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    TV host to speak at Commencement ceremony
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    Information provided by MVC Marketing/Media Relations Missouri Valley College will confer 196 degrees to students at its commencement ceremonies May 5 at Gregg-Mitchell Field on the MVC campus. The 2012 graduating class is the 123rd class to graduate from MVC. Including December 2011 and summer 2012 candidates for graduation, MVC will have conferred 9,331 degrees […]

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    Class offers research, education at health fair
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    The students of the Exercise Science class for Community Health provided information and displays at health fair in the R. Wilson Brown Room in late April. The class is instructed by Teresa Taylor, assistant professor of Nursing. Students, subjects, and an interesting fact or two about their research or display are listed below: Recreational Safety […]

  • MVC student Amos Atibila

    Growing up in a big family

    Column by Amos Atibila Growing up in a big family. There is nothing more fulfilling than talking about a family culture that has contributed immensely to ones way of life. The way we speak, walk and the way we live our lives is backed significantly by the various values we learn from our upbringing and […]

  • Current and previous Valley Women inductees.

    Valley Women group honors college president, students
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    Three amazing women were honored by the Valley Women organization at the annual tea event on April 26 in the MVC Formal Lounge. Amelia Fizer, who will graduate in May with a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Middle School Education, was presented the Outstanding Senior ¬†Woman Award. She is from Slater. The award is given […]

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    Alums return to MVC stage
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    Story by Paulene-Wendy Ntsame Assoumou¬† The Fine Arts Division had a class reunion this year. The latest Spring Choral Music Show at the Eckilson-Mabee Theatre, April 20, welcomed back some alum. While sitting on the front row in the audience, Diane Malan, associate professor of Music and Theatre, invited them on stage as a surprise […]