St. Louis County Library will celebrate National Library Week (April 15 -April 21) with a variety of programs, including the popular Food for Fines promotion.
Local school districts are reviewing school safety plans in light of the Sandy Hook massacre, but should not consider arming teachers as St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch as proposed.
St. Louis Police Chief to join nationally ranked UMSL Criminology Department.
So why is it that kids don’t tell their parents or the adults at school when they are being harassed, intimidated and bullied?
You see, no one has control over another person’s actions. There is no one way that works 100 percent of the time to stop a bully.
UMSL has launched a new marketing campaign that features six prominent St. Louisans who credit UMSL for much of their success.
UMSL professor Niyi Coker won international recognition for his movie "Pennies for the Boatman" and a group of UMSL students created their own tribute to the sugary summer hit "Call Me Maybe."
Is this an insurance policy strictly made for the days you don't always bring your A-Game...Not so fast crazies and lazies. You may be getting the boot sooner than you think.
Millions of dollars in funds can be restored to programs or departments and millions more can be cut from budgets, but total state spending is more likely to go up than down.
The next time you need an answer, ask a librarian first!
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