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14 hrs ago | The Papillion Times

Good Deeds, April 20

Bob Markworth folded his hands and stared ahead at a massive basement room - a concert hall, really - that was full and empty all at once.


Related Topix: Nebraska, Omaha, NE, University of Nebraska Omaha, Blog News, Gretna, NE

Yesterday | Fort Collins Coloradoan

Elsie Arlene Walker Kracke

Attended the University of Missouri. Married Ervin W. Kracke July 3rd, 1954 in Colorado Springs and resided in Denver for 28yrs.


Related Topix: Higginsville, MO, Family, Kids

Sat Apr 19, 2014

Medical Daily

Physically Active People More Likely To Have Mature Brains, Compared To Those Who Are Lazy

A correlation between physical activity and more mature neuron cells was found in a study of laboratory rats, building on previous genetic research showing many personalty traits and health tendencies to have some genetic basis.


Romanian Scientific Community

Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematics

The Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science from Ovidius University, Constantza, in cooperation with the Institute of Mathematics "Simion Stoilow" of the Romanian Academy and the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of University of Missouri - St. Louis, organizes the fourth edition of "Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematics" ... (more)


Related Topix: Romania, World News

Fri Apr 18, 2014


Students promote, organize "Color Fun Run" for English class

A Boise, Idaho business is here to help you let off a little steam. It's not a gym or a therapist, as you might expect.


Related Topix: Texas

Wausau Daily Herald

University of Pittsburgh study connects Top 40 hits, binge drinking

Beer signs light the bar at Willies, as students drink, dance and socialize in Columbia, Mo., on Saturday, Sept.


Related Topix: University of Pittsburgh, Columbia, MO


Jacksonville Jaguars 2014 Free Agent Analysis: Ziggy Hood

The Jacksonville Jaguars were exceedingly active in free agency this offseason thanks to an envious amount of cap space.


PhysOrg Weblog

Diagnosing and treating autism

April is National Autism Awareness Month. The Child Development Clinic at Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU provides comprehensive assessment for pediatric patients with developmental delays or disabilities, including those with autism spectrum disorders.


Japan's Global Strategies in the 21st Century

April 23, 2014J C Penny Building Room 202, University of Missouri-St. Louis Participation is free but advance registration is requested.


Thu Apr 17, 2014

Fox 23

Sources say Mizzou's Frank Haith to leave for Tulsa

University of Missouri head basketball coach Frank Haith took a charter plane from Columbia to Tulsa Thursday as speculation increases that he is in line to take over head coaching duties at the University of Tulsa.


Related Topix: Tulsa, OK, University of Tulsa


A Scientific (And Not-So-Scientific) Explanation Of Why We Think Babies Are Cute

Apparently, there's science behind why we find babies so freakin' cute. The video above, made by AsapSCIENCE, explains the phenomenon.


Related Topix: University of Washington

Tony's Kansas City

TKC Breaking and Exclusive News!!! Coming Soon: Christopher Leitch Comeback @ Kansas City Museum?!?

Now that GG isn't in charge . . . Northeast Kansas City residents are making a power play to bring back one of their strongest advocates .


Related Topix: Kansas City, MO

News Max

Lazy Gene: Study Says Your DNA Could Be to Blame for Motivation

A "lazy" gene may very well exist, according to a new study from the University of Missouri.


Related Topix: Genetics, Medicine


from Readers: Peace Studies offers look at Vietnam protests

When I joined the University of Missouri faculty in 1967, demonstrations against the Vietnam War were occurring on college campuses across the country as the draft interrupted the education of many young men.


Related Topix: Southern Methodist University, ACLU

South Dakota Newspaper Association

Chet Brokaw to receive Distinguished Service Award

Chet Brokaw, who for more than three decades covered state government and most every major news event in South Dakota as a reporter and correspondent for The Associated Press, will receive South Dakota Newspaper Association's Distinguished Service Award during the group's upcoming convention.


Related Topix: South Dakota, US Governors, Dennis Daugaard, Iowa State University, Journalism, Pierre, SD

Wed Apr 16, 2014

Ag Professional

Know your enemy: The importance of weed identification

A recent BASF survey found that 76 percent of growers have made changes to their weed management programs to address weed resistance.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science

The Charlotte Observer

Wingate University saves town's newspaper

Jerry McGee, at left, president of Wingate University, with publisher John Edmondson after the college reached an agreement to continue the Home News.


Related Topix: Wingate University, Wingate, NC, Marshville, NC, University of Arizona

Cape Cod Times

Aspirin urged to ward off pre-eclampsia

Pregnant women should take low-dose aspirin daily to reduce their chance of developing pre-eclampsia if they are at high risk for the life-threatening disorder, an influential government panel said Monday.


Related Topix: Medicine, Aspirin (generic), Bayer, Alka-Seltzer, Hypertension, Health, Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Vermont

Ashley Madison

Twitter users more likely to have extra-marital affairs! -

The University of Missouri School of Journalism found that those people who are frequently active on social media, particularly Twitter are less monogamous, have more frequent break ups and get divorced more than any other set of people.


Kansas City InfoZine

30 Missouri Students Selected for Summer Agriculture Careers Academy

This year, the students selected have the opportunity to learn about a variety of careers in agriculture in central and northwestern Missouri.


Related Topix: Missouri, Agriculture, Science, Education Etc., Missouri State University, Northwest Missouri State University