Pieces of the AIDS Memorial Quilt on display at MU this week

MU freshman Lizzie Nussbaum looks at one of the panels from the AIDS Memorial Quilt display Friday in McQuinn Atrium in the Bond Life Sciences Center. The panel commemorates people in Missouri who died of AIDS.

A quilt that has been pieced together to remember 94,000 people who have died of AIDS and AIDS-related causes will be on display at the Bond Life Sciences Center through Wednesday.

After Adam's Barbershop burned down, owners regroup to open another shop

Adam Prosser and Brent Benn wanted to distinguish Elite Barber Shop from other shops by offering more than haircuts — they wanted to create an experience for the customer.

DEAR READER: Here's the story behind the Michael Dixon Jr. story

Missourian reporters and editors had to consider a number of issues in our reporting of the story surrounding Michael Dixon Jr. and the allegations against him.

Route K road work, bicycle lanes near completion

The project involves installing new four-foot shoulders and bicycle lanes on Route K from southern Columbia to Katy Trail State Park at McBaine.


Missouri football sees few wins, multiple perks in first SEC season

Despite few wins, Missouri's move to the SEC has been financially successful while also adding a sense of stability to the program.

Webster-Chan set to showcase skills on Missouri men's basketball team

Although he lacks departed guard Michael Dixon's experience, freshman Negus Webster-Chan brings a handful of talents to the Tigers.

PHOTO GALLERY: Tolton boys basketball loses 48-47 to Pilot Grove

The Father Tolton boys basketball team lost 48-47 to Pilot Grove High School on Friday evening. The loss was Tolton's first as a varsity program.

Hickman wrestler J'den Cox determined to win fourth state title

Despite his accomplishments, three-time state champion Hickman wrestler, J'den Cox is hungry for another title.

FROM READERS: Cultural views on rape, sexual assault need to change

The MU campus needs a better understanding on the subject of rape.

Columbia preschool teachers, families reinforce school lessons through literacy event

Columbia preschool teachers and families come together to promote learning development in children through a collaborative literacy event.

Missouri wrestlers watch their weight through strict dieting

Missouri wrestlers Mike Larson and Brent Haynes "make weight" each match by maintaining a routine diet.

Defensive tackle Richardson announces intention to enter NFL Draft

Sheldon Richardson, a redshirt junior, finished with 75 tackles, four sacks and three forced fumbles in 11 games in 2012. He played more sparingly in 2011, finishing with 37 tackles and two sacks.

FROM READERS: 'Discrimination Made Simple,' a poem from Margaret Prezioso-Frye

Margaret Prezioso-Frye moved to Columbia in 1987. She wrote a poem about discrimination called "Discrimination Made Simple."

Our 2012 Missouri football fan photo superlatives

Drool over tailgating food and fawn over babies and dogs supporting the Tigers in our gallery of the most noteworthy fan photos from this football season.

Hickman boys basketball hits the floor running

The Hickman boys basketball team is off to a 2-0 start and is in the middle of a stretch of four games in six days, ending Saturday at the Norm Stewart Classic.

PHOTO GALLERY: Tolton girls basketball defeats Pilot Grove

The Father Tolton girls basketball team beat Pilot Grove High School 46-43 on Friday night. Tolton won in the final minutes of the game.

Pilot Grove hands Tolton basketball first loss of season

The Father Tolton Catholic boys basketball team lost to the Pilot Grove Tigers 48-47 Friday night. It was their first loss as a varsity program.

Rock Bridge boys basketball starts season with a win

Rock Bridge boys basketball wins its season opener against East High School at the Jack Bush Tip Off Classic.

Jade Holly returns from injury, Hickman girls basketball beats Moberly

The Hickman girls basketball team defeated Moberly High School 77-42 Friday in the Norm Stewart Classic at Columbia College.

Hickman boys basketball wins People's Bank and Trust Tournament

Hickman boys basketball team defeated Westminster Friday with 66-53, leading them to win the People's Bank Basketball Tournament Friday.