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More than 2,500 Missouri State University students last Friday said hello to the real world and goodbye to academia. I was there specifically for two students graduating from the College of Business Administration – one in the honors college and another among the growing number of Chinese students diversifying Springfield in their pursuit of education.
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Editor’s Note: This piece was originally posted online at Ozarks News Journal, a student blog and podcast Web site under the direction of Missouri State University journalism professor Andrew Cline.
My experience as an editorial intern at Springfield Business Journal has improved my writing, and it has taught me how to better frame my thoughts. Continue reading ‘SBJ: An intern’s perspective’
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When I logged on to the Missouri State University Web site Aug. 10, I found a completely reworked design in front of my eyes.
It came as a surprise to me and my coworkers, which is not entirely unsurprising considering the quiet nature of the new site rollout.
Continue reading ‘New MSU Web site a reminder of larger changes at work’