Oct. 24, 2014
With a win, Missouri will become bowl-eligible.
Oct. 23, 2014
The former West Virginia University provost stressed the importance of student feedback and increasing faculty loyalty at MU.
Missouri students partake in nation’s largest blood drive.
By Neeti Butala
After occurring for two years, the Homecoming concert tradition will not continue this year.
By Lydia Birt
Additions to ‘Traditions Plaza’ will honor legacies and promote Mizzou’s future, offering more than just a gathering space to students and Columbia community.
The university is honoring the descendants of 900 Boone County citizens who helped found the university.
Annually, the food bank distributes about 28 million pounds of food to about one third of Missouri, according to their website.
By Amy Wasowicz
With only two actors, the theatre department’s latest play promises to hit heavy subjects and leave audience thinking.
I would like to say that as a student-athlete, I have to combat the “dumb jock” stereotype, but everyone pretty much expects swimmers to do well in school. Still, the demands of class can be hard to deal with in addition to swimming. At times, it can seem like we ...
By Daniel Witt
Clark and Sauerwein said they both want to play soccer professionally.
Oct. 22, 2014
By Ruth Serven
“I think the proper way to do this is at the state level,” Mayor Bob McDavid said.
Missouri Senate will not be included for Boone County this year.
By Annabel Ames
MU still has three buildings that have ranked 0.5 or higher on the Facilities Conditions Needs Index.
In fall 2013, there was an oversupply of 902 beds.
By Edna Smith
In which I elucidate what college virgins have to do with John Quincy Adams
By Nina Ruhe
As great as college may be, home definitely has its advantages.
By Lily Cusack
The complaint against an affectionate same-sex couple went too far
Because no one should be caught wearing a non-North Face fleece jacket.
By Ruth Serven
The new franchise hopes to succeed despite competition.
Nicklow is the second Greek student at MU to die this semester.