has been cancer-free for six years. That […]

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Jarnagin Named New Baseball Coach

August 1, 2014

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New Baseball Head Coach John Jarnagin brings more than 30 years of college-level experience to his position, and he looks forward to using that experience to guide younger players. “I appreciate the opportunity to influence young men in the right direction, just like in college,” he said. “MUS provides an environment and a foundation in […]

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