MU, Stephens mark V-Day with performances

Students at MU and Stephens College will mark the 10th anniversary of V-Day with benefit performances of The Vagina Monologues. V-Day, a global movement to stop violence against women and girls, is centered on supporting local charities through money raised by shows of The Vagina Monologues and other awareness raising activities.

Students participate in job fair from anywhere

The job fair for business students is done completely online.

Doing art for pets' sake

Pet portraitist Ron Burns will be at the PS:Gallery for the auction of his painting to benefit the nonprofit Barkley House.

Making waves

Editorial missed the mark with Blunt remark

Gov. Matt Blunt’s deputy chief of staff for communications responds to a comment in an editorial regarding Mrs. Blunt’s move to Jefferson City.

State money should be the great educational equalizer

If education is the only method of maintaining our prosperity, then public schools should not be the first target in state and federal budget cuts.

Mayor, City Council should vote “no” on Crosscreek Center development

This proposal is opposed by the neighborhood associations in the Crosscreek vicinity and was voted against by the city Planning & Zoning Committee.