Karen Buzzard is the author of Holding Pattern: How Communication Prevents Intimacy in Adults
Francie Wolf talks about obtaining U.S. citizenship with a tutor for the program English as a Second Language.
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Dean of Library Sciences Karen Horny talks about the September 21st re-dedication of Meyer Library.
Deborah Biggs talks to Kay Murnan about a new study that examines the impact of domestic violence on the workplace.
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Springfield, MO President Bush's lawyers say he can attack Iraq without congressional approval despite provisions tothe contrary in the war powers act. KSMU's Missy Shelton has perspectives on this issue from three local experts.
Francie Wolfe talks with a plaintiff in a sex discrimination lawsuit in honor of Women's Equality Day.
Mark Biggs talks with an environmental expert about public safety concerns for those who enjoy recreational activities in area lakes and streams.
Graduate student Melanie Miller Short talks about the SMS International Business Programs Study Tour to South America.
Dr. Lloyd Young examines the latest efforts to provide health care to the indigent population of Springfield.
Patrick Scott talks about the Certificate of Public Management now offered through SMSU.
Mark Biggs talks with Jim Anderson about the transportation funding package contained in Proposition B.
Don Landon talks about the SMSU Centennial Book.
Deborah Biggs talks with Melissa Haddow about underage drinking in Greene County.
George Swales discusses the implications surrounding recent events related to the stock market.
Francie Wolfe investigates the impact of federal Patriot Act on libraries across the country.