Matt Roloff, of TLC’s “Little People, Big World,” spoke Tuesday night at Jesse Auditorium as part of Celebrate Ability Week.
Bar owners, police and student conduct officials contribute to the team.
The organization started as a discussion group.
The three presidential slates discussed issues such as sustainability and accountability.
The new service will provide clients with a bag of food every month.
The turbine will be open to students and faculty for research opportunities.
About 30 participants played in preparation for November's weeklong event.
Campus Dining Services has no plans to change recipes at Rollins Late Night or Baja Grill.
The slate is focusing on sustainability, accountability and diversity.
Events will include a presentation from TLC’s Matt Roloff.
Sowers helped discover the relationship between heart disease and diabetes.
Participants turned in more than 494 pounds of medication.
Due to multiple insurance violations, the Missouri State School Fund will be $1.5 million richer.
Fireworks possession is now considered a more serious offense than marijuana possession.
The Improv Festival was first held in 2009.
The Tigers say a new mentality led to their Georgia sweep.
An offside ruling cost Missouri the chance to overcome Tennessee.
Will Ebner's performance in the 21-16 win was the latest reason for his teammates' respect.
In this cyber-crazed society, why do we salivate for the ambiguous thoughts of a teenage stranger?
Whitney Little tied a school record in the Tigers’ 3-0 win.
Freshman wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham receives chants of "MIZ-DGB" during the Texas Tech basketball game on Jan. 28 at Mizzou Arena. Green-Beckham was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana, along with two other football players, on Wednesday night.
Matt Roloff of TLC's “Little People, Big World,” describes how his dwarfism has transformed his life Tuesday night at Jesse Auditorium. The event took place as part of Celebrate Ability Week.
Senior Kip Edwards takes down Central Florida wide receiver Rannell Hall during Saturday's game in Orlando, Fla. The Tiger's face Vanderbilt on Saturday at Faurot Field.
Brendan Jennings chokes Mark Raterman, both of Cook County Social Club, on Saturday night in Stotler Lounge. Cook County Social Club performed as part of the Mizzou Improv Festival.
Wellness Resource Center Director Kim Dude watches a public comment session about the proposed server training ordinance. Dude serves as chairwoman for the Access to Alcohol Action Team, a community coalition that works to encourage responsible drinking.
The Residence Halls Association hosted the Missouri Students Association presidential debate Monday in Chamber Auditorium. The debate allowed MSA members to attend and listen to presidential and vice presidential candidates advocate their positions about issues on campus.
Graduate student Marcus Mayes photographs the PASSIONATELY P!NKed OUT PICTURE on Monday at Tiger Plaza. The Mizzou Black Men's Initiative and Zeta Tau Alpha gathered to take a photo and collect funds for the Zeta Tau Alpha Foundation, which supports breast cancer awareness and research.
MSA Director of Student Services Nick Droege cuts the ribbon alongside Assistant Director of Campus Activities Kathy Murray on Monday outside Tiger Pantry. The pantry opened to provide food to students or faculty in need.
Missouri Students Association presidential candidate Tom Wright and vice presidential candidate Bo Mahr shake hands with junior Dalton Jarvis on Monday before the MSA debate. MU students will decide between the three slates Nov. 5 to 7.
Graduate student Zedilson Almeida waits behind a tree to fire at an opponent during an abridged game of Humans vs. Zombies on Saturday in Peace Park. The club typically meets there on Saturday afternoons.
Columbia citizens met Monday at City Hall for a City Council meeting. The council voted 4-3 to make the possession of fireworks within city limits illegal.
Workers check the generator's battery and engine as the wind turbine generator arrives at the construction site of the Campus Facilities lot. The turbine, measuring 130 feet tall, will be the first wind turbine located on campus.
Junior James Franklin passes the ball downfield Saturday at Bright House Networks Stadium in Orlando, Fla. Missouri defeated the Central Florida Knights 21-16.
Sophomore Whitney Little spikes the ball over the net Sunday at the Hearnes Center. The Tigers beat the Georgia Bulldogs in three matches.