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William Carlisle Randolph of Columbia died July 9

William Carlisle Randolph is survived by his wife, Traci; a daughter, Harmony; a brother, Melvin Randolph Jr.; and a sister, Tracy Randolph.

William Carlisle Randolph of Columbia, Feb. 4, 1963 — July 9, 2013

Services will be at Praise Assembly of God Church at 5 p.m. Sunday.

EBOOK: Collegetown 2013

In this downloadable ebook, you'll find tips on where to study, where to eat, where to find entertainment and how to navigate gameday.

FROM READERS: How to dispose of old electronics

Ben Owens, a marketing intern for Socket Telecom, shares tips for how to properly dispense of old electronics.

Hangouts and study places around campus

Here is a dissected look at a sampling of nooks and crannies to spend some time away from home.

Academic dishonesty is not tolerated, and students must avoid it

Understanding what constitutes academic dishonesty is important for all MU students, especially incoming freshmen.  

Mizzou football traditions create team spirit, unity among fans

Here's a guide to what happens at a Missouri football game.

Here's the lowdown on dining plans and on-campus eateries

Students have three block plan options to use at residential dining locations. Here is a guide to the menus, hours and secrets at the various locations.

What you need to know about gaining residency in Missouri

Students interested in gaining residency to qualify for in-state tuition must live in the state for 12 consecutive months and have a job.

Vegetarian options are plentiful in Columbia

Many Columbia restaurants have developed menus to satisfy diverse dietary needs and tastes.

Paint the M gives freshmen a close look at Faurot Field

The tradition to freshen up the M began in 1957. It measures 95 feet high and 90 feet wide.

Black and gold are the fashion for football games

The golden rule for dressing for football games: Make sure you wear your black and gold.

Think beyond a class schedule when building a relationship with your adviser

Sharyn Freyermuth provides advice about getting the most out of your time with your adviser.

Here's where to find good pizza, burgers, sushi, pasta and more

Wondering what to chow down on when in downtown Columbia? Here are few of the favorite restaurants and dives among students and residents.

Students give recommendations for tailgating on game day

Across the southern edge of MU, students and alumni will be mingling, eating and playing toss games.

MU libraries offer online resources to assist research, other projects

Students can live-chat with a librarian to find what they're looking for.

 

Interesting classes at MU range from Amish studies to social biotechnology

MU has many interesting and challenging courses to offer. 

 

MU professors talk about how students can succeed

MU professors advise new students regarding classroom attendance, the use of technology devices in the classroom and taking advantage of office hours.

A guide to popular off-campus housing complexes

When you are ready to move out of the dorms, there are plenty of options for student apartments in Columbia.

Where to find quiet, handy study spots at MU

Even in the most obvious places, there are hidden spots that can be a good fit for your studying needs.

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