Aug. 15, 2018
Former Dean of the C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston, Latha Ramchand, has been appointed as the new provost for MU effective August 15, 2018.
The Freshman Council, a new branch of MSA, will include up to 20 students of this years incoming freshman class.
The Coalition of Graduate Workers 2017-2018 coordinating committee worked to receive healthcare and other benefits from MU.
The UM system board of curators held a meeting at MU on June 21-22, 2018.
Small Country by Gaël Faye features Faye’s childhood memories growing up amidst a country in civil war.
A still from Annihilation, a horror- sci-fi film starring Natalie Portman.
First Reformed is an exciting drama-thriller starring Ethan Hawke, who portrays a minister of a historical church.
Missouri athletic director Jim Sterk introduces new Missouri softball head coach Larissa Anderson at a press conference on June 7, 2018. She will be the third to lead the program in as many seasons.
Andrew Garfield in his newest crime comedy film, “Under the Silver Lake,” to be released June 22, 2018.
MUPD hosted its Citizen’s Response to Active Threats to help teach students and staff members how to protect themselves in a threatening situation.
Iranian director Jafar Panahi’s newest adventure film “Three Faces” was a success at the Cannes Film Festival.
Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies Jim Spain is now serving as interim provost.
Senior Rauno Liitmae competes at a 2018 meet for Missouri track and field.
Junior Valieria Kostiuk competes at a meet for Missouri track and field.
Missouri interim softball coach Gina Fogue addresses local media ahead of the 2018 NCAA Tournament, which kicks off in Norman, Oklahoma for the Tigers.
Professors Bill Horner and Heather Carver show off their book, "Saturday Night Live and the 1976 Presidential Election." Their research focuses on how Saturday Night Live influences the public's perception and understanding of politics.