Pollinators are extremely important in food production and there is not adequate regulation or monitoring to ensure their protection.
The process isn’t too confusing when given the right resources.
The Deal With Documentaries: ‘Anita’ delves into the controversial appointment of Justice Clarence Thomas
The 2013 documentary explores the idea of sexual harassment and its prevalence in the political world.
Participants were encouraged to stand in solidarity for the rights of all Americans as a part of something bigger than themselves
As Mark Twain once said, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it often rhymes.”
From Donald Trump to mumps, this year truly sucked.
Each of the candidates that are currently representing the Columbia area in the Missouri House of Representatives voted against UM System budget cuts.
Director of MU’s Political Communications Institute Mitchell McKinney: “I’ve been a political junkie my whole life.”
Sexton has previously served as a lecturer and tutorial fellow at the University of Oxford.
In face of funding cuts and enrollment shrinking in MU, three gubernatorial candidates talk about their plans about MU.
Josh Hawley: “What the Bible says of how to live life…that’s where I come down and defend.”
If news outlets nationwide reported the truth in all its ugliness, Trump would find himself suing more media than he can afford.
If conservative senators try to block the nomination, they would actually increase the chances of a liberal victory.
After Trump’s loss and Sanders’ near victory on Monday, there’s no telling how the next competition will end.
Both our university and our nation have been facing tough issues, and as students and citizens, these issues are relevant to us.
Media enthusiasts listened in on how understand millennial voters and ways to engage the younger generation.
Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont is gaining national attention for his socialistic ideals, and his support is rising as Hillary Clinton’s is dropping.
Columbia Pachyderms President Fred Berry tweeted about his view of the “Delta Gamma VNB’s,” which the Mizzou College Democrats interpreted to mean “very nice butts.”
Mizzou Democrats spokeswoman Jordan Pellerito said she liked that the pope discussed a wide variety of political issues instead of just abortion.
The group plans to host politicians and attend conferences throughout the year.