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Herald names 2013 Elite Citizen Scholars
Recognizing top students who also are good citizens - That's the goal of The Herald's Elite Citizen Scholar program, which honors area high school seniors Volunteer work can come in many different forms.
Wed May 15, 2013
Lee's Summit Journal
Inside the mind of a poet
Lindsey Martin-Bowen, a poet, fiction writer and English teacher at both the University of Missouri Kansas City and Metropolitan Community College-Longview, generally has a full slate on a day-to-day basis.
Tue May 14, 2013
LCRA seeks law firm to replace King Hershey
That's a result of the breakup of King Hershey PC, the law firm that handled LCRA's legal work for many years.
Juan Pedro Lopez rocks cobalt blue with chartreuse jackets.
What to be seen in in Spain. A touch of Spanish Fashion this week is the Juan Pedro Lopez Spring Summer 2013 fashion show, seen in Barcelona Fashion Week.
Olivet Nazarene Names VP of Academic Affairs
Olivet Nazarene University President John C. Bowling announced today that Dr. Dennis Crocker has been named as the University's new vice president of academic affairs.
Mon May 13, 2013
The Kansas City Star
Presenting the college graduates of 2013: Generation R
Five years ago, Nick Moeder and his friends counted themselves lucky. In the dark heart of the Great Recession, they were starting college rather than trying to start a career.
Thu May 09, 2013
UMKC honors top Kansas Citians with honorary doctorates
The University of Missouri-Kansas City is recognizing five Kansas City leaders with honorary doctorates at a number of commencement ceremonies next week.
Burnt by the Sun exposes heartlessness of Stalinistic vengence and revenge
One day in the life of a family in Russia in the early 1930s transforms from a lazy day to one of tragic ends as they experience everyday life until a visitor from their past comes, endears himself to them, reacquaints them to his charm, and wins their trust before the day darkens with tension, anger, and angst.
Wed May 08, 2013
Apple Basks in Bullish Reviews From Wall Street Media Giants
Everybody is still waiting for the next iWhatever, but in the meantime Apple has received some positive news from two longtime financial media outlets, Barron's and Fortune.
Tue May 07, 2013
Three student violinists demonstrate their skills at Bachathon XXXIV
Three of Beth Titterington's students at Kansas City Talent Education played Bach pieces for the welcoming Bachathon XXXIV crowd.
Could the weight loss backfire on Christie in 2016?
From a health standpoint, he's got every reason in the world to drop the weight .
Young businesses find many ways to get mentors' advice
Many employees fantasize about the entrepreneurial life - to be your own boss, call all the shots, have all the power.
Mon May 06, 2013
The Kansas City Star
Backers of UMKC downtown arts campus court Muriel Kauffman Foundation for funding
It’s been 22 months since the University of Missouri-Kansas City revealed an ambitious plan to relocate its Conservatory of Music and Dance to downtown Kansas City.
Fri May 03, 2013
Chekhov classic, Burt by the Sun completes UMKC theater season
The University of Missouri at Kansas City Theatre ends its current season with an Anton Chekhov masterpiece, Burnt by the Sun , and marks the directorial debut of UMKC Theatre Chair Tom Mardikes as well, with previews beginning May 3 and the actual opening slated for May 8 in the James C. Olson Performing Arts Center, on the UMKC campus.
Thu May 02, 2013
Make - em Prove the Causality before They Cause Any More Suffering: Part One, Before the Fall
OK, austerity has always been about the causality. The people who are trying their best to get us to cut more and more spending, somewhat less than their best to get us to raise taxes, and who are doing nothing to fix our fraud-laden financial system, or the worst period of dis-employment we've experienced since the Great Depression, have been ... (more)
Washburn marks semester's end with 'Elijah'
Baritone Lee Snook, director of the vocal division at Washburn University, will sing the title role of Felix Mendelssohn's "Elijah" when major segments of it are performed at 7:30 p.m. Friday in White Concert Hall at the President's Concert featuring the Washburn Symphony Orchestra and Combined Chorus.
Crime sometimes pays unusual social dividends. In 2010 SA o Paulo's museum of modern art hosted an exhibition of works that had been seized from a variety of crooks and drug traffickers.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Glennon Place resident worked for UMKC, Walt Disney Co.
"My high school teachers all programmed me to be a teacher. I knew from day one I was going to be a teacher," said 73-year-old Ronnie Karraker.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Comparison of Clinical Interpretation With Visual Assessment and...
From the Ann Arbor VA Center for Clinical Management and Research and University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor ; Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute and University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City ; Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT ; Texas A&M University Health Science Center College of Medicine and Scott & White ... (more)
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Lamar Daily News
NMSU presidential finalist Guy Bailey talks plans, experience
New Mexico State University presidential candidate Guy Bailey says his No. 1 job as president would be building credibility with legislators, the community and donors.