MU senior Grant Whaley said the plasma center was easy to work with and the experience was generally positive.
Are you a resident at an off-campus student housing complex in Columbia? The Missourian wants to know about your housing experience.
Submissions can be about visual art, music, writing, jewelry, street art, dance — even school projects. Professionals and hobbyists alike are invited to contribute any work they consider to be artistic or creative.
Students at Stephens College started an initiative called Random Acts of Beautiful as a response to one student's experience with a friend committing suicide.
The Missourian wants to hear your perspective — complaints, compliments and concerns welcome — about how the city has done responding to this week's snow.
This is a map of road reports from journalists and readers. Help us make it more complete by sharing what you see — out your window or around town.
Snowy roads kept Columbia residents largely homebound Tuesday as snow fell for the better part of the day.
The Missourian is collecting weather-related posts from social media to offer a look at the world beyond your window.
John Hall and members of his family had a memorial breakfast of sorts for his dog, Toby, who died Wednesday. Each person chose a dish that Toby would've enjoyed eating.
The Mizzou Steam Tunnel Monkey's ghost is said to haunt campus, and some have spoken of seeing an outline of the monkey rising from the steam.
Attention was squarely on ads Sunday night on Twitter, with Columbia viewers commenting on heartfelt or questionable spots throughout the game.
Students from the YAYA Connection agency collaborated and watched the most buzzed-about commercials. Here are the ones you might want to be on the lookout for during Sunday’s game. Hint: puppies and beer.
To check the status of the ice on the lakes, visit the the department’s twitter account, @CoMoParksandRec.
A nonvenomous snake escaped in an MU residence hall. According to MU's policy, any pet-related damage to university or student property must be paid for by the pet owner.
Robert Behne has returned to Eagle Bluffs regularly to take pictures since his mother first took him two decades ago. Recently, he had a new experience.
Many hypocritical celebrities gladly accept the money and glory that come with their star status — but they neglect the responsibility to be a good role model.
Michael Tomkins has held many different careers and travel adventures. In this poem, he wonders about the nature of rest, using imagery from nature.
Although Kaitlyn Fischer was injured at the cross country national championships last year, she started the current indoor season with a good attitude. She'll compete in the 3,000 and 5,000 meter distance events.
Share your experiences with snowy sidewalks and roads in Columbia.
Michael Tomkins has traveled the country and held many different jobs and hobbies, including poetry. He drives a truck now, but he'd like to quit and travel to India in the future.