On Saturday, museum-goers will be encouraged to slow down at the third annual Slow Art Day at the Museum of Art and Archeology. The event is being held from noon until 2 p.m.
The fundraising effort is a part of Rock-A-Thon, which is held by the fraternity every other year.
MU faculty members earn less than most of their colleagues at other public institutions that are part of the Association of American Universities.
Twenty years ago, Byndom was a self-described "thug" who dealt marijuana, got in bar fights and prided himself on having 20 girlfriends at the same time. He gave it all up when he converted to Baha'i and set himself toward becoming a community activist and a caring father.
The Kewpies' bats got hot to power the team to its fifth straight victory, a 10-8 win over Windsor.
The Bruins defeated Hickman, Helias, and Jefferson City on Thursday at at Old Hawthorne Golf Course.
The hitting of sophomore Parker Wilkinson led the Trailblazers to a decisive 8-4 road victory Thursday.
Ellison Hutchison will serve 22 years in prison after admitting to selling heroin to Maximillion Shackelford, who died of an overdose last year.
One person sits in a rocking chair on the corner of Ninth and Broadway for three days without getting up, while fraternity members solicit donations for cancer research.
Carrie Boone is an Army wife, mother of of four children, and an advocate for those who suffer from chronic illnesses. She writes an open letter to Dysautonomia.
John Hall shares his photos from his mid-Missouri surroundings.
Blues goalie Brian Elliott earned his NHL-leading 10th win in April Thursday night, making 18 saves in the game.
Officials said the U.S. was not ready to escalate its involvement in Syria beyond non-lethal aid. In other news, police said they believe the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing also planned an attack in New York.
Lawmakers ultimately decided not to vote on the bill that would designate the song as Missouri's official anthem. Neal E. Boyd, who won an "America's Got Talent" contest in 2008, sings the song.
The Kansas City Chiefs chose offensive tackle Eric Fisher of Central Michigan with the first overall pick of this year's NFL Draft.
Authorities said three people were brought to University of South Alabama Medical Center after suffering burn-related injuries.
The St. Louis Rams traded up to the No. 8 pick in the NFL draft and selected West Virginia's Tavon Austin, before trading down to take Alec Ogletree at No. 30.
Two Republican Representatives were removed from the Fiscal Review Committee. House Speaker Tim Jones removed the Republicans because they did not understand the purpose of the committee.
Gov. Jay Nixon released a statement Thursday saying that a sales tax increase would shift the tax burden to seniors and veterans on fixed incomes.
President George W. Bush's library will feature the largest digital holdings of any of the 13 presidential libraries under the auspices of the National Archives and Records Administration, officials said.