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The Adventures of Mark Twain

Mark Twain reopens after $21.7 million in renovations.

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Nixon Asks for Support of Veto

Gov. Jay Nixon warns that overturning his tax cut veto would hurt the state's economy.


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Chancellor Search Committee Named

Eighteen-member panel to find replacement for retiring Chancellor Brady J. Deaton.

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An Interest in Student Loans

Congress has a week to avert a jump in student loan rates.


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Deaton Announces Retirement

Chancellor Deaton plans to remain involved at MU.

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Rest in Peace

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


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Health Professions Announces New Leader

School of Health Professions will have its second-ever dean.

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Chancellor Honored for Leadership

Deaton noted for contribution to foreign economic development.


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Breakthrough Cancer-Killing Treatment Has No Side Effects

Funding sought for human trials.

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Eyes in the Skies

Small, radio-controlled helicopters are officially part of the reporting toolkit at MU.


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Mizzou Tuition Inches Up

Board of Curators approves 1.7 percent tuition increase for fiscal 2014.

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The 10,000th Life Member

The Mizzou Alumni Association has arrived at a landmark 10k life members.


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Project St. Louis

The Mizzou Alumni Association ramps up Gateway City programming.

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Mizzou for Life

Mizzou Alumni Association membership is on the rise.


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MAA + NPHC = Fun Night

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

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Marimba Missionary

School of Music student wins young artist award.


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Southern Exposure

The Southeastern Conference partners with ESPN to launch the SEC Network.

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Building Bridges to the Far East

MU Libraries receives large gift of Chinese books.


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A Green Day for Mizzou

Enterprise gives unrestricted gift of $2 million to MU.

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Angels in Performance

Playwright and screenwriter Tony Kushner will speak on campus.


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Dinner and Drinks

Alumna and Simi Winery winemaker hosts dinner at UClub.

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J-Mac Comes Back

Football star Jeremy Maclin returns to his alma mater for charity.


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.

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Charley, Charley, Grow the Barley

Off-season biofuel crops, such as winter barley, don’t hurt food prices.


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BIFAD Challenged to Get Research to Farms

Agricultural development panelists issue challenge to U.S. researchers.

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Working Together at Mizzou

Mizzou faculty present interdisciplinary efforts.


Chancellor Brady J. Deaton, BIFAD chair, presents an Outstanding Leadership Award from the U.S. Agency for International Development and the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities to Bill DeLauder. Photo by Shane Epping.

Around the World in 30 Minutes

BIFAD members report back from developing nations.

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New Money for New Music

Donors aim to make MU a mecca for composition.


Photo by Rachel Coward.

MU Welcomes International Students to CoMo

International students bring enrollment to record high.

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Rolling Rentals

A new campus bike rental program offers students another way to get around.


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