The former dining room will be used to give the center more floor space for tutoring and the kitchen will be repurposed for University Catering.
Images of painted faces at the Heritage Festival, handstands in Cosmopolitan Park and the damage from the fire in MU's Ellis Library were among the Missourian's best photos from last week.
Missouri (2-1) had a strong showing Saturday with its 69-0 win against Western Illinois (1-2). But tough times lie ahead, as the Tigers face off against the Oklahoma Sooners (2-0) on Saturday.
The 2011 Sustainable Living Fair was held Sunday to raise awareness of how to live sustainably. The fair also had activities to teach children more about recycling and waste.
The Tigers got their eighth win of the season and will now face the start of their conference campaign with renewed confidence.
The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure attracted participants for a 5-kilometer run to raise funds and awareness about breast cancer research on Sunday.
The Battle of the Hemp Bales was re-enacted in Lexington on Sunday.
Three World War II veterans shared their personal stories from the war with five volunteers in Missouri Veterans History Project on Saturday morning. The video record will be sent to the State Historical Society of Missouri and sent to the Library of Congress for preservation.
The Welcome Place offers a relaxing, discussion-based sermon instead of a more traditional worship service. The new service debuted Saturday night.
Numbers released last week show that nearly one in six Americans are living in poverty. The Associated Press found some of the faces behind that number.
New research shows an increase in child abuse in lower-income families correlated with the recent recession.
The governor's Compete Missouri plan could make it easier for businesses to add jobs and receive state aid — perhaps more easily than under existing programs.
Republican presidential hopefuls defended a health care program passed in 2003 despite unfunded future costs of more than $7 trillion.
Missouri beat Western Illinois 69-0 on Saturday. Here are more photos from the Tigers' victory.
This year, the women of the church took over the planning of the annual First Lady Luncheon — they wanted to show the wife of the Rev. Clyde Ruffin how much they appreciated her.
The fire at Ellis Library, concern about Missouri's Big 12 status and the arrest of a Missouri football freshman drew readers' attention last week.