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Anthony Cross

Lawyers In Training

A Mizzou School of Law graduate talks about his life-changing experience at the MU Family Violence Clinic.


Determined To Be First

First-generation students at MU face a variety of challenges.


Finding Freedom's Path

A Mizzou alumna helped free a woman imprisoned 32 years for killing her abusive husband.

José Gutiérrez

No Accounting for Hard Work

From immigrant to company president, José Gutiérrez has made the most of America.

Arvarh Strickland

Transformative Teacher

Arvarh Strickland, MU's first black professor, leaves a perpetual legacy.

Gov. Jay Nixon

Nixon Asks for Support of Veto

Gov. Jay Nixon warns that overturning his tax cut veto would hurt the state's economy.

Tyler, Nathan and Chris McCormick

The Brothers McCormick

For 12 years, the McCormick brothers have represented Tiger wrestling.

Emily Johnson

Watching the Watchers

MU’s Institute of Public Policy helps the state keep parolees out of jail.


Chancellor Honored for Leadership

Deaton noted for contribution to foreign economic development.

James Rollins family portrait

Understanding History, Understanding Today

Corps of Discovery lecturer discusses slavery and homicide in antebellum Boone County.

Tim Evans

Excellent Teaching

2013 Kemper Fellowships for Teaching Excellence announced.

Cottrell and Kay Fox

Spaniel Spurs $5 Million Cancer Research Gift

Major gifts to MU fund cancer research, scholarships.

Chad Troutwine

Movie Maker & Shaker

Lawyer, movie producer and entrepreneur Chad Troutwine continues to conquer.

Juanqui Pane

The Inner Journey Home

An MU student drives home after graduation — to Paraguay.


MU’s Policy Institute Raises its Profile

MU’s Institute of Public Policy looks to build its reputation in Missouri’s policy arena.

Matt Ronken

Sell Me a Story

A Nestlé Purina executive extolls storytelling in marketing.

Richard Gates

Rubber Meets the Road

Retired senior VP gives back.

cornell hall

Best Case Scenario

All SEC schools head to CoMo for inaugural MBA Case Competition.

Bernie Esser stands in front of his four MU degrees in his former residence on Highland Street in Columbia in fall 2012. Photo by James Sterling.

A Lifelong Student

Alumnus earns 500th credit hour at MU

Marly McMillen

Food for Writing

Marly McMillen, MBA ’01, writes a popular vegan food blog.


One Mizzou in Vietnam

Four Mizzou grads serendipitously connect halfway around the world.


Hear Them Roar

Black women leaders lead the way for others at MU.

Mary Nelson

Mary Nelson: A First of Many Kinds

Alumna credits success to Mizzou.

couple standing on the equator marker in Uganda

Windows to the World

MU Peace Corps fellows enrich the Columbia community.

Harry S Truman in graduation cap and gown speaks at a podium

Why Everyone’s Wild About Harry

Harry S Truman has enjoyed a decades-long renaissance in reputation.


The Grinch Who Stole Sales Taxes

A largely tax-free Internet is costing Missouri millions.

family portrait

Alumnus Discusses Social Media Responsibility

Darryl Chatman speaks at MU’s Celebration of Teaching.

Four More Years — But Now What?

MU experts analyze what a second Obama term will mean.

Bronze statue of Thomas Jefferson

How the Presidency Changed Forever

Sick of the campaign? Blame the 12th Amendment.


Candidates All Over the Map

MU experts score presidential foreign policy debate.

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