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Lincoln faculty vote 'no confidence' in provost

Published Sep. 29 2016
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Lincoln University faculty members Thursday morning voted for a proposed "no confidence" resolution in Said Sewell's job performance.

LU's Sewell faces 'no confidence' vote today

Published Sep. 29 2016
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As Lincoln University faculty members consider how to vote this morning on a proposed "no confidence" vote in Said Sewell's...

Student aid applications available 3 months early

Published Sep. 29 2016
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Starting this year, the free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be available for students and their families Saturday...

LU curators' history degree decision questioned

Published Sep. 29 2016
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The Lincoln University Curators' decision to deactivate the school's history degree program is among the reasons cited for Lincoln University's...

Westminster announces homecoming activities

Published Sep. 29 2016
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Homecoming at Westminster College will be celebrated Oct. 7-8 with football games, pep rallies, concerts and soccer.

Colleges lavishing more financial aid on wealthy students

Published Sep. 28 2016
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Spencer Mulligan knew his family could pay for his college education, even without loans or grants. So when the...

Goodbye to homework for some elementary schools and classes

Published Sep. 28 2016
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Guess what, kids? No homework.

Property purchase weighed by committee

Published Sep. 28 2016
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Overall, the Long Range Planning Facility committee agreed Jefferson City High School needs more land, but the school district needs...

Bomb threat quickly foiled; eighth-grader charged

Published Sep. 28 2016
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A bomb threat made to Fulton Middle School on Tuesday morning was foiled by administrators, police officers and the school...

WWU prepares activities for family weekend

Published Sep. 28 2016
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William Woods University will host its annual Fall Family Weekend on Friday and Saturday with up to 100 visitors expected...

Report shows high levels of a common mold in 5 LU rooms

Published Sep. 27 2016
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Lincoln University officials are working with state health officials to see what they need to do next, after an outside...

LU faculty back seeking NEA collective bargaining

Published Sep. 27 2016
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Enough members of Lincoln University's faculty have expressed an interest in forming a collective bargaining unit with the Missouri NEA...

JCPS now offers produce from regional farms

Published Sep. 25 2016
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When feeding 9,000 students on a semi-daily basis, it's more difficult to serve local produce than one might think.

Lincoln University seeking comments for accreditation process

Published Sep. 25 2016
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The next Higher Learning Commission (HLC) visit to Lincoln University is just under six months from now. But LU officials...

Lincoln confirms mold found in student rooms

Published Sep. 23 2016
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Initial testing of Dawson Hall rooms has found higher counts of a common airborne mold in three of the 14...

Jefferson honored with college's top teaching award

Published Sep. 21 2016
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Kurt Jefferson is the 2016 recipient of Westminster College's highest award for teaching: the Buschman-President's Award for Excellence in Teaching.

Longtime preschool teacher retires after 25 years

Published Sep. 21 2016
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After teaching at the Fulton Preschool Association since 1991, Sue Beaty retired in June. She leaves behind a legacy of...

School budget cuts mostly affect transportation

Published Sep. 20 2016
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The $24 million in state funding cuts come as another hit to public schools, just a couple months after the...

Lincoln University celebrates 150 years of teaching

Published Sep. 18 2016
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Lincoln University has been teaching students for 150 years — beginning with just two students, Henry Brown and Cornelius Chappelle.

Renowned head trauma physician delivers keynote lecture at Hancock Symposium

Published Sep. 18 2016
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In past years, Westminster College's time-honored Green Foundation Lecture has brought notables such as British prime ministers Margaret Thatcher and...

Symposium speaker raises discussion on diseases, ethics

Published Sep. 18 2016
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Aric Krogstad led a guided discussion on epidemiology and zoonoses — diseases that can pass from animals to humans —...

JCAC students get fresh introduction to produce

Published Sep. 16 2016
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For some students from the Jefferson City Academic Center, working with the NEEED Project Heart of Missouri Garden was their...

Hancock Symposium: Innovation is the greatest national defense plan

Published Sep. 16 2016
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The future of world dominance belongs to the nation that can produce the most innovative brains, according to an expert.