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First dental students in decades to train in St. Louis

People in Missouri have some of the worst teeth in the country, but it’s not all their fault. One in five residents lives in an area with too few dentists, and more than 1 million people don’t have de... read more

Karlie Kloss Gets Candid About Politics, Her Relationship, and Women in Tech

It’s the first time that Kode with Klossy ... into the fashion spotlight a little over a decade ago, when she was just fifteen. Navigating the scene as a gawky, doe-eyed teenager from suburban St. Lou... read more

Author Alan Gratz takes Blount County Schools students on writer's journey

Alan Gratz first visited Eagleton Middle School more than a decade ... told the students. When Gratz began working on “Refugee,” he intended to tell the story only of the Jewish families who sailed fr... read more

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Experience a Native American tradition at SIU’s 2018 Buffalo Tro

He and his wife Connie worked at Camp Little Giant and helped train students throughout ... as executive director of the Student Leadership/Environmental Adventure Program, fostering interaction among ... read more

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Killer Driller: St. Louis dentist used his sexual power to get women to aid him in his murder schemes, netting him huge fortune

Glennon Engleman had family, a respectable position in his St. Louis ... first marriage, to student-teacher Ruth Ball, lasted three years. After the divorce, he continued to give her money and they st... read more

A trip down the cobbled streets of Edinburgh, Scotland

The first time I went to Edinburgh ... in UCEAP have their orientation in Edinburgh before students are shipped off to their respective universities. For those of us going to the University of St. And... read more

Dental benefits for poor adults in Missouri remain in limbo

JEFFERSON CITY • Low-income Missourians feeling the sharp stabs of tooth pain remain in limbo three months after the start of a budget year expected to provide them dental coverage for the first time ... read more

With the alarm sounded statewide over shortages, Chicago forges ahead with a teacher experiment

And she’d be picked out of a pool of applicants to train in one of several high ... Yesenia Francois’ tuition at National Louis, but she’s still “forever grateful.” A resident this year in a bilingual ... read more

John Lindsay Guise: The man who opened batting at Eden Gardens against MCC in 1926-27

Their progeny, in chronological order, were John Lindsay, Charles Alexander Leonard, and James Louis Theodore. The father, John Dougal, has only two documented First-Class ... references to students o... read more

How Medical Schools Try to Help Doctors Understand Patients in Poverty

Patients living in underserved communities receive care at a mobile dental ... communities. Students also interact with patients and staff at nonprofit organizations and community health centers in so... read more

Borrowing strategy from NRA, activists quietly overturn knife restrictions across U.S.

In 2014, a 16-year-old student wounded 21 people at a Pittsburgh high school with a knife. Last year, a man allegedly used a knife to kill two people and injure a third at a train station in ... repor... read more

A generation plans an exodus from California

In contrast, during the first years of the decade the Bay Area ... s pension crisis hits disadvantaged students the hardest Safer rail operations for nation is legacy of 2008 Metrolink Chatsworth trai... read more



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