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.
Horace Mann Elementary held a Science Behavior Bash on Friday, which gave students hands-on experiences with science properties and a chance to interact with teacher John Lamar's, Smith-Cotton High School students.
Smith-Cotton High School's Team SCREAM, and other high school robotics teams from around the world learned about their challenge for the 2017 season as FIRST Robotics Competition unveiled this year’s game, FIRST Steamworks, on Saturday.
Elvis Presley died nearly 40 years ago, and every day since, fans have been wondering what could have been. How much more great music would he have made? How many more movies would he have starred in? And what would Elvis look like today if he didn't die on Aug. 16, 1977?
The State Fair Community College Foundation is seeking lip sync battle teams for its “Saturday Night Fever” fundraising event on March 25th, in the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center, on the Sedalia campus.