Graduate student Alexander Myers will leave MU in January to study radioactive elements in a nationally-renowned lab.
I remember calling my wife and saying, ‘I’m going to be disappointed if I don’t get this position’ because I saw this place and I had known a lot about it too, but it was nothing like walking on the campus,” Chancellor Alexander Cartwright said.
On-campus, non-campus and public property locations have seen major shifts among liquor and drug law arrests, as well as hate crimes.
“Impeachable Offenses” looks into the legal argument both for and against the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Fisher explained how to find and keep love in modern era, using brain chemistry and biology to connect people.
The collection of books and movies will be moved into a different faculty member’s office every few months.
Homemade cosmetics shop, handmade jewelry shop and homemade popcorn shop will open through the Missouri Student Unions Entrepreneurial Program.
The Disability Center plans to add new parking signs and address accessibility regarding motorized vehicles on campus next.
The “Buckle Up Phone Down” campaign is designed to spread awareness about the dangers of distracted driving and not wearing seat belts.