Every year, The Mirror chooses to honor one person on Drury’s campus who the staff feels is impactful and whose presence at Drury is irreplaceable. This year, Shewmaker’s own Dr. Jonathan Groves, Department Chair, was selected as the honoree for his dedication to students. Continue reading
In addition to the Shewmaker Awards, every year, Drury hands out awards to outstanding students, faculty, and organizations on campus that represent the best and brightest of all of Drury. There are many awards to be given out, some of which are department- or program- specific, but Communications students and faculty rolled in a variety of the awards this year. Continue reading
April 16, 2016 began as a normal day for the residents of the northeastern coast of Ecuador, but at around 7 pm, tragedy struck the country as a magnitude 7.8 earthquake rattled the Earth beneath them, leaving over 670 dead and 16,600 injured.
In response to the disaster that took from the already-poor country, two Drury alumns, Jorge Nadal Volckaert and Juan Fernando Calderon, and one current student, Masha Podokshik, felt compelled to help the people affected.
Several students were recognized for their work at the 2017 Missouri College Media Association (MCMA) Conference on April 9 held in St. Joseph, MO. Continue reading
Karissa Kary knows people can be successful without confining themselves to one career in one location. As a well-traveled published author, global consultant and theatrical producer, Karissa showcases it. Continue reading
Interested in debate? In this Q & A with Dr. Charles Deberry, professor and Debate Union coach, you can get the inside scoop on the return of a student debate program to Drury.
Dr. Maxson took his ukelele club to Hawaii on a detour before visiting Japan, and little to their knowledge, they attended and performed at his wedding. Continue reading
“I get up every day and absolutely love what I do, I truly think I am doing something that makes a difference, and I am passionate about it every day.”
Results from the department’s annual awards ceremony honoring outstanding students. Continue reading