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Kansas Christian College quadruples enrollment in one year

Kansas Christian College is growing and leaders say it’s an answer to prayer and hard work. “We’ve waited a long time for this,” said Chad Pollard, Kansas Christian College’s (KCC) vice president ...

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2016 graduates of Christian high schools announced

Metro Voice congratulates the 2016 graduates of area Christian High Schools. BLUE RIDGE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Skyler F. Atwood Ross M. Bousema Tyler S. Cumberland Jessi  A. Donahoo Ryan P. Hudson Madeline R. Huffman ...

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Holocaust survivor: “I must tell you.”

“You wouldn’t believe it. I want you to know the history.” Her brown eyes welled. “When I went to see our [Holocaust] museum in Washington, I must tell you, they did a ...

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Kansas City Day of Remembrance May 1

Metro Voice is pleased to help bring the Day of Remembrance and March of Remembrance to Kansas City on May 1. The purpose of this event is to honor Holocaust survivors and ...

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MU Athlete Actions Lead to Legislation

A Republican lawmaker in the Missouri house of representatives has proposed a bill that aims to strip scholarships from college athletes (including MU athletes) who refuse to play for non-health related issues. The bill ...

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College is Not a Daycare

Christian university president tells students that College is not a daycare. This past week, I actually had a student come forward after a university chapel service and complain because he felt “victimized” ...

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Conservatives Rally Around Bisexual Professor

A tenured California professor engulfed in controversy surrounding his advocacy of traditional marriage is still awaiting a final sentence from his university after being found guilty of retaliation against a student last ...

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Missouri Common Core Suffers Defeat in Court

Missouri Court of Appeals dismisses Governor Nixon’s appeal, leaves in place trial court judgment enjoining Missouri from paying fees to Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium for Missouri Common Core efforts. On September 17, ...

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Chicago Schools: No Boys in Girls Locker Rooms

  A united Chicago school board is fighting an order from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) to allow a transgender student full access to the high school ...

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High school coach banned from praying says he will continue anyway

BREMENTON, Wash. — A high school coach banned from praying announced he will continue to pray personally after football games despite a school district ordering him to stop or face possible termination. ...

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Kansas City to Host Holocaust Remembrance

Kansas City has become the 58th American City to join a worldwide Holocaust Remembrance and commenoration planned for May 2016. An additional 50 cities around the world are also organizing similar commemorations. Regional ...

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The Value of Sleep

As the days begin to get shorter heading into the second half of the year, I would like to highlight the importance and value of sleep. It’s easy to stay up late ...

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MNU Gets Top Ranking

MidAmerica Nazarene University has been named number one in Kansas among public and private colleges and universities in Money magazine’s “Money’s Best Colleges 2015-2016” rankings. MNU came in number four in Missouri ...

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KCCBS Now Kansas Christian College

KCCBS has become Kansas Christian College and begins offering online degree programs.   After more than 75 years of operation, Kansas City College and Bible School (KCCBS) announced that it will officially become ...

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Missouri Court Rules Consortium Instituting Common Core Unconstitutional

Jefferson City, Missouri – On February 24, 2015, the Circuit Court for Cole County, Missouri ruled in favor of Missouri taxpayer plaintiffs Fred N. Sauer, Anne Gassel, and Gretchen Logue in their constitutional challenge to ...

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