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From cannibalistic economics students to wet & wild river adventures, the pursuit of serious knowledge can sometimes be littered with laughter-inducing hilarity. In these uncut video interviews, two of Drury’s professors share their funniest classroom moments.

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Firsthand: Students Dig Deeper for Research Project

Students learn in Dr. Greg Renoff’s fall 2013 class, “The Vietnam War and American Society,” how the Vietnam War era changed lives across the United States in the ‘60s and ’70s. Photographs from the era preserve life as it was, and Renoff created an assignment to analyze the photographs and find out the stories behind them. Read more about how students made contact with some of the people behind the lens and featured in these historic photographs.

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Gifted Education at Drury

See gifted education in action with photographs and videos from past Summerscape classes at Drury University. Each summer, Drury’s Center for Gifted Education leads four successful programs for gifted students: Summer Pals, Summer Quest, Summerscape, and Drury Leadership Academy. The students bloom under the summer camp culture of understanding, acceptance, patience, challenge, protection, and love. We encourage them to be who they are by providing a forum for emotional and social development.

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Campus News

View interactive content not available in the print version of Drury Magazine, including posts written for U.S. News & World Report by Drury student Vikas Jagwani.

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Department News

Enjoy photos and features from departments on campus, including updates on speakers & events, awards, and general news coming from students, faculty and staff across campus.

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