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In Print: Housing office offers advice for off-campus living

By Jennifer Prohov | Feb. 4, 2015

Columbia housing is moving more towards luxury, which can create problems, Student Legal Services representative Steve Concannon said.

Campus View Apartments a stress-free place to live

In Print: Campus View Apartments a stress-free place to live

By Carlie Procell | Feb. 4, 2015

The apartments offer a short drive to campus.

Copper Beech delivers for the price

In Print: Copper Beech delivers for the price

By Katie Pohlman | Feb. 4, 2015

If you’re willing to pay a little bit more than average to get a lot more room, this is the complex for you.

The Reserve not exactly the perfect match

In Print: The Reserve not exactly the perfect match

By Maggie Stanwood | Feb. 4, 2015

If I had to, I could live here again ... However, I do have the choice and I am choosing to move.

Campus Lodge offers amenities, good living conditions

In Print: Campus Lodge offers amenities, good living conditions

By Claudia Guthrie | Feb. 4, 2015

The complex includes a private shuttle to campus.

Expanded recycling still out of reach for some residents

In Print: Expanded recycling still out of reach for some residents

By Ruth Serven | Feb. 4, 2015

For residents of many student housing complexes, recycling can be a headache.

In Print: International students find problems looking for housing

By Dun Li | Feb. 4, 2015

MU currently has 2,879 international students enrolled.

In Print: Off-Campus Student Services to host housing fair Feb. 11

By Elizabeth Wall | Feb. 4, 2015

Local property managers, utility and insurance companies and different City of Columbia offices will also be at the fair.

In Print: Roomies 101

By Rachel Phillips | Feb. 4, 2015

Check out these five tips for a peaceful and pleasant roomie relationship.

Yes, downtown infrastructure is still a problem

In Print: Yes, downtown infrastructure is still a problem

By Marlee Baldridge | Feb. 4, 2015

“We’re holding our head above water,” Third Ward Councilman Karl Skala said.

In Print: Skip the excess, know the essentials for apartment living

By Mica Soellner | Feb. 3, 2015

Here’s the what’s what of what to buy for off-campus living.

In Print: Safety tips for apartment life

By Alex Stewart | Jan. 31, 2012

The Columbia Fire Department shares simple tips to make sure you get your security deposit back.

The Maneater guide to affordable decorating

In Print: The Maneater guide to affordable decorating

By Molly Duffy | Jan. 31, 2012

Easy projects that will spice up any residence hall or apartment.

In Print: New homes mean more attention for downtown CoMo

By Alfie Cox | Jan. 31, 2012

The new Ninth Street complex will feature commercial space, competing with Chipotle.

In Print: Res Life prepares for record-high enrollment

By Teddy Nykiel | Feb. 11, 2011

MU intends to use only one extended campus location.

In Print: Wise words for first time leasers

By Jenna Cook | Feb. 11, 2011

Leases typically begin between May and August.

In Print: ASUM lobbies for pair of tenant bills

By Gregory Zajac | March 16, 2010

The bills would give transparency in protection for security deposits.

Prowlfiles: Old 63

By Megan Pearl | March 5, 2010

The complexes at Old 63 offer varied advantages and disadvantages.

In Print: East Campus residents examine neighborhood issues

By Gregory Zajac | March 2, 2010

Some residents believe students on East Campus are nuisances.

Res. Life copes with enrollment nearing capacity

In Print: Res. Life copes with enrollment nearing capacity

By Rachel Allred | Feb. 23, 2010

New regulations would keep freshmen from living at extended campus.

New apartment building planned for downtown

In Print: New apartment building planned for downtown

By Amanda Bromwich | Feb. 16, 2010

The new building will be nestled downtown.

Proposed law could move evictions to small claims courts

In Print: Proposed law could move evictions to small claims courts

By Wes Duplantier | Jan. 26, 2010

Small claims court is a faster process with lower standards of evidence.

In Print: Nuisance ordinance enforced in extended campus

By Rachel Allred | Jan. 22, 2010

The policy accommodates Columbia residents bothered by noisy gatherings.

Mark Twain renovations delayed

By Luke Udstuen | Jan. 6, 2010

The change will delay the completion of Residential Life’s Master Plan for residence hall renovations.

In Print: Tiger Diggs Internet issues cause problems

By Megan Pearl | Dec. 11, 2009

Residents have had problems submitting assignments online.

In Print: Residential Life considers University Village renovation

By Megan Pearl | Dec. 1, 2009

Major renovations to University Village would increase rent.

In Print: New homeowners credit helps MU students buy homes

By Rachel Allred | Oct. 23, 2009

McCaskill is against extending the measure.

In Print: Off-campus crime similar to on-campus

By Samantha Sunne | Oct. 9, 2009

Theft is the most common crime in housing.

In Print: CPD, Hoppe hold safety summit in Sixth Ward

By Wes Duplantier | Sept. 29, 2009

The meeting follows others across the city.

Ameren seeks electricity price hike in cities around Columbia

By Wes Duplantier | Aug. 25, 2009

Communities around Columbia might see an increase next year.

In Print: Security deposits a gray area in leasing

By Will Guldin | June 2, 2009

Reading lease contracts can prevent discrepancies with landlords.