No Means No… in Any Language


 

No Means No… In Any Language – 2004 – During 2004 and 2005, I was teaching the audio-visual class at my alma mater, St. Louis. I had my students compete in the annual Hawaii Student Film Festival. This competition focuses on creating public service announcements on substance abuse. For this year, they made an anti-drug public service announcement. Out of all the schools in Hawaii, we won first place.

 

St. Louis police officer accused of assaulting handcuffed man

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LOUIS • The Police Department suspended a St. Louis patrolman and is seeking a felony charge against him for allegedly beating a trespassing suspect who was handcuffed and sitting in a wheelchair at the Lumière Place Casino downtown. Officer Charles …
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UF preparing two new programs to deal with student drug use

Filed under: Drug Abuse St. Louis

The findings of a twin study done by Washington University's medical school in St. Louis, which will be published this month, showed that milestones such as parenthood, marriage and employment are delayed due to substance abuse, Scully said. In 2005 …
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Milwaukee Brewers (48-56) at St. Louis Cardinals (56-49), 8:15 p.m. (ET)

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Veteran southpaw Randy Wolf aims for a 10th career win against St. Louis tonight when the Milwaukee Brewers visit the Cardinals for the opener of a three-game weekend series at Busch Stadium. A second-round pick of the Philadelphia Phillies in 1997, …
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