The Artful Bra Contest featured 70 bras Tuesday at the silent auction. Money raised from the event will go toward patient care and mammographies at Ellis Fischel Cancer Center.
Assistant professor Stephanie Shonekan thinks the study of hip-hop can be used to better understand politics, art, race, identity, poetry and literary expression.
Marilyn Rantz, Curators' professor for the Sinclair School of Nursing, has been admitted into the Institute of Medicine.
The consensus among educators is that the change in orientation, with its emphasis on problem-solving, has increased the students' confidence and curiosity, inside and outside the classroom.
The Hickman boys soccer team gave up the winning goal in the final seconds of a 2-1 loss to Helias Catholic.
Rock Bridge senior volleyball player Katelyn Race is friends with the three seniors on Hickman’s team because she played with them at West Junior High School. The former teammates meet Wednesday when Hickman and Rock Bridge play at Columbia College.
The Columbia Housing Authority announced plans to apply for a tax credit in March that would help fund renovations to public housing units at Lincoln and Unity drives.
MU students would ask the presidential candidates questions on a variety of topics, such as financial aid, education and a compensation plan for veterans.
Chloe Kome and Hickman’s other two seniors, Ali Baxter and Samantha Nielsen, will get their final chance to beat Rock Bridge in the regular season on Wednesday at Columbia College. The seniors have never beat the Bruins on the varsity level.
In addition to Tod Machover, the symposium will feature performances by renowned cellist Matt Haimovitz, and the Grammy Award-winning group Eighth Blackbird.
JoNetta Weaver, a former principal at Shepard Elementary School, will use the leadership skills from her former position in her new job as director of Columbia Meals on Wheels.
Many trees were affected by this past summer's drought. Some trees might appear to be dead, but are actually just dormant.
You know it's fall when you spot bird nests, colorful foliage and Halloween decorations. It's fall in Missouri when there is also talk of Missouri football, professional football and the St. Louis Cardinals.
In ordinary times, people of goodwill would certainly put the operation of good government ahead of whatever role they might play in their political party. But these are not ordinary times.
Loren Figueroa is the first Missouri swimmer or diver to earn weekly honors in the Southeastern Conference.
Tyler Schneider, who has scored in every one of Missouri's cross country meets this season, earned his second Southeastern Conference freshman of the week honors.
The Cougars scored 11 first-half goals on their way to an 18-0 victory.
The Columbia Public Works Department will host another information forum to discuss traffic in the North Village neighborhood.
Columbia residents will have the opportunity to speak to City Council members and Mayor Bob McDavid at the event, which will be held Oct. 23 at the Activity and Recreation Center.
The Columbia Public Works Department advises motorists and pedestrians to be cautious when entering the contruction area and to use a different route if possible.