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10 Things Missouri State Students Can't Live Without

M-I-S-S-O-U-R-I STATE!

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We all call this campus home for a reason!

1. Cliff Smart

He's the campus dad you never thought you needed, but can't live without.

2. Boomer

He's the best mascot in the MVC! You always see him around campus! He's the god-father of spirt! We love you Boomer!

3. The Fountain

Just look at it!

4. Baseball

Bears, Beets, and Baseball am I right!

5. Welcome Weekend

We love welcoming all of our new bears to campus and love showing them our school spirit even more!

6. Our Rivalry With Mizzou

The sign says it all

7. Tailgates

It's almost football season! I promise!

8. Club Meyer

The Lib is lit!

9.The Bear Line

It will save you from all the rain, all the time!

10. The Presidents Breakfast

Free food served by Cliff it can't get better than this!

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