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Growing, Together

MU researchers hope their model of cooperation can help feed the world.


Hear Them Roar

Black women leaders lead the way for others at MU.

page from the 1952 <i>Savitar</i>

Yearbook ’52

See if you recognize anyone on this page from the 1952 Savitar.

Mary Nelson

Mary Nelson: A First of Many Kinds

Alumna credits success to Mizzou.

David Curtis fording a river

His Own Drumbeat

David Curtis hikes to support scholarships.

woman posing with a bear

Into the Wild

MU alumna and Fulbright Scholar takes a walk on the wild side.

John C. Merrill

The Philosopher of the J-School

Journalism giant John Merrill not to be forgotten.

couple standing on the equator marker in Uganda

Windows to the World

MU Peace Corps fellows enrich the Columbia community.

four-piece jazz band plays on dark stage

A Love Supreme

School of Music students jazz up the joint.

Carolyn Henry, Cottrell Fox and Brady Deaton

The Foxes and the Hounds

St. Louis couple gives more than $5 million to College of Veterinary Medicine.

Eliot Battle

Peaceful Battle

A documentary by MU faculty and staff tells the story of Columbia civil rights leader Eliot Battle.

Cristian Lupsa

This Romanian Life

MU alumnus and Romanian native starts his own magazine.

Whitney Martin portrait

Nursing with Open Hands

Alumna trains in midwifery in Guatemala.

Fred Hawthorne

Members of the Academies

Several MU faculty serve the National Academies of Science.

Fred Hawthorne

How Big is Nano?

MU’s renowned cancer researcher knows the next big thing in medicine comes from thinking small.

The Valongo Slave market in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, c.1820 Source: Valongo, c.1820. JPEG. Voyages: The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database.

Adding to Black History

MU professor paints complex picture of slave trade.


Author Visits Campus

Alumna author visit delights English students.

Marian Minor

Not Done Yet

MU emeriti tell of their careers and passions.

portrait of Jacob Huskey

Breaking the Code

MU student looks for new equation.


From Poem to Primetime

J-School alumna covers it all for CNN.

portrait of Gary Cotton

Covering His Bases

J-School alumnus Gary Cotton catches job with

two dogs in front of a group of search and rescue workers

Working Paw and Hand

Kathleen Kelsey researches, trains and volunteers with detection dogs.

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.

illustration of santa throwing presents down to houses

Plasma Micro-thrusters: Santa’s Little Helpers

MU research could make Santa’s job easier.

portrait of Joanna Hearne

Filling the Bookshelf

Film studies professor published two books in December 2012.

couple standing in front of a wall of photos

Debra’s Journey

Medical professor gains better understanding of life through husband’s struggles


Serving the Land

MU alumnus takes education abroad and revolutionizes industry.


The Grinch Who Stole Sales Taxes

A largely tax-free Internet is costing Missouri millions.

students prepare to use a video camera

Calling the Shots

Film studies class produces festival-worthy short.

a man walks between 75-foot-tall boilers

MU Fires Up Biomass Boiler

The long-awaited boiler will use sustainably sourced biomass.

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