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British Invasion inside Hendricks
Sion Owen, a recent graduate of Oxford University in England, and Kenneth Fleming, a graduate of Glasgow University in Scotland, came to UCM as part of a 26-school U.S. tour.
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Award-Winning Professor Lights Up Theatre Program
Central Missouri's Department of Theatre office is not spacious, but it is a constant beehive of activity. Students come and go, waiting in chairs outside offices of individual instructors for insight and advice that will allow them to succeed.
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Eclectic Collection Is Researchers' Treasure Trove
Stepping into the Arthur F. McClure II Archives and Museum, you become immediately surrounded, amazed and intimated by feelings of history. From a photograph of UCM?s first graduating class to a recent photo of a Mules national championship baseball team, the archives documents  the university?s history as well as the interests and passions of various faculty, staff and alumni.
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Archives Named for McClure, Collector Par Excellence
Art McClure saved stuff. The basement of his home was a well-catalogued archive of pop culture. The late UCM professor emeritus of history had a similar passion for preserving the institution's history, a commitment that helped to develop the university's archives and museum.
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Lost Boy of Sudan Survives War, Crocodiles; Finds Welcoming Home at Central Missouri
From the slaughter of people in his small Sudanese village to a life-threatening 1,000-mile trek, barefoot and often alone though jungle and desert, Daniel Lazaro is one of thousands of young men known worldwide as the "Lost Boys of Sudan."
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Today's Gen. Y about Technology, Speed, Family
Generation Y are thought to be the troublemakers of society and out of control, but has anyone sat down and asked Generation Y what they think? A survey conducted by UCM, through online interactive sessions with teens from Missouri and across the U.S., shows that Gen Y, the people born between 1977 and 1994, do not like the idea of labeling.
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