Sep. 25, 2018
The newly appointed director of study abroad, Dr. Miguel Ayllon, hopes to expand the study abroad program here at MU.
The MU Bike Share, established in 2012, provides free transportation to students across campus.
The Norm Ruebling Band was the first performance of this year’s Mizzou Football Concert Series.
The MO Jazz Music Festival, originally in Jefferson City, came to Columbia for the first time at the Rose Music Hall.
“Autumn Sweater” by the indie band Yo La Tengo features an organ riff and engaging lyrics.
“Legally Blonde,” starring Reese Witherspoon, features a determined Harvard law student named Elle Woods.
Troye Sivan’s newest album “Bloom” features slower guitar and piano based music.
Battlewhale is a sketch comedy team run by students at MU.
The South Korean pop group BTS song "IDOL" ,featuring Nicki Minaj, is now the most viewed music video online in 24 hours.
What's Poppin', a new business in the student center, offers 5 different gourmet flavors of popcorn.
Missouri midfielder Zoe Cross tore her ACL during Sunday's game against TCU, her first appearance for the Tigers this season.
TCU freshman defender Brandi Peterson and Mizzou junior forward Sarah Luebbert battle for possession during a match between the Tigers and Horned Frogs on September 2, 2018. TCU beat Missouri 1-0 in overtime.
The Spike Lee's newest film tells the true story of a black cop going undercover as a KKK member.
Several students put together a rainbow puzzle while showing off their flower crowns
Provost Latha Ramchand gave an empowered speech during her welcome reception in Reynolds Alumni Center on August 29th.
Linebacker Cale Garrett reaches for the leg of UT-Martin quarterback Dresser Winn during a 51-14 defeat of the Skyhawks at Farout Field on Saturday.
Drew Lock (right) smiles and high-fives wide receiver Johnathon Johnson after throwing him a five-yard touchdown pass with under three minutes left in the second quarter. Lock finished the game with 289 yards passing and four touchdowns. Johnson finished with the lone touchdown and 39 yard receiving.
The Missouri women's soccer team walks off the field after a game-winning goal by Northwestern in overtime. The 16th-ranked Wildcats beat Missouri 1-0 at Audrey J. Walton Stadium.