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STLCC Graduate Named Riverview Gardens School District Teacher of the Year

St. Louis Community College graduate Brent Sweeney recently was named the 2019 Riverview Gardens School District Teacher of the Year. The St. Louis native is a fourth grade teacher at Moline Elementary School and has worked in the district for five years. Sweeney earned degrees from both STLCC and the University of Missouri-St. Louis. He […]

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Montage staff members display their awards after the Missouri College Media Association Convention.

The Montage Named Best Overall Two-Year College Newspaper by MCMA

The Montage, the student newspaper at St. Louis Community College-Meramec, was recently recognized as the Best Overall Two-Year College Newspaper at the Missouri College Media Association’s annual convention and awards ceremony. The Montage earned first place as the Best Overall Newspaper in the two-year college division; first place in the Sweepstakes category, which recognizes the […]

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Left to right, front row: Fred Ortlip, Teri Maddox, Neftali Acosta, Soroda Nasiri, Jason Ethridge, Timothy Bold and Cameron Kuntz.
Left to right, back row: Victor Paletta, Arrak Hutcherson, Lulu Ali, Daniel Shular, Joshua Phelps and Jonny Geigle.

Scene Newspaper Earns 27 Awards at MCMA Convention

The Scene, St. Louis Community College-Forest Park’ student newspaper, won 27 awards at the recent Missouri College Media Association Convention. The Scene placed second in the Best Overall Newspaper category, which represents judging on three complete issues; and second in the Sweepstakes category, which tallies total number of awards and assigns more weight to higher-level […]

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Marquette Senior Earns Diploma, College Degree Simultaneously

Ever since she can remember, Lillian Hayward has had aspirations of working as a museum educator. Although it’s not a common career path, Hayward’s participation as a teenager in two museum education programs helped solidify her plans. This spring, Hayward will be one step closer to making her dreams a reality. Through participation in St. […]

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Marshall elected to STLCC Board of Trustees

Anne Adams Marshall will be sworn in for a first term as a Subdistrict 3 representative on the St. Louis Community College Board of Trustees at its April meeting. Incumbent Joan H. McGivney chose not to seek reelection. Marshall, a 34-year employee of Neiman Marcus in retail sales, defeated Paula Savarino, a recently retired 21-year […]

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Seeking IT pros – STLCC Information Technology Career Opportunities

St. Louis Community College is hosting a career opportunities event to screen and interview candidates for information technology jobs. STLCC IT Career Opportunities is exclusive to the College, and seeks to fill several positions, salaries commensurate with experience. Interested participants should be prepared with resumes for screenings and interviews. STLCC IT Career Opportunities Tuesday, April […]

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Meramec Horticulture Department to Host Annual Plant Sale

Thousands of plants, grown in the campus greenhouse by horticulture students and staff at St. Louis Community College-Meramec, will be part of the annual plant sale, slated April 25-27 on campus, 11333 Big Bend Road. The plant sale is hosted by the Meramec Botanical Society and horticulture program. A preview sale open to STLCC students, […]

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Meramec SGC Fosters Communication between Students and Administration

The Meramec Student Governance Council (SGC) recently has focused on building and maintaining open communication between students and administration. To that end, the SGC on March 26 is hosting a forum for the candidates running for the Subdistrict 3 seat on the College’s Board of Trustees, providing an opportunity for students to better understand the […]

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this piece by Oliver Wiseman from Eureka High School was voted the overall winner in the 11th annual Eco-Art  Exhibit at STLCC-Wildwood.

Eco-Art Exhibit Showcases Top-Level Talent from Local High Schools

Dozens of students from five local high schools showcased their artistic talents in St. Louis Community College-Wildwood’s 11th annual Eco-Art Exhibit, March 4-8. The juried art show, “Sustainability: It’s An Art,” featured two- and three-dimensional artwork that speaks to an environmental consciousness in either the theme of the artwork or the materials used in its […]

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