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The New Battle of Lexington

MU helps Lexington, Mo., vie for arts dollars.

Boyd O'Dell

Lifelong Research

At age 96, Boyd O'Dell is still researching and publishing.


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Reconstructing Nutrition

MU Nutritional Center for Health to open in renovated Gwynn Hall.

Stephen Kanne

Autism Center Broadens Reach

Executive director meets with health professionals across the state.


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Fighting Harmful Bacteria

A new therapy tackles the scourge of strep throat.

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Second Thoughts on Cholesterol Pill

MU research shows downsides to statins, a class of drugs that reduce cholesterol.


Angela Speck

Helping STEM Branch Out

MU focuses on graduate student training in STEM fields.

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Some is Good, More is Better

Mizzou helps low-income Missourians eat more healthfully.


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Renovating Responsibly

Maintenance and repair work is becoming a major problem at MU.

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Determined To Be First

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


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Finding Freedom's Path

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

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Family Tradition

Three generations of a Linn County family were quilters.


Mary McMurray

Truman Dreams Come True

An MU alumna lands her dream job at the Truman presidential library.

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Second Chance

Organ transplant coordinator's job begins when patients pass away.


Allison Girvin, Greeley Kyle and Josh Hayes

La Famiglia

Students who complete a journalism degree at MU are part of the family.

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.

Alicia Miles-Olatuja

Standing Ovation

School of Music grad performs on national stage.


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The Adventures of Mark Twain

Mark Twain reopens after $21.7 million in renovations.

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Field of Dreams

Bradford Research Center holds field day, teaches visitors about organic farming.


South America Summer Program

African Queens

Twelve vet med students traveled to South Africa for a wild experience.

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.


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Chancellor Search Committee Named

Eighteen-member panel to find replacement for retiring Chancellor Brady J. Deaton.

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The Brothers McCormick

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


Adam Pitluk

First-class Publication

A J-School alumnus pilots the American Airlines in-flight magazine.

Emily Johnson

Watching the Watchers

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


Deidre Bales-Poirot

Living in the Alley

Nursing doctoral student provides care in Moore aftermath.

AJ Schnack

Stretching the Truth

True/False creator and MU alumni trio team up for Branson documentary film.


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Heavy Lifting

Res Life and CAFNR partner to fell trees on campus.

Haris Fazlic

Connecting to Bosnia in CoMo

MU student expresses love for dance, song and Bosnian culture.


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