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Bradford Farm

Some is Good, More is Better

Mizzou helps low-income Missourians eat more healthfully.

Niedermeyer porch

Boone County Bedrock

One of Columbia's oldest buildings will remain standing.

MU wind turbine

A (Little) Windy City

MU installs wind turbine to further Climate Action Plan.

Arvarh Strickland

Transformative Teacher

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

Mark Twain hall

The Adventures of Mark Twain

Mark Twain reopens after $21.7 million in renovations.

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.

Emily Johnson

Watching the Watchers

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

Haris Fazlic

Connecting to Bosnia in CoMo

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


Rest in Peace

Eliot Battle, a leader in integrating Columbia’s schools, died June 11.

Harry and Linda Berrier

The Boss of Sauce

MU professor will be remembered for his Show-Me sauce.


First Person

STEP Program partners medical students with active seniors.

James Rollins family portrait

Understanding History, Understanding Today

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

Charles Worley

Service Runs Deep

Two MU faculty members use personal experiences to benefit the lives of others.

Mizzou Crunch

Passing The Bar

Local chocolate maker teaches CAFNR students.


Hope Springs

Super Bowl commercial’s star foal lives up the road.

Eliot Battle

Battling for Peace

An MU documentary about Columbia’s Eliot Battle shows the power of peace.


Help in the Heartland

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


Battlefield Lessons

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

stone monument to Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity

MAA + NPHC = Fun Night

Black alumni event with National Pan-Hellenic Council scheduled for September.

Nathan Dungan

Money Talk

Symposium focuses on sustainable family finance.

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.

1891 Mizzou baseball team

Take Me Out to the Ball Match

In 1868, baseball was new to the U.S. and Columbia.

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.

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.

Bunny the horse

A Peg Leg Pony Named Bunny

MU vet hospital saves a horse named Bunny.

What If Film Festival

What If MU Had a Film Festival?

MU Film Production Club presents What If Film Fest.


Kiss and Tell

MU staffer chronicles online dating in book and Web series.

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