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EIU standouts set to challenge<br>MU women's basketball team

Stopping Eastern Illinois’ two leading scorers will be the main focus for the MU women’s basketball team Thursday night at Mizzou Arena.

Abortion documentary stirs Columbia audience

On Wednesday, a Columbia audience watched “Lake of Fire,” a documentary about the abortion rights debate. Its graphic visual content has ignited controversy. The film was shown as part of a film series on religion and politics.

'Messiah' to be performed at MU

Handel’s “Messiah” is being performed on Thursday. Here’s some of the story behind the famous oratorio.

MU junior bass player brings emotion to performance of “The Messiah”

MU junior Katie Krawczak takes ten years of bass-playing experience to the University Philharmonic and Choral Union’s joint performance of “The Messiah.”

MU volleyball team<br>breaks free of Iowa State

Former Columbia mayor, businessman remembered as loyal public servant

Howard Lang Jr., a former Columbia mayor, died Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2007, at Boone Hospital Center. The 95-year-old had been a president of MFA Insurance.

Big turnout for MU's ultimate tournament

The MUtants, Missouri’s ultimate, team finished 19th at their home tournament against stiff competition.

Visioning report draft released by city

A report with the Visioning Committee goals for the future of Columbia has been released for the public.

Rumor of 3M closing proves false

Workers at the Columbia 3M plant received a letter from a federal workforce agency stating that the plant was closing, but plant officials said this is untrue.

School district should listen to public concerns

The Columbia Public School District should model good citizenship and find alternative ways of communication with citizens.

Funds needed for this year’s Jingle Bell Run

Although 30 Field Elementary School children are hoping to participate in this year’s Jingle Bell Run, many of them lack the funds to enter.

Police investigating armed robbery at ARC

Police are looking for three men suspected of stealing a van Tuesday night. The same vehicle and suspects may be linked to another incident at Hyvee.

Carelessness is not plagiarism

After the cancellation of his Missourian column, John Merrill questions the deeper meanings of plagiarism.

Planting democracy

Sloppy second half mars Tiger victory

The MU men’s basketball team won big on Tuesday night to advance to the championship rounds of the O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic, despite a sloppy second half.

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