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St. Louis Police Chief to join nationally ranked UMSL Criminology Department.
UMSL Chancellor Tom George touted important campus news, recognized the work of faculty and staff and discussed university goals, during his State of the University Address Sept. 19.
UMSL has launched a new marketing campaign that features six prominent St. Louisans who credit UMSL for much of their success.
The first-day enrollment numbers show that UMSL attracted its largest influx of new students in 13 years.
UMSL has wrapped another session of its successful STARS program. And a 50-foot-long outdoor sculpture has been installed near Gallery 210.
UMSL student Lydia Vaughan is extra busy these days balancing her school work, a part-time job and a thriving music career. She has a new single out called "Speechless."
Soda drinkers rejoice, UMSL has become a Coca-Cola campus. Plus, UMSL student Joshua McNew will premiere his new movie "The Stakes" at the Tivoli Theatre in University City on July 12.
Future students and members of the UMSL community will have more fitness options on campus after the UM System curators gave final approval Tuesday to a new recreation facility.
UMSL professor Niyi Coker won international recognition for his movie "Pennies for the Boatman" and a group of UMSL students created their own tribute to the sugary summer hit "Call Me Maybe."
UMSL faculty, students and alumni are doing exciting things. Here are some highlights of their hard work.
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