September 13, 2012
Taylor Burghard, 14, is the founder of TekChick Designs, a company that reuses old computer parts to make creative jewelry.
September 12, 2012
MU renewed its annual Fall Fest on Wednesday on the Mel Carnahan Quadrangle with an National Pan-Hellenic Council step show and free food provided by Columbia businesses, among other festivities.
Mary Hull-Lovett became the first female pastor of the 145-year-old St. Paul A.M.E. Church on Park Avenue seven years ago.
September 11, 2012
Events around Columbia commemorated Sept. 11 and honored military veterans. MU hosted a Patriot Day barbecue that honored staff and student veterans, and Awakening America Alliance hosted its fifth annual event commemorating 9/11 victims.
Rabbi Avremi Lapine spoke at Hillel, the Jewish Campus Center at MU, about the Jewish new year and the triumph of the human character. On Rosh Hashana, the rabbi blows the shofar to mimic the cry of a child in the hopes that God will show his people compassion and give them blessings in the new year.
To mark the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, students at the Columbia Independent School placed a flag on the school's lawn for each of the 2,977 people killed in the attacks.
September 10, 2012
Granny's House, located in the Douglass Park Housing Projects, offers an after-school hangout for children living in the neighborhood.
Current and former members of the Missouri women's soccer team host a clinic to teach young players the fundamentals of the game.
Giggles Thrift Shop in Columbia illustrates the increase in resale shops across the country
September 9, 2012
Many black women are giving up chemical based treatments such as relaxers and straighteners to return their hair to a more natural look. Revelations about the dangerous nature of these chemicals have sparked this back-to-natural-hair trend.
September 7, 2012
The University of Georgia team and its fans are arriving in Columbia ahead of Saturday's game. Preparations are going on all around town.
September 6, 2012
Visitors to the MU Campus Gallery and Museum Crawl experience mantises, music and more. People of all ages experienced unique exhibits at nine stations set up throughout MU.
Joe and Jan Pullen of Lyerly, Ga., began setting up their recreational vehicle in Cottonwoods RV Park on Thursday. The Georgia fans travel to most of the team's away games.