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Hunting for the Haunted

Editor's Note: This article was previously published on this website on October 13th, 2018. Happy Halloween! So, as to not cast any shadows on the whole concept and theory of occult studies, let me begin by introducing you to a psychic investigator and a former member...

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Attention: MAM Wins Sapphire Award!

Mid-America Mensa (MAM) received some well-deserved recognition during the recent 2022 American Mensa Annual Gathering.  In Class II, MAM was awarded a SAPPHIRE for a variety of its activities and accomplishments -- earned by the local group as a whole.  Basically,...

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In Memoriam: Karen Larkin

It was with shock and dismay that we learned of Karen Larkin’s passing. Karen passed away on Saturday, June 11th, 2022. She was a good friend to many of us personally and to Mid-America Mensa (MAM). Her support for MAM goes back many years including serving as:...

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Theodore Talk: Sam Levey

Theodore Talk: Sam Levey

On the Sunday afternoon of March 27th, 2022, at roughly 2:30 pm, Sam Levey, who is a PhD student of Economics & Public Administration at the University of Missouri--Kansas City and who, in addition, has several other fascinating interests like he once was a...

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Mensa Scholarships Available!

Mensa Scholarships Available!

Mid-American Mensa is proud to be participating again this year in the Mensa Education and Research Foundation Scholarship Essay Contest. Entry forms are now available at www.mensafoundation.org/scholarships. The application form is online, and applicants will submit...

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Acclaim: MAM Wins Sapphire Award!

Mid-America Mensa (MAM) received some well-deserved recognition during the recent 2021 Mensa National Awards. In Class II, MAM was awarded a SAPPHIRE for a variety of its activities and accomplishments – earned by the local group as a whole. Basically, groups can earn...

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Theodore Talks: Dr. John Laudun

Dr. John Laudun has been selected to be the first speaker of Theodore Talks, our new speaker/talk series. He is scheduled to speak May 23rd, 2:00-3:00 pm in the MAM Zoom room. The speaker’s information for this lecture immediately follows below. TITLE -- Vernacular...

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MAM Wins Sapphire Award!!

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