By Nicholas Childress
Everyone around Drury knows Pouncer the Panther, our beloved mascot. He is the biggest, furriest fanther on campus that will stick with each team through thick and thin. This week in The Mirror we decided to sit down with Pouncer, ask him a few questions, and get a little insight into the life of the Drury mascot.
Sorority serves up late night breakfast fundraiser
By Alexis Dutt
Few things draw in college students as well as the words “all you can eat.”
Wednesday night, the ladies of Delta Delta Delta hosted DHOP, or Delta House of Pancakes. As a part of their Triple Play fundraising week initiative, from 7-10 p.m. the sorority sisters dished “hundreds of pancakes to feed to the community,” according to event coordinator and Tri Delta philanthropy chair, Hillary Myers.
Staff member reviews newest tech gadgets
By Ryan Dickey
By Elizabeth Barmeier
With the stress of scheduling classes for next semester and securing plans for the summer, it is foreseen that finals week is only three weeks away!
By Juan Franco
Housing has changed its rules
Rules are being changed!
But do you need to be worried? The administration and Drury’s Student Government Association have collaborated with The Mirror to create an easy to understand go-to list when trying to comprehend some of the changes.
By Chelsea Mulkey
HOPPY HOUR at THE CUP
Cupcake lovers, you won’t want to miss this! The Cup will continue its Cup Hoppy Hour this Friday, April 18. All customers will go home with a prize after choosing an egg at checkout. Customers are only allowed one egg per transaction. Read more
Event to teach students how to market themselves
By Kaitlyn Schwers
In the professional world, students are sometimes advised that they should find ways to market themselves and their skills if they want to thrive and make a living—and fine arts students are no exception.
For those who are interested in fine arts, Drury University is hosting the Self Employment in the Arts (SEA) Conference all day Saturday, April 5 for students, educators and the community.
Student journalists receive recognition
By Kaitlyn Schwers
The Mirror took home 14 awards in division two this month from the 2014 Missouri College Media Association (MCMA) Conference. Drury’s newspaper received awards for its journalistic content, photos and design.
Event brings students, older adults together through music
By Cathy Robinson
The Drury Department of Music is gearing up for a concert – a concert that is very different from what you may expect.
On Tuesday, April 22, from 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. in Clara Thompson Hall, Drury music students and older adults from the Drury Institute for Mature Learning will be performing together as the Drury Intergenerational Rock Band.
Week of events demonstrates position as active organization
By Caleb Zimmerschied
Allies, Drury’s gay-straight alliance group, hosted a range of events for Pride Week this year. These included a NOH8 photo shoot, a drag show and a pride ball downtown.
According to Allies’ vice president, Charles Woods, the new student officers for Allies structured the group to take a more active stance this year.