A 29-year old Chicago man made a stop in Sedalia earlier this week, as part of a nearly 3,100 mile walk across the country, in an effort to raise money and awareness of the drug and gang violence in many inner-city neighborhoods.
In an effort to help promote energy efficiency among students, faculty and staff members, who commute to campus, the University of Central Missouri has recently installed new commercial charging stations for electric vehicles.
Hollywood producer and director Grant Curtis will return to his hometown of Warrensburg and alma mater of the University of Central Missouri as the featured guest and keynote speaker for “From Warrensburg to Hollywood…and Back,” at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 30th, in UCM’s James L. Highlander Theatre.
Holocaust survivor, Eva Mozes Kor, will bring her message of forgiveness in the face of cruelty and evil to the University of Central Missouri in a free, public presentation at noon Friday, October 28, in Elliott Union 236.
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