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  • Learning by helping 

    (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1981)
    "Nearly 1,100 Mizzou students devote an average of three hours a week of their spare time to help others. At the same time, they help themselves."--Page 6
  • Where your money went 

    Shinn, Steve (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1981)
    "Development Fund Board allocates more than $300,000 in unrestricted gift funds to 43 campus projects."--Table of contents for issue.
  • Paul Fisher : journalisms gentle cynic 

    Baskin, Carol (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1981)
    "Veteran professor's expertise in typography and press controls makes lasting impact on students."--Table of contents for issue.
  • The m book : from parent to partner 

    Worley, Karen (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1981)
    "Thirty years of student regulations reveal changing life styles."--Table of contents for issue.
  • A feaste for the sences 

    Worley, Karen (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1981)
    "Mizzou's first Madrigal Dinner is tasty and colorful.
  • Odd jobs 

    Worley, Karen (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1980)
    "Money runs through students like gasoline through a car. Several tell how they bring in the bucks."--Table of contents for issue.
  • Which public university is the only one with two Truman scholars? 

    Skinner, Terry (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1980)
    "Two Truman Scholars give Mizzou something in common with the likes of Harvard, Dartmouth and Yale. They're the only other universities to have two students' winning the coveted prizes."--Page 17
  • What it was was oozeball 

    Clarke, Denise (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1980)
    "The score was 14-12 and the only obstacles between the six member volleyball team and the championship title were one point and six inches of mud."--Page 22
  • A parade of homecomings 

    Caldwell, Diane (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1980)
    "Mizzou homecoming lore composes a colorful, historical medley. Memories dance through seven decades of traditions, reeling around the Great Depression, two world wars and post-war growing pains."--Page 25
  • Mizzou basketball : big stuff 

    Fitzpatrick, Mark (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1980)
    "Infectious anticipation is building as Norm Stewart's Tigers, last year's Big Eight champs reach for higher goals."--Table of contents for issue.
  • Two weeks in November 

    Yoder, Sharon (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1981)
    "It's something for everyone as eight cultural events brighten the Campus calendar.
  • The University of Missouri-Jefferson City 

    Anthony, Jay (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1981)
    "Lobbyist Duana Linville, the University's presence in Jeff City, clears misconceptions by getting answers to legislators' questions."--Table of contents for issue.
  • Mizzou's rough riders 

    Skinner, Terry (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1981)
    "Polo, English style, was a sport for the elite -- but not at Mizzou, where polo was played from 1924 to 1941."--Page 11
  • Marc de Chazal : open door, open mind 

    Skinner, Terry (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1981)
    "Like the balanced chemical equations he teaches, Marc de Chazal seeks a life of balance for himself -- a balance among intellect, empathy and solitude.
  • 'We need you' 

    Shinn, Steve (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1981)
    "Meeting the $7.7 million athletic budget depends on young grid recruits."--Table of contents for issue.
  • Speaking their language 

    Baskin, Carol (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1980)
    "Fluency in a foreign language offers graduates excellent salary and travel opportunities."--Table of contents for issue.
  • Prepping for the future 

    Worley, Karen (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1981)
    "Today's students pursue fun as if it were a vocation. Bucks, beer, a car, companionship, entertainment and exercise are the 'necessities' of life. But beneath the exterior of this fun-seeking, self-indulgent college ...
  • Lettering in academics 

    Skinner, Terry (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1981)
    "Counseling unit helps Tiger athletes remember why they're here."--Table of contents for issue.
  • Libbers and onions 

    Worley, Karen (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1980)
    "Women's Center coordinator Vicky Keith believes in humorous comebacks to sexist remarks."--Table of contents of issue.
  • Through the looking glass 

    Boehm, Larry (University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1981)
    "The discoveries and travels of real and fabled explorers exhilarate the imagination. Their adventures, chronicled by history, legend, fiction and film clips, conjure up visions of sailing ships and space ships, but maybe ...

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