• The Missouri River Cultural Conservancy

    Posted on October 6, 2009 by in Student Work

    Project aims to archive the art and music of the Central Missouri River Region.

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  • Cuba, Missouri: Mural City

    Posted on September 30, 2009 by in Student Work

    A mural depicts Cuba, Mo., resident Wilbur Vaughn photographing Bette Davis outside the Cuba Hotel in 1948. Years ago, tourists traveling along historic Route 66 may not have stopped in Cuba, Missouri, population, 3,500. However, in 2007, a project created 12 murals on Cuba buildings along the route. With producer JJ Stankevitz, KBIA’s LaurieAnn Wojnowski tells us […]

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  • Chinese mystery snails

    Posted on September 29, 2009 by in Student Work

    Left: Missouri Department of Conservation invasive species coordinator Tim Banek holds the shell of a Chinese mystery snail. Middle: A zebra mussel monitor in Lake of the Ozarks reveals the rapid reproduction rate of invasive species.  Right: Biologist Greg Stoner lowers a net and small canister into the water to test for invasive species larva in Lake of the […]

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  • Turkey Population

    Posted on April 28, 2009 by in Student Work

    The turkey population in Missouri has reached a record low.

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  • Convergence Sequence News

    Posted on April 7, 2009 by in Student Work

    The Convergence faculty have made the big move. They and the Futures Lab staff have taken up residence in the Reynolds Journalism Institute. Joining the faculty this fall is Victoria Lim, an award-winning reporter for the Tampa Tribune and WFLA-TV. Two new Futures Lab editors are also assisting students in our Fundamentals, Reporting and Editing […]

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