Tigers honor their shared pride of place.
Our roundup of the most unexpected things Columbia has to offer.
Mizzou and the Smithsonian Institution restore Jefferson’s marble epitaph.
Kansas City alumni chapter will sponsor Mizzou 175 event.
Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin is installed as 22nd CEO of the University of Missouri.
Mizzou employees and students create a ceremonial mace.
Panelists discuss insufficient funding for university research.
Mizzou Botanic Garden plants 175 trees for 175 years.
Art professor designs signature Mizzou paisley for 175th anniversary.
Mizzou Alumni Association volunteer president has long loved the university.
MU’s statewide role benefits all Missourians.
Smith-Lever Act established Cooperative Extension Service in 1914.
Gardening expert P. Allen Smith plants herbs with children during Mizzou's 175th anniversary event.
175th anniversary history book to be published.
Charlie Digges, BS BA ’40, has celebrated MU’s birthdays since the 100th.
The University of Missouri celebrates its 175th birthday at the MU Student Center.
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.
The University of Missouri will celebrate its 175th anniversary in 2014.
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.
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