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  • Tips for successful New Year's Resolutions

    Now is the time to make your resolutions for 2018!  Here are some tips on how to successfully create and complete your resolutions.

    1. Make your resolutions quantitative. - It will be much easier to track success when there is a number involved!

    2. Set smaller goals to work towards your resolution. - Good for you for having big dreams and goals, but they can also get

    overwhelming.  Setting smaller goals can alleviate the stress of the

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  • bigger goals.

    3. Make fewer resolutions/goals. - A list of 5 to 10 goals is ideal to make an impact on your life without getting too overwhelmed.

    4. Have someone hold you accountable. - Telling someone about the goals you want to accomplish will inspire you to keep your word,

    and they will definitely check up on you and your progress.

    5. Set time aside each week to evaluate your progress. - By checking up on yourself, it shows you care, and it is also important for

    you to care about yourself.

    6. Only set goals that are meaningful to you and that you are willing to work towards. - If your resolution is truly something you

    care about, you are more likely to have success!

    7. Work towards achieving your goals every day. - Make your success a part of your daily life!  You will thank yourself later for it!

    Good luck on your successful resolutions for 2018!

    (Source: FastWeb)

    7 Tips for New Year’s Resolution Success

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  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day (January 15th, 2018)

    Martin Luther King Jr. was a social activist and Baptist minister who played a key role in the American civil rights movement from the mid-1950s until his

    assassination in 1968.

    While standing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, King gave the iconic, memorable, and powerful “I Have a Dream” speech which was a spirited call

    for peace and equality among everyone no matter what race they were.

    King was later named “Man of the Year” by TIME Magazine and in 1964 became the youngest person ever awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

    In 1983 President Ronald Reagan signed a bill creating a U.S. federal holiday in honor of King.  Martin Luther King Jr. Day is about celebrating his life and achievements in the civil rights movement as well as celebrating

    him as a civil rights leader in this country.

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  • (Source: History)

    In this moving and thought-provoking work, playwright Jeff Stetson imagines for us what a clandestine meeting might have been like between two of the most influential men of their times: Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X.  Please join us in

    the campus Auditorium to celebrate our 2018 Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration! Thursday January 25, 2018 at 12pm in the Maryville University Campus


    Martin Luther King Jr. - History

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  • Upcoming Diversity & Inclusion events you won't want to miss this month!

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  • Mark these events on your calendars. You don't want to miss out!

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  • BLUE Campaign Monday, January 15, 2018

    12:00PM - 1:00PM CSE

    MUGSA Movie Night Saturday, January 20, 2018

    6:00PM - 8:00PM Buder Commons

    Jewish Cooking LIVE! - Tu B'Shevat

    Monday, January 29, 2018

    ASO Bake Sale Wednesday, January 17, 2018

    11:30AM - 1:00PM Gander

    EMPOWER Dialogue Thursday, January 25, 2018

    6:30PM - 8:00PM Buder Commons

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  • 4:00PM Gander Dining Hall

    Organization Spotlight ABLE is a social and disability awareness group at Maryville with

    the goal to Abolish Barriers through Leadership and Empowerment.  The group advocates for and with people with

    disabilities by addressing accessibility issues on campus.

    President Veronica Steibel is extremely excited about the accessibility issues addressed by administration, and their continued

    involvement in making campus more accessible.

    Recently, ABLE spoke with the University about some accessibility concerns. 

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  • They are pleased to announce that the first initiatives will be available at the beginning of this semester starting with more accessible bathrooms. The bathrooms in Kaldi’s are being

    renovated to feature one large stall and an adult changing table, as well as the wave to open doors. The accessible doors were also

    added to the DUC and Gander bathrooms.

    Congratulations to ABLE for making such a great impact on campus.  The Office of Diversity & Inclusion would also like to thank ABLE for the efforts on creating a more accessible and

    inclusive campus.

    ABLE is also interested in looking for new executive board members for the next school year.  If you or anyone else is interested, email

    President Veronica Steibel at

    Ways to join or for more information on ABLE: Feel free to email President Veronica Steibel at she would be very excited to have new members join the ABLE family, as well as hear accessibility concerns.  Join ABLE on OrgSync using the button below!

    Join ABLE on OrgSync

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  • We would like to recognize and thank Dr. Nina Caldwell for supporting the Office of Diversity & Inclusion and its initiatives.

    The Office of Diversity & Inclusion would also like to recognize our student Hira Hamirani for her great leadership and new

    initiatives with EMPOWER!

    Good luck this semester Saints, and let's make it the best yet!

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    St. Louis, MO 63141

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