Jul. 19, 2019
Missouri baseball's Austin James sets to step into a pitch during an at-bat in a 17-2 win over Kansas State on Wednesday, April 3, 2019.
Victoria’s Secret recently stated that it is closing 53 stores this year.
Chicago Cubs player Addison Russell was suspended for 40 games for physical and emotional abuse of his ex-wife.
The Columbia activist group, Worley Street Roundtable, logo.
Solomon Davis at The Maneater MSA debate.
MU 2019 Pride Month kicked off on Monday April 1.
The MU Student Health Center.
Teanna Bass is a Textile & Apparel Management major and is CEO/owner of Sweet Tea Cosmetics.
The Netflix original “Most Beautiful Thing” follows the lives of four Brazilian women who want to challenge society’s view of women in the late ‘50s.
The CW’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” series finale will air on Friday, April 5.
Akil Hutchins, CEO of Daad Management.
A still of the “tethered” in Jordan Peele’s “Us.”
he Fab Five from “Queer Eye” won the Outstanding Reality Program award at the GLAAD Media Awards.
Nobel Prize winner George Smith announces that he is donating his prize money to the MU scholarship fund on March 12, 2019.
Sophomore Ellie Wright prepares for the serve. Mizzou Tennis Complex, Sunday, March 10, 2019, in Columbia, Missouri.
A study room in Schurz Hall.
Ibtihaj Muhammad made history by being the first American athlete to compete in an Olympic event wearing a hijab. She won the bronze medal in fencing.
MU students and Columbia residents gather in Speakers Circle to protest as part of the Youth Climate Strike on Friday, March 15, 2019.
The MU College of Education received a $10 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education on Feb. 27, 2019.
Alexia Donovan and Cory Johnson are running for Residence Halls Association president and vice president for 2019-2020.