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Missouri diver earns Southeastern Conference honor

After two event victories over the weekend, Missouri diver David Bonuchi was named Southeastern Conference Male Diver of the Week.

Missouri gymnastics schedule announced

The Missouri gymnastics team begins the 2012-2013 season against last year's national champion Alabama.

Carolyn Lee Rumph loved cooking, gardening and travel

Carolyn Rumph died Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. She was 75.

Missouri women's golf finishes fourth at Las Vegas tournament

Freshman Katherine Hepler led the Tigers at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown with a sixth-place individual finish.

Carolyn Lee Rumph, Dec. 6, 1936 - Oct. 22, 2012, of Topeka, Kan.

Carolyn Lee Rumph was very active in her church, serving as an elder and deacon, and performing in the choir.

FastCAT offers free rides for MU Homecoming weekend

The 107 FastCAT bus route will be provided free rides during MU's Homecoming weekend. Some detours will be taken during the spirit rally and the football game.

College tuition hikes more modest but still painful

Though the rate of tuition increases slowed this fall, it still marked the second straight year that real costs of higher education have increased for college students.

Cardinals players reflect after NLCS collapse

Cardinals players cleaned out their lockers Tuesday at an empty stadium still adorned in anticipation of a World Series opener that won't take place in St. Louis.

Social nets grab 'horses and bayonets' debate line

Obama's "horses and bayonets" statement takes off on social network sites.

 

Rams arrive in London for game against Patriots

The St. Louis Rams landed in London on Tuesday morning as they prepared to face the New England Patriots in the NFL's annual game held in England.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Romney tacks toward Obama's foreign policies

Barack Obama's thoughtful demeanor and Mitt Romney's anti-war agenda in the third debate meant neither candidate emerged as a frontrunner with the election just two weeks away.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Amendment would damage courts

Voters will render a verdict on the future of the Missouri Plan with Constitutional Amendment 3, and, in our opinion, it would unnecessarily change a nonpartisan court plan that has been imitated by more than 30 states across the nation.

VOTERS GUIDE 2012: Candidates for the 21st District Senate race

Three candidates are seeking the Missouri Senate seat for District 21. 

St. Louis charter gets approval from its sponsor

Southeast Missouri State University's Board of Regents renewed the charter for the Lift for Life Academy in St. Louis last week.

Southeast Missouri State to explore new residence hall, academic space

The proposal would combine new academic space and housing in a four-story building near the Seminary Building on the River Campus' northeast corner.

Illinois invests $25 million in East St. Louis bridge

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn announced an investment officials say will not only reduce traffic congestion but improve access to businesses in the East St. Louis area.

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