Embracing our changes that made 2008 a memorable year.
The junior guards focus on assists and steals and leave the scoring to their teammates.
The Tigers will look to build on program's success in 2009.
A study published by the MacArthur Foundation concluded that social network sites like Facebook and MySpace actually don't waste kids' time. Hadn't you heard?
If the Alamo Bowl turns out to be Maclin’s last game as a Tiger, he won’t be disappointed. “I caught Chase Daniel’s last pass at Mizzou,” Maclin said.
MU senior Aaron Briscoe spent the past year in Afghanistan with the Missouri National Guard Agribusiness Development Team. Using his talents in agriculture, Briscoe was able to help the Afghani people improve their farming practices.
Burgundy Anderson received business and psychology degrees from MU, but she is now working in Korea teaching English to middle and elementary students. For her, life after college has brought unexpected challenges and rewards.
It took her about nearly 10 years, and she said she feels safer here.
Stephen Webber calls his election in November to the General Assembly a life-changing event. Just two years out of college, the 25-year-old Columbia native won a seat representing the 23rd District.
Pregnancy came as a surprise to Kelsey Hammond and her husband, Joe Chevlier. “I didn’t believe it was real until the first ultrasound,” Hammond said.
Aaron Ruvugwa moved to the United States in 2004 from Rwanda as a refugee from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. His family moved to Columbia in 2006. With help from Habitat for Humanity, he will become a first-time homeowner in early 2009.
Bonnie Cassida lost her husband this past year, leaving her to raise three children and to pastor an entire church alone. She finds her grieving a way to minister to others.
Bex Oliger and Shella Watson took a chance on a new business, True Blue Fiber Friends, and have created a welcoming place for knitters and a new understanding of their friendship.
Earl, 87, and Marian, 86, Lubensky married on Aug. 19 in Columbia. But it took 69 years for them to get to the altar from the time they met and first fell in love.
The outgoing governor has been hired by an equity firm led by Mitt Romney's son Tagg.
Jeannine H. Craig, 75, has 12 years experience on a school board in Illinois. Eleven of those years were spent as president, which gives her the experience necessary for the job, she says.
MU graduate student's study also finds women describe intoxication with 'gentler' terms than men.
More than 5,500 individuals received special gifts this holiday season, thanks to generous donations from the Columbia community.
In 1946, almost 36 percent of Americans read a daily newspaper. Now only 18 percent read either a daily or Sunday edition.