Charlie Digges, BS BA ’40, has celebrated MU’s birthdays since the 100th.
The University of Missouri celebrates its 175th birthday at the MU Student Center.
An MU emeritus professor helped rebuild Berlin’s cultural scene after the Nazi regime.
Honors black culture, history and achievement at Mizzou.
Book from Sports Illustrated writer revisits Mizzou football’s greatest win.
MU’s John F. Kennedy biographer reflects on the cultural legacy of the stylized politician.
An English professor recounts the night Academic Hall burned.
See what campus looked like pre-1900s.
Here's more information about the 904 donors who helped bring Mizzou to Boone County.
A first-person account of race relations in Columbia in the 1960s by John Logsdon, BS PA ’63.
The University of Missouri will celebrate its 175th anniversary in 2014.
Generations of fans have cheered the Tigers from Memorial Stadium’s trademark Rock M.
Professor Charles Menifield is paying it forward with a new endowed scholarship.
Mizzou celebrates 175 years as a global leader in teaching and research.
MU faculty, students and alumni make strides throughout 175 years.
The donations of 900 Boone County residents 175 years ago keep paying dividends.
Missouri is a stronghold of traditional fiddling.
Iconic sci-fi author Richard Matheson dies.
The 1993–94 basketball Tigers will be honored during a special game at the Hearnes Center.
Black and gold melds with red during Mizzou Night at Busch Stadium.
The first and last formal Homecoming queen coronation at MU.
Kansas City Alumni Chapter members experience The White House Decision Center.
Much like quilt patterns, readers' opinions can get downright scrappy.
Models of the Missouri State Capitol friezes hang in Jesse Hall.
MU Nutritional Center for Health to open in renovated Gwynn Hall.
One of Columbia's oldest buildings will remain standing.
Three generations of a Linn County family were quilters.
An MU alumna lands her dream job at the Truman presidential library.
Arvarh Strickland, MU's first black professor, leaves a perpetual legacy.
Mark Twain reopens after $21.7 million in renovations.
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