The "You Know You're From Columbia, Mo. When..." Facebook group started out small. Now it has more than 6,500 members and even more memories.
Henke's favorite teacher taught world history and had great stories to share.
Melania Rogers instilled a love of poetry in her daughter, Nancy, from a young age. The two women attended Favorite Poem Night together at Columbia College on April 7.
Steve DeVries and his wife fostered Olivia, a pregnant Chihuahua/Dachshund mix, through the Central Missouri Humane Society. Olivia gave birth to five puppies.
Maegan Arthur believes that connections with students are the greatest reward of her job as a special education teacher.
Nancy Lacy Kixmiller recently lost her ex-husband, Kyle. He fought a long battle with bipolar disorder and alcoholism. She shares why she thinks negative attitudes aimed toward mental illness need to stop.
Members of the five Kiwanis clubs in Columbia gathered to volunteer throughout the community on April 11.
Columbia residents praised their brothers and sisters — biological or not — Friday on social media.
MU graduate student Smita Aggarwal shares her experience with the "What If...?" conference, which will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday in Cornell Hall.
Even though Duncan sings off-key jingles several times a day, she says her students still work hard.
"A Hickman student," as he chooses to be identified, explains what it's like to be in the Kewpies mascot costume.
High school teacher Jill Campbell set out to show that you can be a nice teacher and still have students respect you.
Performing at "Mizzou Idol" and "The Vagina Monologues" benefit show allowed MU senior Megan Kelly to overcome her fear of singing in public.
Just in time for spring, Nancy Rogers writes a poem about her rabbit Dot.
Greg Soden, a teacher at Muriel Williams Battle High School, tries to keep an open mind and constantly learn new things in order to effectively teach his students.
MU student Meghan Ross opened her eyes to the culture, the scenery and the people of Monte Cristi when she volunteered in the Dominican Republic.
In 1991, the Missourian sports department wrote about a fictional football player that would save the Missouri football team. It was all an April Fool's Day hoax.
Summer camps hosted by Missouri University Science and Technology begin in late May. Camp themes include aerospace, cybernetics, explosives, ecology, electric vehicles, micro-satellites, material science and robotics.
Justin Conyers, a Columbia native, fulfilled his dream by coaching Battle High School's football team to a state title.
MU student and artist India Simpson shares the story of one of her screen-printing projects that was on display at the Women in the Arts Gallery Show sponsored by the MSA/GPC Craft Studio on March 12.