Do you have the cutest, coolest or weirdest pet in Columbia? We want to meet it.
MU junior Kaycee Nail shares her experiences studying abroad in Rwanda. She calls for acknowledgement of the genocide that took place in Rwanda and of the progress the country has made since then.
Take a walk down memory lane and tell us how Columbia has evolved.
Ann Wade, an MU junior, faces challenges eating a vegan diet in Columbia, such as finding vegan dishes and the more expensive prices. She suggests that restaurants create vegan options, label menu items as vegan and offer vegan varieties with simple substitution.
The Missouri Department of Transportation and Columbia Parks and Recreation see a need for major repairs of pedestrian and road bridges.
Four candidates are running for three positions on the Columbia School Board. What questions do you have for them?
Feminism doesn't care about your fashion sense — just your sense of equality.
True/False Film Fest-goers clashed with single-digit temperatures, sleet and snow to get to documentary showings in downtown Columbia on Sunday.
For those who wish to eat without a backseat driver, there's an option.
Ryan Branson thinks men with eating disorders are stigmatized. He shares his own story about fighting the disease. Currently, he's doing more research to help other men dealing with eating disorders.
Contribute your own one-word movie review during True/False.
Stephens College's critical staff members received a book from President Dianne Lynch of thanks from students and employees for keeping the sidewalks clear, campus safe and everyone fed through the February winter weather.
Reader Brad Wilmot explains how he gathered and edited the scanner traffic from the University Village walkway collapse.
Working with children who have disabilities teaches volunteers not to take things for granted.
A baby doesn't need 10 fingers and 10 toes to be "perfect."
The snake reported missing in Defoe-Graham Hall in January was found on Feb. 11
Now, just six months later, Columbia is really starting to feel like home. When I broke my ankle, fellow Derby Dames stayed with me through surgery, lent me crutches, and constantly offered words of encouragement and support.
The Wireless Emergency Alerts program sends notifications to phones in certain areas depending on which cell towers are nearby.
The Olympics should be about the competitive spirit of sports, not politics.
If you don't have health insurance that meets a minimum standard, you could face a fine. What has your experience been getting coverage?