Higher Education

Bringing Back Hogue: Hogue Hall Memorial


Hogue Hall once occupied the center of the campus for Greenville College in Greenville, Illinois. For 150 years it stood as a symbol of the college. Its history could be called revolutionary. In 1855, Almira College for Women was founded by Reverend John Brown White and Stephen Morse. In the 1850’s women’s colleges and a […]

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Making an Impact: Mizzou Medical Expansion Brings Services to Many


Did you know that 90% of Missouri’s counties lack adequate access to health care professionals or that Missouri ranks among the top 20 states with residents older than 65? By 2030, people over 65 will represent 1/5 of all Missourians. To address this aging population and critical physician shortage, the University of Missouri formed a […]

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Bon Appétit! BR&P Updates New Dining Hall for MSU Students


 It’s back-to-school time and, like college campuses everywhere, the Missouri State campus is springing back to life!  Before all this new semester commotion, BR&P was hard at work during the quieter summer months renovating Blair Shannon, a residential and dining hall.  Students can now enjoy meals in an updated, brighter and more efficient space. With […]

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Historic Hotel Turned Residences Revitalized for Students


Built in 1926 as the Kentwood Arms Hotel, Butler, Rosenbury & Partners has completed three major renovation projects at what is now known as Kentwood Hall, a Missouri State University residence hall. In 1988, BR&P completed the first major renovation of the former hotel into student residences, and in 2002 BR&P renovated its dining facility. […]

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