Jan. 18, 2020
Ph.D. student and transgender studies professor Melina Constantine Miseo was awarded the MU Inclusive Excellence and Engagement Individual Award for their activism within minority communities.
Campus Movie Fest advertises their annual 5-minute movie competition to students in the MU Student Center on Oct. 20, 2019.
MU students and staff gather at the Columns for the annual campus pride photo to support and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community on Oct. 15, 2019.
African performing arts group Wontanara, whose name translates to “we are one”, performs their routine at the CoMo African Dance and Percussion Celebration on Saturday, Oct 19, at Grant Elementary School.
The Asian American Association at the University of Missouri hosts a meeting in Memorial Union Oct. 10, 2019, to discuss the difference in cultural appropriation vs. appreciation in Halloween costumes. The Association, alongside organization Four Directions, used examples like the movie “White Chicks” to discuss what costumes could possibly be damaging to minority cultures.
Mason Ramsey performs at the Blue Note on Oct. 18, 2019 as part of his “How’s Ur Girl and How’s Ur Family: Part II” tour. The country singer became famous after a video of the star yodeling in Walmart went viral and has since found success in the music industry.
Country singer Mason Ramsey simultaneously plays the guitar while singing on stage at the Blue Note on Oct. 18, 2019. The young performer began his career as the “yodeling Walmart kid” and has since released several albums and EPs, performed at Coachella, and is now touring across the United States.
A 3D image of a Tyrannosaurus rex skull showing muscle activation. University of Missouri scientists created one of the first 3D models showing how ligaments and joints in the skull of a Tyrannosaurus rex work.
Junior Tyanna Omazic prepares for a kill during Missouri's win over Tennessee on Oct. 20.
A referee holds back linebacker Cameron Wilkins and free safety Joshua Bledsoe during Saturday's loss to Vanderbilt. Penalties were a problem for the Tigers throughout the game.
Quarterback Kelly Bryant walks off the field following another unsuccessful drive during Missouri's 21-14 loss against Vanderbilt. The Tigers are 0-2 on the road this season, and travel again next week.
The Culinary Discovery Series presented by the MU Campus Dining Services allow students to experience multiple course meals that are uniquely created by executive chefs. The Series occurs in the Culinary Development Kitchen located inside Sabai.
The works of performance artist professor Cherie Sampson’s will be featured during the University of Missouri’s Climate Change Theatre Action program from Oct. 16-20. As part of the 17th Annual Life and Literature Performance Series, the Climate Change Theatre Action project will present short solo performances, poetry, ethnographic adaptations and plays.
The True/False Music program featured the artist Tonina at Cafe Berlin on Oct. 11, 2019. Tonina is an independent singer/songwriter, bassist, music journalist and poet from St. Louis, Missouri who performs her original music along with her arrangements of covers in both Spanish and English.
Sophomore Julissa Cisnerous dribbles the ball away from a Loyola Chicago defender during Missouri's 2-1 loss on Sept. 8.
Redshirt senior Johnathon Johnson runs the ball downfield after catching a pass from quarterback Kelly Bryant during Missouri's Oct. 12 win over Ole Miss. Johnson had 110 receiving yards.
Robert Greene, an MU journalism professor who works with filmmaking and documentary journalism, was recently awarded the Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity.
Promotional Poster for the film "The Lighthouse", starring James Patterson.
Ajay Vinzé, Dean of the Trulaske Business College, hands a cup of coffee to MU alumna Tricia Zimmer Ferguson at the grand opening of the new Kaldi's Coffee location in Cornell Hall on Oct. 1, 2019.
The Mark on 5th Street, one of the MU dining halls located with the Mark Twain Residence Hall.