Hannah injured after fight outside nightclub

Stefhon Hannah

The incident is the latest in a series dating back to last summer and leading coach Mike Anderson to institute a "no tolerance" policy in July.

Marable ovecomes sickness to help MU wrestlers beat Cornell

Key victories for the Tigers included major decisions from senior Josh Wagner, senior Raymond Jordan and sophomore Max Askren.

Former MU photojournalism chairman donates $846,000 for new center

Angus McDougall, former head of the photojournalism department during the 1970s, is donating the money to the MU School of Journalism with plans to create the McDougall Center of Photojournalism Studies.

Going for the dogs

PedNet job openings

The PedNet coalition is seeking applicants for two part-time temporary positions.

Tax rebate gets Columbia residents thinking

Some plan to save rather than spend their tax rebate.

GetAbout Columbia to be discussed in public forum Tuesday

Proposals for six projects to expand Columbia sidewalks, trails and pedways will be up for public discussion Tuesday night.

Cardinal to discuss the media and religion

Cardinal John Foley, the former president of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications, will speak at the Newman Center on relations between media and religion. This is the first time the Newman Center will host a cardinal.

Visiting poets to give readings

MU’s Center for the Literary Arts has worked to bring in poets from Chicago, Seattle and Burlington, Vt.

How to get involved in presidential campaigns

Ready to work? In case you’re looking for a way to get involved, here are some contacts for the various presidential campaigns.

Preparing for the Missouri primaries

With the Missouri primaries less than two weeks away, the amount of time for citizens to apply for absentee ballots and find polling places is running out.

City embarks on solar power project

A partnership between the city of Columbia and Dow Chemical will create a solar power demonstration project at the West Ash Pump Station.

Eastern European press pursues freedom

Since the end of the Communist era, the press in Eastern Europe has pursued independence. Some countries have overcome impediments to a free press, while others are still struggling to achieve independence.