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More Than a Game

Students, alumni and community members enjoy many Homecoming festivities.

Clarence Lo

Thinking Globally

Peace Studies offers lecture on global perspectives.


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What is Healthy Food?

Five MU experts tackle a simple, yet surprisingly nettlesome question.

Thomas Lambert

Gentleman, Educator and Scholar

Law professor named to school’s first privately funded chair.


Patty Wolfe

Top Alumni Awards

Mizzou Alumni Association honors alumni for service.

Buzz Sutherland

A Good, Clean Buzz

Alumnus Buzz Sutherland to perform at Family Weekend.


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New Scholarships Announced

MU makes commitment to attracting high-achieving students.

Missouri state capitol

Doctor, Veterinarian Funding Restored

Expansion of doctor and veterinarian training is back on after Nixon’s veto upheld.


James Nave

Veterinarian Adds Another Honor

Veterinarian James Nave returns to Missouri to receive Iron Paw Award.

Quirks

Quirky Crafts Come to Student Center

Consignment shop for student-made crafts opens today in the MU Student Center.


Corey Matzat

Diverse and Talented

University of Missouri tallies opening day counts.

Brady Deaton

Thinking Beyond Campus

Deaton and wife Anne will lead MU international institute.


Janet Farmer

MU to Host Childhood Obesity Symposium

Multiple factors contribute to obesity.

Emily O'Brien

Next-generation Water Research

An undergraduate researcher is helping to make water safer.


David Mendoza-Cozatl

Lifting Heavy Metals

Plants can get bad metals out of the ground and good metals into your diet.

Kris Hagglund

Health Professions Hires New Dean

Kristofer Hagglund takes the reins as dean of health professions.


Lexington, Mo.

The New Battle of Lexington

MU helps Lexington, Mo., vie for arts dollars.

Gwynn Hall

Reconstructing Nutrition

MU Nutritional Center for Health to open in renovated Gwynn Hall.


Stephen Kanne

Autism Center Broadens Reach

Executive director meets with health professionals across the state.

Strep throat bacteria

Fighting Harmful Bacteria

A new therapy tackles the scourge of strep throat.


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Second Thoughts on Cholesterol Pill

MU research shows downsides to statins, a class of drugs that reduce cholesterol.

Angela Speck

Helping STEM Branch Out

MU focuses on graduate student training in STEM fields.


Bradford Farm

Some is Good, More is Better

Mizzou helps low-income Missourians eat more healthfully.

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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.

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Renovating Responsibly

Maintenance and repair work is becoming a major problem at MU.


Memorial Stadium

Healed and Hungry

The 2013 Tigers look to improve in the SEC.

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The Black and Gold Standard

Use this guide to plan your trip to CoMo.


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Setting the Standard

Meet the 2013 Homecoming directors.

Tracey Mershon

Presidential Priorities

For the new Mizzou Alumni Association president, it's payback time.


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