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A Year of Traditions
Tigers honor their shared pride of place on Traditions Plaza. More

A Year of Traditions
Member Discounts We Love
Member Discounts We Love
10 percent off any in-store,
full-price order (no wire
orders).
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Alumni Profile
Alumni Profile
Meet Renae Mayes, BS Ed ’08, Assistant Professor and Director of the School Counseling Program at Ball State University. More

Program of the Month
Program of the Month
Mizzou Match is a program for households with both spouses having MU degrees. More
Meet Our Staff
Meet Our Staff
Meet Linda Crane,
Executive Staff
Assistant. More
Preserving Traditions
Preserving Traditions
Preserve MU's cherished
traditions by supporting the
Mizzou Traditions Fund. More
Volunteer Profile
Volunteer Profile
Meet Tom Glave,
an outstanding
alumni leader here
at Mizzou.
 More


What is the Best Place to Take a Valentine's Day Date?
  



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Family Matters

Family Matters
The Alumni Association is helping the Mizzou family move forward - and it needs your help. More


MAA Presents 2015 Geyer Awards

MAA Presents 2015 Geyer Awards
Warren K. Erdman and Senator Ron Richard receive recognition for advocacy of higher education in Missouri. More


Sinquefields Give $2 Million to For New Music at MU

Sinquefields Give $2 Million to For New Music at MU
Gift will support Mizzou New Music Initiative, position university as national composition leader. More


Mizzou Celebrates Black History Month
Campus community will hold events throughout February with the theme Hallows Grounds: Sites and Rites of Black Memory. More


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Dr. and Mrs. David Rudman are possibly the only Homecoming King and Queen to later marry. She was Julie Rothwell, a Kappa Alpha Theta and Panhellenic vice-president, David was president of his med school class, and both were in Mystical 7. Through their Homecoming appearances, they fell in love, married in 1995, and eventually settled in Leawood, KS where they're raising three kids and two dogs.

- Carol Rothwell, '64

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