University specific and citywide events recognized the accomplishments of Martin Luther King Jr. and encouraged modern day activism.
Nash: “We were trying to bring about the best society we could for (this generation) to be born into and come of age into. Future generations are going to look to you to do the same.”
Meyer: Those who engage in hateful discourse ought to be ashamed of themselves.
Pitts is currently the ninth living Medal of Honor recipient.
Although some preachers in Speakers Circle spew hate, refuse to retaliate with the same behavior.
Whenever two sides of an issue cannot agree on the guidelines for a discussion, an argument is sure to fail
At 19 years old, Martinez enlisted in the U.S. Army, where his Humvee hit a roadside bomb that burned 34 percent of his body.
As a transgender man who is deaf, Kristal is an advocate for the LGBTQ community.
Cox spoke to a sold-out crowd at the Missouri Theatre Monday.
The critically acclaimed actress and transgender movement advocate will serve as the keynote speaker for One Mizzou.
Dave Romano of Active Minds spoke at MU Wednesday night to discuss the stigmas associated with mental illness in young men.
The world-renowned scientist and advocate will speak as a guest lecturer Sept. 17.
PostSecret founder Frank Warren spoke to Mizzou students Monday night at the Missouri Theatre.
Smart discussed her trials and triumphs during and after her kidnapping at Friday’s presentation.
The activist stressed the importance of educating children to fight back.
Kerman will come to MU to inform students on prison reform and her experience with the Netflix series.
Ling, who spent 140 days in captivity in North Korea, spoke about her experience and its aftermath.
He offered a variety of tips for students to keep in mind as they pursue careers.
Michelle Obama declined an invitation to speak at the Spring Life Sciences Symposium.
The "Inception" actor urged students to submit original art for collaboration.