After a 36-year career in broadcast journalism and many years of work at MU, PBS NewsHour anchor Jim Lehrer died in his home on Jan. 23.
Prier discussed how cyber warfare has been used against the U.S. and its citizens.
The program looks forward to the future of food science in nutrition, preservation and modern technology.
Robert Naka attended MU after spending nine months in a Japanese internment camp during World War II.
“I think this is a litmus as well as an example for equality and to open a dialogue about race and justice and collaboration in our country,” graduate Jeff Beckham said.
All the proceeds go toward the School of Music’s new building.
The Grand Marshals are the tri-chairs of the new campaign Mizzou: Our Time to Lead.
“Frame by Frame” will be premiering at SXSW in Austin, Texas on March 15.
The award celebrates advocacy for and contributions to MU.
Jenski left MU in 2005 to pursue a career in the film industry.
Pohle’s story received over 900,000 views online.
A new messaging app allows users to send messages up to 25 years into the future.
During last year’s race, Anderson raised more than $30,000 to assist underprivileged schoolchildren in the Columbia area.
“Blood Sport” was released in July and has received positive reviews from media outlets like The Washington Post.
MU alumnae create longform magazine highlighting female voices
2014 graduates Joey Greenstein, Jessica Smith and Jackson Hobbs have become brand ambassadors for Oscar Mayer.
Make a Difference Intimate Apparel (MADI) donates underwear to help women all over the world.
The idea for Juettner’s novel was sparked by a class assignment at MU.
Gemkow and Pfeifer offer unique perspectives on life through art.
Whether you knew it or not, Columbia and MU have bred some pretty big names.