News, Page 8

Returning Home for the Holidays: Helpful Tips

As our two holiday breaks are quickly approaching, students across campus are getting ready to return home.

Honors College Welcomes New Staff Member

This October, the Honors College welcomed its newest staff member, Sarah Kammeyer. She joins the Honors College as the new Assistant to the Director and the general office manager, and will have extensive interaction with students, faculty, and staff across campus.

Missouri Day 2018

The phrase “Made in the USA” has been an important branding and manufacturing marker for several decades. One Mizzou Honors student, Reagan Myers, hopes that “Made in Missouri” will gain similar acceptance.

All things geeky

Geek Week is a week-long celebration of all things “geeky” and is open to all students. Events from this year’s Geek Week included game night, movie screenings, trivia night, faculty-led discussion and much more.

Stamp of Approval

Being from Iowa, McDermott didn’t know much about Mizzou until a recruitment adviser visited her high school. When the adviser shared some information about the Stamps Scholar Program, she knew she had to apply.

Honors Q&A: Cherng Summer Scholars

Last summer, 11 honors students participated in the Cherng Summer Scholars program. Four students shared their experiences from this summer.

Dungeon Masters

Dungeons and Dragons returns to the Geek Week Game Night, 6-10 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 4 at Mark Twain Residence Hall.

A Powerful Experience

Learning does not stop when the semester ends. This past summer, five honors students traveled to Bosnia, studying the history, outcomes and lasting effects of the Bosnian Genocide.

Journalism Undergrad Co-Publishes Research in Academic Journal

For Caroline Dade, research ‘bridges gap’ between academia and journalism industry.

Weird Fascination

A student’s clubmates help her find her scientific calling.