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Help in the Heartland

When disabilities happen, the Missouri AgrAbility Project helps farmers stay productive.


The Future is Now

The Reynolds Journalism Institute is shaping how journalists deliver news.


Battlefield Lessons

Trauma care in mid-Missouri owes a lot to American soldiers fighting overseas.


If Trees Could Talk

MU researchers use tree rings to look back in time.


Heal Early, Heal Often

Marilyn Rantz keeps elders healthy.

1920 Mizzou basketball team

A Tree of Tigers

Houk family includes four generations of Mizzou alumni.

Ginger Holmes Robinson in Vietnam

Facing Challenges

Ginger Robinson faces the challenges of running a nonprofit organization and beating cancer.

Chad Troutwine

Movie Maker & Shaker

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

Mark Twain

Mizzou’s Mark Twain Scholar Calls It Quits

Tom Quirk retires.

Vicki L. Friedman

Distributing the Basketball

Mizzou alumna wins the Mel Greenberg Award for her women’s basketball coverage.

Lexie Signor

One of Those Kinds of Players

School of Music trumpeter headed to Indiana for doctorate.

Jaclyn Herr

It’s All Greek

Cancer survivor and classics major first in family to graduate.

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.

Matthew Stiens

Marimba Missionary

School of Music student wins young artist award.

Nathan Dungan

Money Talk

Symposium focuses on sustainable family finance.

Margarita with lime in a margarita glass.

The Young and the Reckless

Immature brains, personalities keep Cinco de Mayo drinking parties a place for the young.

Alison Schwartz

One in a Million

Mizzou ’39 recognizes outstanding seniors.

Matt Ronken

Sell Me a Story

A Nestlé Purina executive extolls storytelling in marketing.

Ellis Library

Building Bridges to the Far East

MU Libraries receives large gift of Chinese books.

Enterprise gift announcement

A Green Day for Mizzou

Enterprise gives unrestricted gift of $2 million to MU.

David Crespy

Angels in Performance

Playwright and screenwriter Tony Kushner will speak on campus.

Richard Gates

Rubber Meets the Road

Retired senior VP gives back.

Charlene Nickolaus and Emily Spradling

Lessons Learned

Legacy Teachers program gives medical students a chance to thank patients.

Susan Lueker

Dinner and Drinks

Alumna and Simi Winery winemaker hosts dinner at UClub.

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

David Freese, Engr ’02, is greeted by his St. Louis Cardinals teammates after hitting the game-winning home run in game six of the 2011 World Series. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Keeping the Lineup Healthy

Playing right doctor for the Cardinals, Jason Hand.

Marly McMillen

Food for Writing

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


Charley, Charley, Grow the Barley

Off-season biofuel crops, such as winter barley, don’t hurt food prices.

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