St. Pat’s court

COVID-19: St. Pat’s Court arrival planned March 11 (canceled)

Posted by on March 6, 2020

Due to public health concerns related to the coronavirus (COVID-19), all university-sponsored St. Pat’s events, including this event, are officially cancelled. For updates regarding Missouri S&T and COVID-19, please visit coronavirus.mst.edu.

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St. Pat’s Court arrival planned March 13

Posted by on March 11, 2019

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St. Pat and his court will officially arrive in downtown Rolla at noon Wednesday, March 13, following a procession down Pine Street. The court will preside over follies at the pavilion on 9th and Oak streets near the railroad tracks. Peter Doran, a senior in engineering management, will serve as St. Pat. His court includes:

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Door decorating for St. Pat’s? Sign up by March 1

Posted by on February 25, 2019

Lambda Sigma Pi and the St. Pat’s Board will host the 11th annual door decorating competition for faculty and staff offices. To participate, sign up for the contest by Friday, March 1. Doors will be judged at 3 p.m. Wednesday, March 6. The winners will be announced during the St. Pat’s court arrival Wednesday, March 13.

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St. Pat’s Court arrival planned tomorrow

Posted by on March 13, 2018

St. Pat and her court will officially arrive in downtown Rolla at noon Wednesday, March 14, following a procession down Pine Street. The court will preside over follies at the pavilion on 9th and Oak streets near the railroad tracks.

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St. Pat’s court named, arrival planned March 14

Posted by on March 12, 2018

For the first time in its 110-year history, a female student will portray St. Patrick at Missouri S&T’s annual celebrations. Katelyn Jones, a junior in geology and geophysics from Sugar Creek, Missouri, will serve as St. Pat. St. Pat and her court will officially arrive in downtown Rolla at noon Wednesday, March 14. Following a procession through downtown, the court will preside over follies at the pavilion at 9th and Oak streets near the railroad tracks.

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