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St. Pat and court announced

The 2021 St. Pat and court. From top to bottom, left to right: Keenan Braun, Sam Ross, Chancellor Dehghani, Cody Goins, Ben Sitzes, Mason Middleton, Andrew Gallagher, Gabrielle Murphy standing in for Aaron Ginsparg, Adam Robison. Photo by Michael Pierce, Missouri S&T.

Congratulations to Cody Goins, a senior in electrical engineering from Ozark, Missouri, who will portray St. Patrick during the 113th celebration of St. Pat’s at Missouri S&T.

St. Pat and his court will officially arrive on campus at approximately 11 a.m. Wednesday, March 10. Following a procession along State Street in Rolla, the court will preside over follies at the Havener Center on the S&T campus.

Photo by Michael Pierce, Missouri S&T.

The following students are members of St. Pat’s Court this year:

Master guards: 1st Master Guard Sam Ross, a senior in chemical engineering from Fenton, Missouri, and 2nd Master Guard Keenan Braun, a senior in nuclear engineering from Buffalo, Missouri.

Guards: 1st Guard Benjamin Sitzes, a senior in environmental engineering from Farmington, Missouri, and 2nd Guard Mason Middleton, a junior in engineering management from Independence, Missouri.

Herald: Adam Robison, a senior in computer engineering from Butler, Missouri.

Page: Andrew Gallagher, a freshman in economics from Wentzville, Missouri.

Trumpeter: Aaron Ginsparg, a junior in ceramic engineering from Chesterfield, Missouri.

The Honorary Knights of 2021

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It’s happening!

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St. Pat’s 2021 Green available

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Canceled: All university-sponsored events associated with the annual St. Pat’s Celebration.

The cancellation, due to concerns related to the potential spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), includes the St. Pat’s Parade and outdoor concert on Saturday, March 14, as well as other events, beginning with today’s court arrival. “Canceling events … [Continue reading]