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Snapper Alum: Robert Smiles

October 23, 2015

Robert Smiles ’65 I walked into Earle Hite’s office in 1962 to ask for a reporting job, and he sent me out to cover a soccer match. A year later I was sports editor and . . .

Janet Simon: first female sports editor

October 23, 2015

Janet Simon ’65 I was a member of the Snapper staff between 1961 and 1965, when Professor Earle Hite was the advisor.  I started as a sports writer, then was named Women’s Sports Editor, and . . .

Joyce Weaver: Co-Editor Alum

October 23, 2015

Joyce Weaver ’61 As an elementary school teacher for 28 years, I used my journalistic expertise from my Snapper experience to work with gifted students part of the time. During the 80’s I published an . . .

A world of change: 1966-1985

October 23, 2015

Marianne Caesar Features Editor During the era of 1966-1985, a culmination of political, social, community and global events was present which created an impact on the student community and was reflected through the newspaper. In . . .

It’s Electric!: VW van is revamped

October 15, 2015

Aaron Jaffe Advertising Manager With the ever-present initiatives to make the world and local communities more environmentally friendly, Albert (Al) Unrath, Instructional Designer for MU’s Department of Information Technology, and students from the Society of . . .

MU fights against Breast Cancer

October 15, 2015

Danielle Barlieb Staff Writer Know your family history; a simple yet crucial statement that served as the theme for MU’s fifth Annual Breast-a-Ville, which occurred on Oct. 7 on Student Memorial Center Promenade. The event . . .

Jack-O-Lanterns: carved by history

October 15, 2015

Marianne Caesar Features Editor Halloween is known as All Hallow’s Eve in Christianity or Samhain (pronounced as Sau-wen) in Paganism, and holds many traditions, which have been altered and maintained for modern use. Historically, Samhain . . .

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