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May. 13, 2018

SEC, NCAA Tournament chances dwindle as Sunday walk-off steals series from Missouri

Published by Jerry Duggan

The Tigers scored just eight runs in the three game set at South Carolina.

May. 12, 2018

Familiar foes Missouri, Kansas State highlight 2018 Paradise Jam

Published by Bennett Durando

The Tigers will take on Kennesaw State in the first round of the pre-Thanksgiving tournament, with former conference rival Kansas State potentially waiting in the final.

May. 12, 2018

For these two Missouri athletes, Eastern Europe is home, but Columbia is where the track is

Published by Owen Krucoff

Valeria Kostiuk and Rauno Liitmae have each settled in far from their home countries to don black and gold, reflecting the trek of many international collegiate athletes.

May. 11, 2018

Higher education budget measure passes both Missouri chambers

Published by Evan Ochsner

The measure restores the $68.1 million previously cut from higher education.

May. 11, 2018

The making of Montes de Oca

Published by Adam Cole

It’s been a winding road of a career for Missouri pitcher Bryce Montes de Oca, and it’s just getting started.

May. 09, 2018

Missouri volleyball adds three transfers ahead of 2018 season

Published by Liad Lerner

Defensive specialists Annika Gereau and Katie Turner and setter Jaden Newsome will add depth in key positions for the Tigers.

May. 08, 2018

Florida’s sweep keeps Missouri softball out of SEC Tournament — which it’s hosting

Published by Hannah Hoffmeister

The team finished its regular season 28-27 and will await its tentative fate in Sunday’s NCAA Tournament selection show.

May. 06, 2018

Bill Hader dons multiple hats for new HBO show ‘Barry’

Published by Victoria Cheyne

The former Saturday Night Live cast member directs, produces, writes, creates and stars in a new HBO show about a hitman turned actor in Los Angeles.

May. 06, 2018

MU Engagement and Extension to work with Missouri communities on solving economic, education and health issues

Published by Regan Mertz

The launch of new MU Engagement websites will allow MU and Missouri communities to collaborate to solve economic, education and health matters.

May. 06, 2018

Wopata, McAteer and Addington inaugurated as MSA president, vice president and speaker

Published by Mawa Iqbal

The More to Roar slate was officially sworn into office during a small ceremony in the Student Center.

May. 05, 2018

Find a study spot to get through the end of the semester

Published by Katie Harff

MU students have access to a variety of locations to get their last minute studies in.

May. 04, 2018

MU’s Engineers Without Borders provides reliable water for town in Panama

Published by Lauren Clerc

The MU chapter of Engineers Without Borders is approaching the end of its project for clean water in Majé de Chimán, Panama. They have designed and began to implement water filtration, distribution and storage systems.

May. 04, 2018

President Choi and Chancellor Cartwright give updates on budget cuts, faculty retention, cost of attendance

Published by Tashfia Parvez

The discussion included plans about the provision of new resources for research, salary increases for faculty members and students’ cost of attendance.

May. 04, 2018

Moscow Festival Ballet impresses audience with ‘Cinderella’ performance

Published by Siena DeBolt

The Moscow Festival Ballet delivered a stunning performance of ‘Cinderella’, using costume and movement to convey expressions and emotion.

May. 03, 2018

Missouri outfielder Cade Bormet in stable condition after collision with wall

Published by Bennett Durando

Bormet broke multiple bones in his face, including his orbital bone, in the collision during Thursday’s game.

May. 03, 2018

Top 5 live: Columbia’s best performances, from theater to concerts

Published by Jane Mather-Glass

This year saw a wide array of live performances that got people dancing, talking and laughing.

May. 03, 2018

MU student takes nontraditional path to success

Published by Sadie Lea

Mary Grace Newman balances her political science studies while devoting her time to the community.

May. 03, 2018

Top students: Christopher Dade distinguishes himself through involvement and scholarship

Published by Charly Buchanan

Dade’s willingness to dedicate himself to his studies and campus organizations has led to many opportunities at MU and beyond.

May. 03, 2018

Lucy Givens: Ranger Commander, community leader and true tiger

Published by Lauren Wilcox

Lucy Givens reflects on her time in ROTC, women’s tennis and her many other organizations that give back.

May. 03, 2018

Top 10 songs: Nicki Minaj returns to her ‘Pink Friday’ roots, Courtney Barnett shares familiar commentary

Published by Jane Mather-Glass

With the school year’s coming to an end, here are 10 tracks to help you through your nostalgia.