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New era of scientific discovery being launched at Washington University

By Susan Killenberg McGinn Driving Discovery, ambitious Arts & Sciences project, to transform teaching, research, faculty and facilities A new era of scientific discovery is being launched at Washington University in St. Louis that will transform teaching, research, faculty and facilities in Arts & Sciences. Driving Discovery is an ambitious multiphase project in Arts &... See More.

Uncovering Ireland’s Medieval Mystery

Join archeologists and HEC-TV on an unparalleled search for evidence of medieval village life on the shores of Ireland’s famous Lough Key. Life in 13th century Ireland, which was once a mystery, is about to be discovered in a first-of-its-kind archeological dig, documented exclusively by HEC-TV (The Higher Education Channel). Three years of extensive archeological... See More.

St. Louis Mourns the Passing of Civic and Community Leader Thelma V. Cook

St. Louis, MO – Civic and community leader Mrs. Thelma V. Cook succumbed to cancer Monday, May 16, 2016. She was 77. Mrs. Cook spent decades in the St. Louis, Missouri metropolitan region and elsewhere advocating for broadening educational opportunities and increasing access to cultural institutions. She came to St. Louis from Jefferson City in... See More.

15 Under-The-Radar Movies You Won’t Want To Miss This Summer

Now that “Captain America: Civil War” has introduced summer movie season, we’d like to spotlight a few titles that won’t drum up $182 million in opening-weekend grosses. Which isn’t to say they shouldn’t: These 15 films, mostly independent projects, are antidotes to the big-budget spectacles that will flood theaters across the next four months. Instead... See More.

St. Louis high schoolers challenge baseball fans to “plant positivity”

By: Camille Phillips, St. Louis Public Radio A student organization launched after the unrest in Ferguson spent their Saturday encouraging baseball fans to be a positive force in St. Louis. Outside Busch Stadium before the Cardinals game students with Gateway2Change started conversations with baseball fans by handing out bracelets made of seeds. Parkway North sophomore... See More.

St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay on the future of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) announced that St. Louis will be the site for the Next NGA West Campus. Working closely with policymakers, intelligence professions as well as the Armed Forces the NGA provides world-class geospatial information to help make informed decisions. The NGA currently has a facility located near Anheuser-Busch brewery in the Soulard... See More.

11 Best Summer Reads for 2016

Whether you’re planning on taking a beach break this summer or just want to unwind with a cheerful read, we’ve got the books that will keep you in a sunny mood all day long. There’s something here for everybody. So kick back, put your feet up and get lost in another world. The Loney, Andrew... See More.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am