It’s Homecoming once again, and in Columbia that means Tiger football, a hall of fame grand marshal, an ex-CIA agent turned broadcaster, a parade, and more!
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A $30 million private gift initiates a $200 million athletic facilities improvement plan.
Quint Newcomer, BA ’89, builds the first LEED-certified home in Athens, Ga.
Kylar Broadus, JD ’88, becomes the first openly transgender person to testify before the U.S. Senate.
Cub Hub offers activities for kids and study space for student parents.
Caryn Rousseau, BA, BJ ’00, covers everything from the NATO summit to Fashion Week.
Robert Benfer, professor emeritus of anthroplogy, makes an important archaeological discovery in Peru.
Students’ raids of the campus winery inspired a poem by Eugene Field.
Gregg Scheller, BS ME ’79, launches a startup that produces instruments for cataract surgery, among other things.
The Tigers are poised for a headlong leap into America’s toughest football conference.
Check here for a map of 2012 Homecoming festivities, including the parade, and a lineup of events.
Meet the 2012 Homecoming directors, and glimpse their take on life, love and Homecoming.
John Kadlec, better known as "Mr. Mizzou," is the 2012 Homecoming grand marshal.
Alumnus Scott Wallace treks a South American jungle to locate the last uncontacted tribes.
A retired Mizzou professor’s video series educates students and colleagues about living with cancer.
The Ernie and Lottie Sears Plant Growth Facility houses the research of 22 scientists.
Howard Richards, BA ’88, joins Mike Kelly in the Tiger Radio Network broadcast booth.
Mizzou works to conserve food and feed the hungry.
MU is one of three U.S. universities using Brainsight MRI technology for veterinary patients.
Mizzou football’s International Student Day attracts about 120 students from all continents but Antarctica.
The MU-KU Border Showdown continues in club sports.
Target H.O.P.E. founder Euclid Williamson helps send 4,000 minority students to college.
Psychology Professor Ines Segert wins a 2012 William T. Kemper Fellowship Award.
John Cummins develops student group Mizzou MedPride to raise awareness of LGBTQ health issues.
The Mizzou Concrete Canoe Team builds a 215-pound canoe. It floats, barely.
MU Research Reactor scientist John Farmer is shaping silicon’s role in electronics.
Psychologist Laura King studies what people think meaning is and how they come by it.
The Mizzou Alumni Association awards a faculty-alumni award to Etti Naveh-Benjamin.
Former NASA astronauts Linda Godwin and Steven Nagel bring a jet engine to Mizzou.
The remodeled University of Missouri Press will emphasize digital technologies and student participation.
MU named its historic quadrangle after a former Missouri governor and university advocate.
Missouri’s grape and wine industry is an economics engine.
Journalism Professor Mike Jenner expects more newspapers to begin charging for digital content.
Animal science professor Jeff Firman develops a better turkey diet.
Norris Stevenson was the first black student-athlete to attend Mizzou on a football scholarship.
Alumni share a priceless gift on Valentine’s Day.
The Zwillenberg family help the Tiger spirit survive amid legions of KU fans.
Saskia Chaskelson, BS ’11, helps children in Kenya.
Liz Forkin Bohannon, BJ ’07, MA ’09, creates jobs for Ugandan women.
MIZZOU magazine is an important tradition.
Chi Omega sorority sisters return to the Rho Alpha chapter house one last time.
For the Mizzou Alumni Association’s new volunteer president Jim Gwinner, MU is a family affair.
See if you recognize anyone on this page from the 1988 Savitar.
A shared faith brought together Josh Kennedy, BS ’12, and Elizabeth Angelo, BS Ed ’12.
Twins Kellie Bray, BS ’98, and Kristie Larson, BS ’98, recount college days.
Alumnus Mel West’s charitable organization provides hand carts to people with disabilities.
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