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Peterson Photography Lecture Series presents “Seven Billion Stories” with Lance Thurman, Oct. 9

Lance Omar Thurman, an international professional photographer and visual storyteller, has captured memories, moments and experiences through the lens of a camera for more than 19 years. “Seven Billion Stories – A Photographer’s Coming of Age Through Travel and Pictures” is sure to be a compelling, visually stunning and interesting conversation with Thurman at the […]

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“Abstract Chaos” Debuts at STLCC-Wildwood

Sean Frye will show his work, “Abstract Chaos,” Sept. 5-Oct. 20 at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood’s Gallery of Contemporary Art. The exhibit includes 16 digital and mixed media works of art. The community is invited to view the exhibit and meet Frye at a reception held in his honor 4-6 p.m. Sept. 20. The Gallery […]

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Shayne McCrady

McCrady Places Second in World Culinary Competition

A graduate of St. Louis Community College recently was the first runner-up for the Global Young Chefs Challenge Hans Bueschkens Trophy. Shayne McCrady, who graduated from the culinary and pastry programs at STLCC-Forest Park in 2015, competed against 10 other chefs under the age of 25 from around the world in the competition in Kuala […]

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Snapshots of Success at STLCC — Fall 2017

For 55 years, St. Louis Community College has served as a vital resource for the St. Louis region. The college’s rich tradition of success is rooted in its outstanding students and staff, its innovative programs and offerings, and its unique ability to adapt to workforce and community needs. STLCC has much to be proud of, […]

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Paul Langdon

STLCC Graduate Wins Mid-America Regional Emmy Award

St. Louis Community College graduate Paul Langdon won his first Mid America Regional Emmy Award for Best Audio-Live or Post Production for the program “I Love Jazz” on HEC-TV. Langdon is the weekend supervisor at KCFV-FM, the radio station located at the college’s Florissant Valley campus. He graduated in 2012 with an associate degree in […]

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Students Retrace D-Day Invasion

Nearly two dozen students from community colleges across Missouri embarked on an academic adventure of a lifetime this summer with St. Louis Community College. Organized through STLCC’s Global Institute, a partnership supported by Maritz, students spent nine days exploring firsthand narratives of World War II military and civilian culture, including the conception, planning and execution […]

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Tisius Company Bridges Gap between Deaf and Hearing Consumers

St. Louis Community College graduate Shelly Tisius saw a gap in the Deaf Communications industry and seized the opportunity to fill it by starting MT & Associates (MT&A). MT&A provides expert sign language interpreting and consulting, with its sole focus on bridging gaps between Deaf and Hearing consumers. MT&A pursues its mission with a task […]

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STLCC Interns Help Company Grow Seeds of Innovation

NewLeaf Symbiotics  recently closed on $24 million Series C financing, taking the company closer to large-scale agriculture. According to information provided by NewLeaf,  the company will use the invested capital to commercialize seed treatment and in-furrow products for soybeans, corn, wheat, peanuts and other crops. The company is tripling the size of its research and development […]

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Josh Sargent

Son of Former STLCC Soccer Player Stars for U.S. National Teams

The son of a former St. Louis Community College soccer player is making a name for himself on both the United States men’s U-17 and U-20 teams. Jeff Sargent was a defender on the STLCC-Florissant Valley men’s soccer team in the late 1980s. His son Josh is only the second U.S. men’s player ever to […]

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