The national debate over intellectual diversity arrives in Jefferson City on Tuesday, when the House Higher Education Committee is scheduled to take up a bill that would require Missouri universities to document efforts to protect students from political bias in the classroom.
Elaine Lawless will be the first to tell you that we are all storytellers.
MU College of Veterinary Medicine student Kristen Schweizer feels the mucosal lining of a cow’s stomach for her gastrointestinal physiology class.
MU’s student government has begun a search for a student representative to the University of Missouri System Board of Curators. Missouri Students Association president Rachel Anderson said applications will be collected through April 4.
Mark Arcobasso trekked from office to office to fill out the paperwork for his business license, food and liquor licenses and tax information when he opened Domenico’s Restaurant in Jefferson City 15 years ago.
The nearly 1,200 MU students who have signed up for the Cdigix music service since MU began offering it in 2005 will have to find another source for their MP3s.
On Friday afternoons at 3 p.m., most students at Smithton Middle School are outside swapping stories about their day, waiting for rides home or nailing down plans for the weekend.
SHAWNEE, Kan. — The Kansas City area already has museums targeted to children. But backers of a proposed children’s museum based on literature say the market can bear one more and that the proposed museum’s focus would make it a regional destination.
When Ricky Hughes arrived at The Fieldhouse, a Columbia sports bar, on Saturday night, he was wearing an oversized, gold necklace around his neck. Hanging from the necklace was a charm that read “N2.”
Oklahoma sophomore Courtney Paris didn’t play against the Tigers until almost three minutes into the game. It was the first time she hasn’t started a game in her college career.
One bad inning was all it took to keep the Missouri baseball team from recording two shutouts in the Service Academy Classic on Sunday in Millington, Tenn. Instead, the Tigers split the day’s games and finished the weekend’s tournament with a 1-3 record.
The Missouri softball team won its first tournament of the season at the Lacy’Back Invitational on Sunday in Fayetteville, Ark., with a 10-7 win over Wichita State.
CHICAGO — The Chicago Blackhawks’ success is often tied to Martin Havlat’s production.
KANSAS CITY — Chiefs defensive end Jared Allen wants out of Kansas City.
JEFFERSON CITY — Beginning this week, the Missouri Department of Conservation will ban hunters from using lead shotgun ammunition at 21 of the department’s conservation areas.
When master beekeeper Jann Amos started losing hives early in November, he didn’t think too much of it.
The city parks department is integrating community service and the outdoors in a program designed to get volunteers looking at bugs, handling plants and wading into murky waters.
LOS ANGELES — The big surprise of the Academy Awards on Sunday came with “The Departed” winning both best picture and the best director award for Martin Scorsese.
JEFFERSON CITY — The answer: Cable TV, telephones and large livestock farms.
In anticipation of tonight’s 79th Annual Academy Awards, the Missourian found five Columbia residents to predict who will take home Oscars in nine categories. The individuals are as diverse as their predictions. The Oscars air tonight, at 7 p.m., on ABC.