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The echoes of disappointed parents everywhere fall on deaf ears in 2017, a year where career opportunities are nearly endless. These echoes spout disapproval of making a career out of video games, with the evidence to back up nothing more than labeling video games as toys. Read more

College is often described as a chance to grow and become a new person. For senior David Anzures, this meant stepping up and becoming a leader despite his shy and introverted personality.

John Gallaher can usually be found down in the Green Tower Press office, surrounded by a sprawling mess of old copies of the “Laurel Review,” copies of his poetry book “In a Landscape” and his collage work.

Jamie Hooyman, Northwest’s provost, came to Maryville to learn, laugh and, perhaps most importantly, live with a group of people that she calls family.

For junior media and communications student Samuel Heavens, nothing is more important than entertaining, informing and educating an audience, especially when he gets to convey his messages through comedy.

“I always wanted to help and impact people,” senior Sylvia Brand said. “I think it took me two years to realize that while I loved art, I wasn’t passionate about it. I was passionate about helping.”