Tony Miano, a senior in mathematics at Missouri University of Science and Technology, will portray St. Patrick during the 108th celebration of St. Pat’s in Rolla. Miano is from Ballwin, Missouri.
The St. Pat’s Celebration Committee at Missouri University of Science and Technology has announced its 2016 list of Honorary Knights of St. Patrick. The eight Honorary Knights are Ted Day, Mike Greenway, Rolla Mayor Louis Magdits, Joan Nesbitt, Gov. Jeremiah W. (Jay) Nixon, Perrin Roller, Jeff Schrader and Robert Schwartz.
Alternative rock group New Politics will perform in Rolla as a part of Missouri University of Science and Technology’s 108th annual St. Pat’s celebration. The band will conclude the university’s weeklong celebration with a free concert.
Missouri University of Science and Technology is preparing to celebrate the 108th annual “Best Ever” St. Pat’s celebration. The theme for this year’s celebration is “St. Pat goes to the movies.”
Despite knowing when and where I’m going to be photographing at Missouri S&T, I still don’t always know exactly what I’m about to see. Research and planning can play a big part in executing a portrait, but capturing the unanticipated and authentic moments of a photo shoot are what truly make it special. Photographing Missouri S&T during 2015 continued to intrigue, inspire and challenge me as I embedded myself further into the Miner community.
Water fascinates me to photograph because it’s a shape shifter. Its ability to transform around objects, such as a swimmer’s head emerging for air, always makes me excited to see how it may enhance an already exciting scene.
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Missouri University of Science and Technology student Catherine Gladbach, a senior in multidisciplinary studies from Jefferson City, Missouri, has been crowned the 2015 Queen of Love and Beauty for the 107th St. Pat’s celebration in Rolla. She was nominated by Phi Kappa Theta.
Alternative rock groups The Urge and Motion City Soundtrack will co-headline Missouri University of Science and Technology’s annual St. Pat’s concert. The concert, which is part of the Grateful Board festival, will end the university’s week-long celebration. The concert is free and open to the public.
Missouri University of Science and Technology will hold a public ceremony to dedicate the newly constructed 12,500-square-foot Hasselmann Alumni House during Missouri S&T’s St. Pat’s celebration.
The local community is invited to participate in a 5K run/walk through downtown Rolla on Saturday, March 14, as part of the Rolla Chamber of Commerce’s St. Pat’s celebration in cooperation with the Missouri University of Science and Technology St. Pat’s Committee.