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St. Louis Community College faculty and staff make a significant impact on the St. Louis area. The stories are often covered by local and national news media. This section highlights that coverage.

This Month's Featured Articles

News, Feature Stories

  • Florissant Valley campus could be along route of new North-South MetroLink line in the Post-Dispatch Nov. 1
  • Kitchen and Bath Design program is Missouri’s only such accredited program in St. Louis Magazine Nov. 1
  • Monarch butterflies inhabit Meramec campus annuals in the Gateway Gardener Nov. 1
  • Horticulture graduate Steffie Littlefield discusses holiday container ideas in the Gateway Gardener Nov. 1
  • STLCC alumnus Ron Johnson to receive MCCA Distinguished Alumni Award in the St. Louis American Nov. 3
  • “I’m Sorry” performance listing in the Post-Dispatch Nov. 4
  • Wildwood hosts Astronomy Night in West Newsmagazine Nov. 5
  • Retiree Walter Clark letter to the editor suggests local couple could have lessened their education debt by enrolling at STLCC in the Post-Dispatch Nov. 6
  • STLCC takes concrete steps to implement new safety policies in the Webster-Kirkwood Times Nov. 7
  • Meramec hosts Media Literacy Week events in the Webster-Kirkwood Times Nov. 7
  • Montage earns ACP Newspaper Pacemaker Award in the Webster-Kirkwood Times Nov. 7
  • STLCC percentage of adjunct instructors rises, downfall of travel among campuses discussed regarding unionization on St. Louis Public Radio Nov. 7
  • Safety policies in place at STLCC after attack on student in the South County, Webster-Kirkwood Times Nov. 7
  • Meramec hosts Media Literacy Week events in the St. Louis Beacon Nov. 10
  • Marilee Keys exhibit review in St. Louis Magazine Nov. 11
  • Meramec hosts Media Literacy Week events in the Post-Dispatch Nov. 12
  • STLCC students participate in creek cleanup project in the South County Times Nov. 14
  • Mary Nelson named STLCC general counsel in the St. Louis Business Journal Nov. 14
  • Dan Kimack discusses college plans for potential unrest in Ferguson on St. Louis Public Radio Nov. 15
  • Steve Long, program participants discuss benefits of  STLCC  job training programs in the Post-Dispatch Nov. 16
  • STLCC student Jelani Brown discusses his plywood protest sign creations in the Tampa Bay Times Nov. 16
  • Former STLCC baseball players Neil Fiala, Mark Forchee inducted into Mon-Clair Baseball Hall of Fame in the Belleville News Democrat Nov. 16
  • STLCC, UMSL and other area colleges collaborate and provide community support through Ferguson unrest in the Columbia Daily Tribune Nov. 16
  • “Wooed and Viewed & Romance in a Flat” performance listing in the Post-Dispatch Nov. 17
  • Wildwood honor society members team with Selvidge Middle School to combat bullying in West Newsmagazine Nov. 17
  • Laura Davidson joins Wildwood staff as director of student services in West Newsmagazine Nov. 17
  • STLCC adjunct instructor Felicia Pulliam and student Rasheen Aldridge Jr. appointed to Ferguson Commission in the Post-Dispatch, The Guardian, Lodi News-Sentinel, Houston Chronicle, Myrtle Beach Online.com Nov. 18
  • Forest Park’s Ena Primous receives MCCA Classified Staff Achievement Award in the St. Louis American Nov. 19
  • Forest Park student Tony Marr Jr. discusses racial profiling in West Newsmagazine Nov. 19
  • Former Forest Park student Rasheen Aldridge Jr. is youngest member of the Ferguson Commission on KSDK-TV Nov. 19
  • Rusli Halim notes Workforce Solutions Group data report on STEM jobs in Missouri in a letter to the editor in the Post-Dispatch Nov. 20
  • Mark Potratz named director of public safety and emergency management in the St. Louis Business Journal Nov. 20
  • Workforce Solutions’ Becky Epps discusses the Boeing pre-employment training program as a successful partnership with companies and community colleges on Netwell.com Nov. 20
  • STLCC hires Franklyn Taylor and Mary Nelson listing in the Ladue News Nov. 20
  • STLCC trains skilled technicians at the Bio-Research Growth Development Park at the Danforth Plant Science Center on St. Louis Public Radio Nov. 20
  • STLCC ranks second in fall 2014 FTE enrollment in the St. Louis Business Journal Nov. 21
  • STLCC does not anticipate closing campuses in advance of potential unrest in Ferguson on St. Louis Public Radio Nov. 21
  • “Wooed and Viewed & Romance in A Flat” event listing in the Webster-Kirkwood Times Nov. 21
  • STLCC Foundation presents five Ferguson Challenge Grant Scholarships in the St. Louis American Nov. 24
  • STLCC cancels classes in anticipation of grand jury decision in the St. Louis American Nov. 25
  • STLCC closes all locations due to unrest in Ferguson in the St. Louis Business Journal Nov. 25
  • STLCC to close all locations due to unrest in Ferguson on Inside Higher Ed.com Nov. 25
  • STLCC cancels classes through Dec. 1 due to Ferguson unrest in the Chronicle of Higher Education Nov. 25
  • Florissant Valley student Xavier Souter discusses the reaction to grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case on msnbc.com (http://www.msnbc.com/andrea-mitchell-reports/watch/nationwide-protests-continue-through-holidays-364021315594) Nov. 26
  • STLCC graduate Mary Boehne discusses her career as a pastry chef at Strange Donuts in the Riverfront Times Nov. 27
  • STLCC to cover cost of funding shortfall for students on A+ scholarships in the Post-Dispatch Nov. 29
  • Florissant Valley to host FIRST Tech Challenge and FIRST LEGO League championships in the Post-Dispatch Nov. 30