The University of Missouri will celebrate its 175th anniversary in 2014. This issue includes a historic overview, founding family stories, a timeline of accomplishments and more.
Hear Professor Emeritus Howard Marshall play some of his favorite traditional Missouri fiddle songs.
Our alumni are a prolific bunch. Check out more books by fellow Tigers.
Get more information on Mizzou Alumni Association’s Faculty-Alumni Award recipients.
Want to learn more about the Mizzou women’s basketball team? Check out a video Q-and-A.
See more photos of the Riekhof farm.
Read a Q-and-A with First Look photographer Elie Gardner, BJ ’06.
The community honors both Deatons at farewell reception.
Beloved MU football assistant Coach Harry Smith dies.
MU undergraduate helps battle troublesome biofilms on boats and wounds.
A former Mizzou hoops star helms an up-and-coming NBA team.
A Mizzou doctoral student helps Mizzou pursue its international mission.
J-School students take a crash course covering the United Nations.
MU director of international admissions exports the Mizzou brand worldwide.
Finances kept Gus T. Ridgel’s MU enrollment brief, but his legacy has helped a generation.
An English professor recounts the night Academic Hall burned.
See what campus looked like pre-1900s.
Here's more information about the 904 donors who helped bring Mizzou to Boone County.
Cindy Mustard uses her Mizzou childhood roots to share the history of CoMo and MU.
A first-person account of race relations in Columbia in the 1960s by John Logsdon, BS PA ’63.
Young entrepreneurs hatch nation’s largest free-range chicken operation.
Community honors Brady and Anne Deaton for years of service.
Brady J. Deaton retires as chancellor after nine years.
Mizzou celebrates 175 years as a global leader in teaching and research.
MU faculty, students and alumni make strides throughout 175 years.
The donations of 900 Boone County residents 175 years ago keep paying dividends.
Missouri is a stronghold of traditional fiddling.
Agriculture students learn to assess the realities of returning to the family farm.
Mizzou’s basketball teams — men and women — reach for the top of the Southeastern Conference.
Presidential scholar from Nixa, Mo., chooses Mizzou.
Busy MU doctor makes time for exercise.
An MU engineering professor is pioneering a way to make geothermal profitable.
Generations of fans have cheered the Tigers from Memorial Stadium’s trademark Rock M.
A sophomore biochemistry major spends time in the lab.
Undergraduate Matthew Hruska’s research looks at the uterine environment.
Undergraduate researchers study fear and stress.
MU professors are helping rural Missourians become therapy assistants.
J-School students are dominating the hard courts in Beijing.
Mizzou is an international force.
Professor Charles Menifield is paying it forward with a new endowed scholarship.
MU faculty physician to lead American College of Physicians in 2014–15.
Diabetes researcher discovers how to help insulin-producing cells thrive.
Trulaske College of Business to start risk management program with $1 million gift.
J-School student runs custom-painted shoe business.
Mizzou connection helps MU senior land internship at Fox.
Undergraduate research in wound care is propelling Janae Bradley to graduate school.
App transforms Victorian short stories into digital game.
Major gift creates new endowed chair for School of Law.
A professor and a long jumper, both from Bermuda, look to cultivate connections.
Mizzou’s table tennis club blasts straight to the nationals.
Apps and the future of health care.
Mizzou Alumni Association honors annual donors with new giving society.
Volunteers carry Mizzou spirit worldwide.
Four MU alumni are powering the rapid expansion of a new St. Louis craft beer company.
See if you recognize anyone on this page from the 1977 Savitar.
The Paytons celebrated their second anniversary Nov. 12, 2013.
Mizzou alumna finds her dream job.
Mizzou Alumni Association presents Faculty-Alumni Awards.
Iconic sci-fi author Richard Matheson dies.
Check out new books by alumni.
A Mizzou alumnus floats a spicy pickle recipe.
Wife of former Mizzou football standout is a star in her own right.
Four alumna reconnect at Mizzou reunion.
Mizzou alumna documents social and environmental issues in Peru.
The University of Missouri will celebrate its 175th anniversary in 2014.
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