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ST. LOUIS (AP) - A University of Missouri student group fighting for a coal-free campus is taking its campaign to St. Louis.
Coal Free Mizzou wants university leaders to commit to using renewable energy to completely power the system's campuses by 2015. They plan a coal-free demonstration Friday during the Board of Curators meeting at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Organizers say they will be joined by students from Missouri-St. Louis, Missouri-Kansas City, Webster University and Washington University.
They held a similar silent and peaceful protest at the curators' previous meeting in September and have met with President Tim Wolfe and other top administrators.
The student effort is part of a national Sierra Club campaign that focuses on coal use at U.S. universities.
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