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Campus Trees Lost to Drought

MU to plant 150 new trees by 2014.

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Altruistic Giving

A couple with no formal connections to MU gives $1.3 million for medical research.


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School of Medicine Receives Largest Grant

MU uses IT to make health care better, cheaper and more personal.

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Top of the Game

Another record-breaking enrollment for MU.


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Kicking It Old School

The Mizzou soccer team makes noise in the SEC.

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Tapping the Microbrew Market

A group of Mizzou alumni and an MU dean start up a local brewery.


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Alumni Bookshelf

Check out books by alumni.

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Pyramid Scheme

A group of 1970s graduates returns to campus to rebuild the living pyramid of their student days.


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Nursing School Makes MU History

MU’s largest research grant will improve care for older adults.

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Candidates All Over the Map

MU experts score presidential foreign policy debate.


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Professor Emerita Honored for Lifetime of Translation

“Petch” Peden won the Ralph Manheim Medal for Translation.

Half of the students were required to file 10 tweets during Tuesday's debate and the other half didn't as part of the study conducted by Mitchell McKinney, associate professor of communication, and Ben Warner, assistant professor of communication.

Presidential Town Hall Debate Gets Aggressive

MU experts weigh in on the candidates' performances.


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Alumni Honored for Service to Journalism

Five MU alumni awarded with Missouri Honor Medal.

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Faculty Experts Critique Candidates’ Performance

Panel of MU professors opine on the first presidential debate.


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Tigers in the Shark Tank

Watch MU alumni take their new product to ABC’s Shark Tank.

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A Dream Come True

Jason Forbach, BM ’00, portrays Enjolras in the 25th anniversary production of Les Misérables.


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Hybrid ExecMBA Creates New Opportunities

Trulaske College of Business attracts full-time professionals.

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MAA Leaders Get a Lesson on the SEC

SEC history buff Mark Windham speaks at MAA Leaders Weekend.


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Roll Em: One Mizzou

Jingle king Jack Smith, BJ ’62, has written another ode to MU.

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Launching Tiger Landing

The Mizzou Alumni Association invites football fans in to warm up on game days this fall.


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Reception to Celebrate First Coulter Projects

A $5 million partnership encourages commercialization of biomedical research.

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University of Missouri Press Update

Former MU Chancellor Richard Wallace to co-lead press transition.


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Sprucing Up the Place

A $30 million private gift initiates a $200 million athletic facilities improvement plan.

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Brainsight Helps MU Doctors Save Dogs, Cats

MU is one of three U.S. universities using Brainsight MRI technology for veterinary patients.


Tianyu Liu from China practices her agility during a football drill with coaching from  former Tigers wide receiver Brad Ekwerekwu. MU students from every continent but Antarctica attended Mizzou football’s International Student Day to learn about the popular American sport April 28. Photo by Rachel Coward.

Students of the Game

Mizzou football's International Student Day attracts about 120 students from all continents but Antarctica.

The MU-KU Border Showdown will continue in lacrosse, hockey and a number of other club sports in 2012–13.

Border Showdown Continues

The MU-KU Border Showdown continues in club sports.


Euclid Williamson received an honorary degree in May 2012. Photo by Rob Hill.

Target: Graduation

Target H.O.P.E. founder Euclid Williamson helps send 4,000 minority students to college.

Ines Segert. Photo by Nicholas Benner.

Teaching to Learn

Psychology Professor Ines Segert wins a 2012 William T. Kemper Fellowship Award.


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Mizzou MedPride

John Cummins develops student group Mizzou MedPride to raise awareness of LGBTQ health issues.

Photo courtesy of Mizzou’s Concrete Canoe Team.

What's Concrete But Floats Like a Boat?

The Mizzou Concrete Canoe Team builds a 215-pound canoe. It floats — barely.


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