The Tigers led by as many as 31 points in the second half.
The device is about the size of a stick of gum.
The lawsuit could help MSA create a syllabus archive.
Napoleon Chagnon and Martin Daly are joining the faculty as research professors.
The faculty council hopes to measure university effort to enhance diversity.
The treatment could lead to human testing.
The event welcomed students and staff back to school.
The moratorium would have given the council a chance to investigate C-2 zoning regulations.
Fluoridation and fluorosis are concerns among Columbia citizens.
Bernhard hopes to make the department more open to Columbia citizens.
The senator adopted a child from Russia before the ban took effect.
Thirty out of 34 schools will be affected by the new program.
The first two training sessions are being offered next weekend.
The new grant will allow program expansion in 2013.
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The site has captured female audiences like none before it.
The senior's will to improve has been an integral point of success for the wrestling team.
Regardless of accusations, Haith still has a season to finish.
The guard has averaged 14.4 points per game.
The Tigers pulled the game to within one point midway through the second half.
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Napoleon Chagnon, an American anthropologist who specializes in ancient warfare, poses for a portrait in his office Thursday. Chagnon's new book, "Noble Savages," detailing his experiences with the Yanomami tribe, will be released next month. He joined MU's anthropology department Jan. 1.
Graduate student Brady Gall shows his portable X-ray source device on Wednesday. Heading a team of six graduate and doctoral students, Gall recently published a paper explaining the device's ability to provide an inexpensive and portable source of radiation for doctors.
Students enjoy fun and games at the Queer Spring Fling hosted by the LGBTQ Resource Center on Wednesday. This was the fifth annual Spring Fling and one of many events the resource center has planned for the semester.
Sgt. Joseph Bernhard, the new Public Relations Unit supervisor for the Columbia Police Department, sits at his desk in his office. Bernhard moved into the position after Jill Schlude was promoted to captain and took over the Operations Support Division.
Columbia residents rise from their seats to show support for the demolition moratorium at Tuesday's City Council meeting. A supporter for the moratorium took the podium during the public comment period and asked for all those who want to save the Niedermeyer building to stand.
At approximately 7:57 p.m., a fire broke out downtown at the Mingus Law Office at Trapp Law Firm, located at the corner of Walnut and Sixth Street. There were no occupants inside when the fire broke out.
A Columbia Fire Department official is interviewed after the fire at the Trapp Law Firm on Walnut Street. The official told reporters that the fire began inside of the public defenders office.
The scaling ladder on the firetruck is fully extended after the crew attempted to extinguish the fire from above the building. The fire was successfully put out with no injury to firefighters.
A fire created by unknown causes leads to a blockade at the east section of Walnut Street between Sixth and Seventh streets.
Junior Bri Kulas scores at Thursday's game against Arkansas. Mizzou shot 25 percent in the first half and were losing by as many as 10 points to Arkansas.
Redshirt sophomore guard Jabari Brown dunks the ball during the game against South Carolina on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena. Brown contributed 17 points to Missouri's 71-65 win.