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Suicide Prevention: Springfield Officials Offer Solutions Amid Rising Concerns

Nearly 17 percent of Greene County students grades six-12 considered attempting suicide within the past year. That’s according to a student survey conducted by Missouri Department of Mental Health. And officials say the threat of suicide has been on the rise. On Thursday, Burrell Behavioral Health, Community Partnership of the Ozarks (CPO) and Springfield Public Schools (SPS) joined to host A Million Reasons Why Not: Addressing Suicide in Our Community. About 85 people attended the event at...

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On Election Day, Iran Chooses Between Gradual Reform And Conservative Return

What difference does it make who's president of Iran? It's fair to ask the question on this weekend of Iran's presidential election. After all, the president's title makes him sound like the top official, but he is not. Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, holds far more power. Still, the election of Hassan Rouhani to Iran's presidency in 2013 made a difference. Iranian voters decisively declared that they wanted more openness to the world. And while the people don't have the last...

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End of the Legislative Session

SMS and You News Update 05/29/01

May 28, 2001

Ozarks Public Health Institute Director Dalen Duitsman discusses the role the Institute will play in addressing public health issues.

Red Light Running

SMS and You News Update 05/22/01

May 21, 2001

SMSU Biology Professor John Havel talks about on-going research at the Bull Shoals Field Station in Taney County

SMS and You News Update 05/15/01

May 14, 2001

On this edition of SMS and You, Mary Ann Claypool talks about intersession courses available at SMSU.

End of the Legislative Session

SMS and You News Update 05/08/01

May 7, 2001

Part 2 of a conversation about U.S./China relations with Dr. Xuecheng Liu.

Every Kid Counts

rountree News Update 05/01/01

Apr 30, 2001

This is the latest news update from the Rountree School.

SMS and You News Update 05/01/01

Apr 30, 2001

Dr. Xuecheng Liu is one of the world's leading experts on U.S. China relations. While visiting SMSU on April 25th, he spoke about the new U.S. President and the direction of U.S.-China relations.


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