Provost Latha Ramchand sent an email to instructors detailing the rules and conditions for professors using Reading Day.
NWS relies on trained spotters to have accurate on-site weather reporting, which they use to issue watches and warnings.
MU Health Care hospitals and the Veterinary Health Center Hospital will be open, along with Campus Dining Services.
MUPD sends email warning students of subzero temperatures, provides tips for avoiding hypothermia and frostbite
Students weigh the pros and cons of attending classes in the winter conditions.
Boone County Fire Protection District warns of open burning because of high temperature and dry weather.
MU has only had 13 snow days in 176 years.
Currently, the closest two radars are in St. Louis and Kansas City.
Only “situationally critical” employees are required to report to work.
It’s getting cold. Or maybe it’s not. Either way, here’s how to deal.
A short collection of songs to accompany that mid-afternoon nap between classes.
Ain’t it, Jay?
Campus weather service provides a completely student-run forecasting service for MU students.
MOVE columnist MacKenzie Reagan on Columbia’s crazy climate
MOVE shares tips on how to beat the blues that come with dreary weather.
Some water pressure released from the Missouri River caused minor flooding.
This fall, 17 more Joplin residents are expected to attend MU.
The flooding from the levee will affect Mississippi and New Madrid counties.
Many towns in the region have forced residents to evacuate.
There are five campus construction projects in progress.
Layers of bureaucracy could delay federal aid up to one year.