Student Profiles

  • Freshmen "Reals"

    Victoria Zeyen Broadcast Journalism Hastings, MN Question: What is one thing you wish you knew before coming to Mizzou (college)? Answer: “I wish that I knew the reality of change and that’s it’s really real and it’s a lot different… Read More

  • Make Your Move, Tiger!

    August 16th: the official time to move to Mizzou, then let the college life begin! My college experience started just a few days prior. Apparently, it wasn’t normal for freshmen to come before move-in day without a legit reason, so… Read More

  • Why Become a Career Specialist?

    Working at the MU Career Center has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. I’ve learned so much in the past two years. I’ve learned so many things from career related tips to life lessons. I love… Read More

  • How To Save Money As a College Kid

    With paying for growing student loans, steep textbook expenses, and painful tuition costs, it’s no secret that college is expensive. Let’s be real, every college student is facing the struggle of being “a broke college kid.” No one should have… Read More

  • It's Okay Not To Know

    What are you going to do with your life?  The pivotal moment in your life will come when you will have to answer this question.  Contrary to popular belief, that time isn’t now.  Like many college students, I used to… Read More

  • Where Mizzou Took Me

    Well, you’re here. You managed to breeze through high school and convinced your parents to shell out thousands of dollars for what can only be assumed as a college education. However, I’ve come to learn that going to college is… Read More

  • The Road Less Traveled

    I grew up in an intellectual family, where my grandfather is a Chinese literature scholar, my dad is a professor and my mom is a journal editor and Russian translator. Business was never a topic in my life and it… Read More

  • Why Experiential Learning Matters

    “Experiential Learning” is often referred to as learning by doing. It gives you the opportunity to use or gain knowledge in a different way than solely reading textbooks or listening to lectures. It’s often through “involvement” that we truly learn… Read More