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Tigers vs. Jayhawks

When the Border Mattered Most

Book from Sports Illustrated writer revisits Mizzou football’s greatest win.

Dolores Hentschel

Lifelong Performance

Whether teaching or acting, this educator connects with her audience.


Mizzou study abroad in Tanzania

Teaching Outside the Box

Donor-supported study abroad trips help College of Education students.

The Deaton family

Brady and Anne

The community honors both Deatons at farewell reception.


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The Thinking Man’s Lineman

Beloved MU football assistant Coach Harry Smith dies.

Larry Drew

Buck Up

A former Mizzou hoops star helms an up-and-coming NBA team.


John Criswell

International Appreciation

A Mizzou doctoral student helps Mizzou pursue its international mission.

Gus Ridgel

A Master Trailblazer

Finances kept Gus T. Ridgel’s MU enrollment brief, but his legacy has helped a generation.


Cindy Mustard

Take a Ride on the Tiger Trolley

Cindy Mustard uses her Mizzou childhood roots to share the history of CoMo and MU.

Gloria Newton and John Logsdon

Columbia’s CORE

A first-person account of race relations in Columbia in the 1960s by John Logsdon, BS PA ’63.


Elie Gardner, BJ ’06, made this photo of prisoners engaged in Full Body, a fitness program combining dance, Tae-Bo and kickboxing, at the San Juan de Lurigancho Prison in Lima, Peru, June 14, 2013. The 1,200 prisoners, wearing colored uniforms corresponding to their cellblocks, worked out for three hours in an attempt to set the world record for the most people simultaneously performing the exercise.

Full Body

Mizzou alumna documents social and environmental issues in Peru.

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175 years, from 1839 to 2014

The University of Missouri will celebrate its 175th anniversary in 2014.


Mizzou's Global Footprint

MU’s Global Footprint

Mizzou is an international force.

Charles Menifield

Giving Back

Professor Charles Menifield is paying it forward with a new endowed scholarship.


David Fleming

All About Patients

MU faculty physician to lead American College of Physicians in 2014–15.

Kayla Knierim and Kelsey Brown

Communicating Clearly

Mizzou connection helps MU senior land internship at Fox.


Thom Lambert

Law School Names Endowed Chair

Major gift creates new endowed chair for School of Law.

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A Look Back

Brady J. Deaton retires as chancellor after nine years.


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The Making of a University

Mizzou celebrates 175 years as a global leader in teaching and research.

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A Timeline of Mizzou Achievements

MU faculty, students and alumni make strides throughout 175 years.


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Humble Families, Humble Beginnings

The donations of 900 Boone County residents 175 years ago keep paying dividends.

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Play Me Something Quick and Devilish

Missouri is a stronghold of traditional fiddling.


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Sometimes You Can Go Home

Agriculture students learn to assess the realities of returning to the family farm.

Larry Smarr

Gut-level App

Apps and the future of health care.


The Simmons family

The Great (Columns) Society

Mizzou Alumni Association honors annual donors with new giving society.

Todd McCubbin, M Ed ’95

Thanks to You

Volunteers carry Mizzou spirit worldwide.


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Tigers Brewing

Four MU alumni are powering the rapid expansion of a new St. Louis craft beer company.

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Yearbook ’77

See if you recognize anyone on this page from the 1977 Savitar.


Richard and Christa Payton

More Than Friends

The Paytons celebrated their second anniversary Nov. 12, 2013.

Penny Wares McDowall

Penny on the Beach

Mizzou alumna finds her dream job.


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