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Meramec's Concert Choir this spring performed at Carnegie Hall.

Meramec Concert Choir Performs at Carnegie Hall

Jerry Myers, professor and coordinator of the Music program at St. Louis Community College-Meramec, believes in taking learning beyond the classroom—even beyond the confines of the campus. And in special circumstances, maybe even beyond the Midwest. In March, the Meramec Concert Choir took learning all the way to New York City with a special performance […]

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Todd Zimmerman's photos were featured on KETC-TV's "Living St. Louis" program.

Zimmerman’s Artwork Featured on Local Television Show

When St. Louis Community College-Meramec student Todd Zimmerman’s photography professor, David Hanlon, approached him about submitting his photography work for a possible chance to be featured on Channel Nine’s “Living St. Louis,” he was completely shocked. “I was honored that Dave (Hanlon) would choose my artwork to be submitted, but I was sure it wouldn’t […]

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STLCC Students Receive Danforth Scholarship

Two St. Louis Community College students will be attending Washington University after receiving the Elizabeth Gray Danforth Scholarship. Rashonda Daniels, who is studying art at STLCC-Florissant Valley, and Joe Gorman, who attends STLCC-Meramec, were chosen as the recipients of this year’s scholarships. Daniels and Gorman competed with students from all disciplines for this two-year, full-tuition scholarship. “I was speechless and […]

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STLCC Student Newspapers Earn 50 Awards from MCMA

Student newspapers at St. Louis Community College earned 50 individual and staff awards in the two-year college division at the recent Missouri College Media Association Convention at Missouri Western State University. The Montage, STLCC-Meramec’s newspaper, received second place in the Sweepstakes category, second for the Best Overall Newspaper, and first place in the Special Section […]

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Lupardus to Receive PTK Award

Carol Lupardus, Ph.D., provost at St. Louis Community College-Meramec, will receive a special award from Phi Theta Kappa at the society’s annual convention April 6-8. Lupardus will be one of 24 college administrators who will be honored with 2017 Distinguished College Administrator Award during PTK Catalyst in Nashville, Tenn. The award is presented to college […]

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Artist Tomasz Koclega to Visit STLCC-Meramec

(Updated with new information April 11, 2017) Internationally acclaimed sculpture artist and professor Tomasz Koclega will visit St. Louis Community College-Meramec April 10-24 to work with the art students, give a public lecture, and create a few site specific sculptures for the campus. Koclega’s lecture is scheduled noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, April 19, in Room 131 in […]

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STLCC-Meramec Hosts Special Olympics Spring Games

St. Louis Community College-Meramec will host the 42nd annual Special Olympics St. Louis Metro Area Spring Games on Saturday, April 29. This event is a qualifying track, field and swim meet for nearly 400 registered Special Olympics athletes in and around the St. Louis metro area as they prepare for the State Summer Games in […]

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STLCC Conducts Sexual Assault Awareness Month Activities

Every day, hundreds of Americans are affected by sexual violence. St. Louis Community College will conduct special events during Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April for students and staff that address the impact of sexual violence on survivors and the people who care about them. Panelists from the college and community advocates will share information […]

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STLCC Students Earn Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Honors

Three students from St. Louis Community College have been named to the Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team. The students are Kyle Luzynski, Jennifer Meszaros and Jamie Sims. This scholarship program recognizes high achieving two-year college students who demonstrate academic excellence and intellectual rigor combined with leadership and service that extends their education beyond the classroom […]

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The Shelley House in the Ville neighborhood was the subject of an impactful Supreme Court decision.

Schneider Works on Civil Rights Documentary

Most St. Louisans are aware of the Dred Scott Supreme Court case and its place in local history. But this famous case, and its divisive aftermath, is not the only judicial legacy of civil rights in St. Louis. The lesser known, but equally impactful, Shelley v. Kraemer decision also originated here when J.D. Shelley, an […]

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