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Climbing SIG News

In order to make our Climbing SIG (Special Interest Group) more accessible to MAM members who may be wanting a ‘higher’ Mensan experience, a one-hour open climbing session is being offered on the 4th Sunday of any month whenever we are climbing at Apex (Overland...

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News & Notes

Did you know that Spring derives from what leaves do (which is spring from their buds) during this next wonderful season? It is also when we can look forward to resetting all of our clocks and watches ahead by one hour. Spring may still be somewhat hidden but it is...

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‘How Intelligent Are You?’ Reviewed

Have you ever thought about IQ tests in the sense that you asked questions like: Why do they exist? What is the education behind them? And, is there something beyond them? As the shortish yet wonderful book about universal IQ tests called How Intelligent Are You?...

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News & Notes

CultureQuest, Mensa's annual trivia contest, is in the very early stages of forming teams according to the February 2019 Mension. Up to two teams will be funded by the Board of Mid-America Mensa. So, if you are interested in testing your trivial mettle against other...

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January Mensa testing rescheduled

Today's Mensa test session, Saturday, January 12th, at Central Resource Library, in Overland Park, has been canceled due to inclement weather. We will plan to hold a session instead on Saturday, January 26th at 10:00 am at Johnson County Central Resource Library, 9875...

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News & Notes

Part of my responsibility in being your MAM web editor is to communicate results, to help show an outcome. It could only boost what may be considered the 'interpersonal' side of this website, right? Well, let me apply a lens to what has been happening across...

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A Book Review of ‘Mensa’

Most people will readily admit that they enjoy reading a good book from time to time. Some people admit to collecting them in a library where they may reside. Books help us to keep track of the wide variety of things going on in our hectic, fast-paced lives. One book,...

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Mensa Testing Discounted in the New Year!

We currently have the following test sessions scheduled in this area. Due to a promotion from American Mensa, testing in January will be at the discounted rate of $39.99 rather than the current price of $60. Saturday, January 12th, 2019 - 10:00 am Central Resource...

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Happy Holidays!

Chris Moose -- ca. 1983. Watercolor on D'Arches rough surface. Published previously in the November/December 2014 issue of WyoMensa, and also found on the cover of the December 2016 issue of the Mension. Chris Moose does sound much like Christmas -- that's because...

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MAM’s Annual Thanksgiving Dinner!

Thanksgiving dinner can help a person stay connected with humanity -- and it can answer some enduring questions as we all acquire a better grasp on the human condition. This holiday celebration could be an effort to keep the genuine and creative spirit of Mensa alive...

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Today in History

1775: Patrick Henry voices American opposition to British policy
1806: Lewis and Clark depart Fort Clatsop
1839: OK enters national vernacular
1919: Mussolini founds the Fascist party

CultureQuest®-ion of the Day

While CultureQuest® might be considered a trivia game or competition, its intent has always been to promote …