Mizzou remembers alumnus Robert Loggia.
Dr. Frank Mitchell did much to bring emergency medicine into the modern age.
Generations of Tiger fans will remember Mr. Mizzou.
Osmund Overby, who helped preserve MU architecture, died June 1, 2014.
Mizzou alumnus, anesthesiologist and philanthropist Russell Shelden died June 20, 2014, at 92.
MU alumnus Billy Vineyard, whose research won the Nobel Prize, dies.
J-School alumna remembers fellow Tiger and photojournalist Bill Eppridge.
Philanthropist and entrepreneur James Stowers, BA ’47, dies.
Win Horner was a pioneer for writing at MU.
Former Missouri Rep. Ike Skelton died Oct. 28, 2013, at 81.
Beloved MU football assistant Coach Harry Smith dies.
Iconic sci-fi author Richard Matheson dies.
Arvarh Strickland, MU's first black professor, leaves a perpetual legacy.
Eliot Battle, a leader in integrating Columbia’s schools, died June 11.
MU professor will be remembered for his Show-Me sauce.
Marian Hamburg, a pioneer in school and community health education, died Oct. 12, 2012.
Journalism giant John Merrill not to be forgotten.
Hugh Stephenson leaves a lasting impact on MU’s School of Medicine.
Norris Stevenson was the first black student-athlete to attend Mizzou on a football scholarship.
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