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Bacteria vs. Viruses

MU scientists have found a new method to combat deadly “super bugs.”

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Invasive Emerald Ash Borer Threatens Missouri's Trees

The emerald ash borer makes inroads into Kansas City.


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The New Personality Trait

Health care providers should pay attention to patients’ personalities and spirituality.

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Generation First

Senior Ashlee Reece is on a mission to help other first-generation MU students.


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Missouri Press Update

The University of Missouri Press reopens under new management.

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Be Well — Work Forever

Research shows retirees’ health suffers after first leaving the workforce.


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No Doctors, Mo’ Problems

MU medical school pursues Springfield expansion.

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Alumni Bookshelf

Check out new books by alumni.


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Pearce Wins Geyer Award

State Sen. David Pearce, BS Ag ’84, champions education.

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Hoping to Survive

Hope Driskill, BA ’12, is taking her Miss Missouri crown to Survivor.


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The Foxes and the Hounds

St. Louis couple gives more than $5 million to College of Veterinary Medicine.

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Adding to Black History

MU professor paints complex picture of slave trade.


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MUPD Solves Professor’s Murder

DNA evidence is key to solving case.

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Author Visits Campus

Alumna author visit delights English students.


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Filling the Bookshelf

Film studies professor published two books in December 2012.

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‘Enough is Enough’

MU officials remember Sandy Hook victims during memorial service.


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Serving the Land

MU alumnus takes education abroad and revolutionizes industry.

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Calling the Shots

Film studies class produces festival-worthy short.


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MU Fires Up Biomass Boiler

The long-awaited boiler will use sustainably sourced biomass.

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A Quieter Cannon

Ammunition shortage leaves 'Little Joe' transitioning to softer sound.


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Chicken of the Soy

Columbia leaders sample soy-based chicken strips created by MU researchers.

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Reynolds Journalism Institute Receives $30 Million Endowment

Reynolds Foundation guarantees permanent funding for journalism institute.


Four More Years — But Now What?

MU experts analyze what a second Obama term will mean.

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Bock Soy

Soy-based chicken invented by MU scientists to roll out nationwide.


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Full House

Residential Life plans for growth.

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Mark Twain Hall Gets a Redo

Workers remake Mark Twain Residence Hall inside and out.


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M-I-Z, Zoo

Mizzou partners with Missouri zoos to support our endangered mascot.

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Focusing on Autism Spectrum Disorder

MU researchers study children's pupils to detect autism earlier.


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Three Pamphleteers

Three students garner the Geyer Award, one of the Mizzou Alumni Association’s highest honors.

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Greek Town Gets a Facelift

Beta Theta Pi’s new digs.


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